Citroën has unveiled the new ë-C4 and C4 new-generation compact hatchbacks. The new cars are offered with 100 per cent electric, petrol or diesel powertrains. Pure electric models are badged ë-C4, while the petrols and diesels are C4s.
Citroën continues its electrification offensive in 2020 and has now published the first images of the new all-electric ë-C4 and the new C4. There is a choice of electric, petrol or Diesel powertrains. The all-electric new ë-C4 and new C4 will be presented in detail on Tuesday 30 June.
We often highlight the benefits of clearing out your car’s boot and cabin of unnecessary weighty items, and optimising your car’s aerodynamics by taking off roof bars and roof boxes and cycle carriers when they are not being used. Both…
Reference my previously reported C4 Grand Picasso engine problems (“Judder and Whoosh” Issue 340), the clutch seems to have slightly less judder at present, however my alternative local Citroën dealer has a problem of access, as the roads in the…
Launched in 2010, with over 450,000 vehicles produced at the Mulhouse plant in France, the second-generation Citroën C4 is being updated in 2015 with a new light signature, new technologies and the latest-generation engines.
Another busy week in the diesel world – you can get up to speed on all the news here with our Weekend Round up for the week of Monday 8th December to Friday 12th December.
Launched in 2010, with over 450,000 vehicles produced at the Mulhouse plant in France, the second-generation Citroën C4 is being updated in 2015 with a new light signature, technologies and latest-generation engines.
Our world is changing and customer expectations are evolving at an increasingly rapid rate, which means ever greater demands on today’s products and services.
Citroën’s New C4 Picasso has been honoured with the title of Continental Irish Car of the Year 2014 by the Irish Motoring Writers Association (IMWA).
The New Citroën Grand C4 Picasso will make its UK public premiere on the Citroën stand at The Gadget Show Live @ Christmas from Friday 1 – Sunday 3 November.