How The Citroen C4 Has Become Everyone’s Favourite?

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The Citroen C4 Upgraded

2015 Citroen C4 Refreshed

The most recent Citroen C4 first hit showrooms in 2011, and is composed as an opponent to standard family hatchbacks, for example, Ford Focus, Volkswagen Golf and Vauxhall Astra.

An upgrade in mid-2015 saw cleaner engines included, somewhat updated styling and more standard kit adding extra colours, new alloy wheels and revised head and tail lights.

Design Is the Same

In general, the car’s fundamental design stays the same, so rear seat space is sacrificed to clear a path for a major 408-litre boot. Standard hardware isn’t incredible, yet all cars feature air conditioning, electric front windows and cruise control.


There’s an extensive variety of petrol and diesel engines to choose from. The fundamental PureTech 110 petrol transmits only 110g/km of CO2 – returning 60mpg on account of its standard six-speed gearbox.

The most prudent diesel – the 1.6-litre BlueHDi 100 S&S – is guaranteed to do 86mpg and gives a low tax band 86g/km of CO2. You can get the C4 Touch, Feel and Flair trims, though not all versions are available with every engine.

Speedy Cars

The quickest car you can purchase is the range topper 148bhp BlueHDi 150, and is the main C4 fit for 0-62mph in under 10 seconds. On the other hand, we’d go for the somewhat slower 118bhp variant, as it offers a lot of execution and a marginally bring down rundown cost.

Efficient Power plants

The three-chamber PureTech 130 petrol engine is great, as well, offering heaps of torque, noteworthy refinement and awesome mileage. Avoid the auto model though as it doesn’t offer the same fuel efficiency.

High on Safety

With six airbags as standard, the Citroen C4 is a protected vehicle. Truth be told, Euro NCAP granted the C4 an entire five stars in its accident well being tests.

Yes, the tests are more stringent today, yet we’ve no reason for concern. Citroen’s eTouch benefit additionally includes, which permits you to call – and be located by emergency services, just in case you have an accident or you break down.