2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 05:39
In the middle of the life of the C4, Citroen renews the engine range of the compact French. Not only are the units more economical, savings can also be made when entering.
Citroen has revised the second generation of the C4, which has been available since 2010, and is sending it to dealers at prices starting at 16,990 euros. This makes the compact car even 180 euros cheaper than before. The C4 is available in the Live, Business Class, Selection and Shine equipment lines.
Top diesel for Citroen C4 from the end of January
The Frenchman has received new Euro 6 engines, two petrol and two diesel engines are available. The 1.6-liter diesel engines produce 73 kW / 100 PS and 88 kW / 120 PS. The three-cylinder petrol engines produce 81 kW / 110 PS and 96 kW / 130 PS. According to the manufacturer, the diesel units should be satisfied with 3.6 liters per 100 kilometers. The smaller gasoline engine comes in conjunction with the manual five-speed gearbox on average with 4.8 liters. From the end of January, a diesel engine with around 150 hp will also be available for order for at least 21,000 euros.
Outwardly, the compact French car has a slightly different light signature with LED daytime running lightswhich are available from the third equipment level Selection. The rear lights, which now appear more three-dimensional, have also been modified. A massage function with electric lumbar support in the driver's seat provides more comfort while driving, but only in conjunction with the leather package. (SP-X)
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