Citroen said it has sold 732,000 C4 Picassos/SpaceTourers since 2013, of which 352,000 were the seven-seat version.
Citroen's minivan sales reached their peak in 2007, when the automaker sold 115,000 units of the Xsara Picasso and 215,000 units of the C4 Picasso, the brand said.
The C4 SpaceTourer is built in Stellantis' factory in Vigo, Spain, where the automaker also makes small commercial and passenger vans for Citroen, Peugeot, Opel/Vauxhall and Toyota.
With the demise of the C4 SpaceTourer, there are few minivans left on the European market, and most are not slated for renewal when their life cycle ends.
They include the Volkswagen Touran, the Ford Galaxy and S-Max, the Renault Scenic/Grand Scenic and Espace, the Fiat 500L and the Dacia Lodgy.
Through February, Citroen had sold 2,345 Grand C4 SpaceTourers, according to figures from Dataforce. The Touran, the segment leader in recent years, recorded sales of 3,539 in that period.