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Citroen C-Crosser: prices and trims

26 June 2007

Citroen's C-Crosser will arrive in UK showrooms in July, and will cost from £22,790.

The seven-seater 4x4 will be available in two trims - VTR+, costing £22,790, and Exclusive, which costs £25,490. Both models have six airbags, an alarm, automatic headlights, a sliding and reclining second row of seats, ESP stability control, cruise control and air-conditioning. Leather upholstery is an option.

Final specifications for the trims haven't been finalised, but over and above the items listed above, Exclusive models will probably have at least part-leather upholstery, 18-inch alloy wheels and interior trim differences.

Power comes from a 158bhp 2.2-litre diesel engine, linked to a six-speed manual gearbox.

It powers the car from 0-62mph in 9.9 seconds, and on to a top speed of 124mph.

The C-Crosser is also capable of 39.2mpg and emits 191g/km of carbon dioxide.

A particulate filter removes almost all particle pollutants, and the car can run on up to 30% biodiesel with no modification to the engine.

Citroen claims the C-Crosser should be a practical 4x4 - the second row of seats can be folded forward electronically to make access to the third row easier, and the third row can be folded away under the floor. The second row can also slide and recline.

All five rear seats can be folded away together to make a flat floor for carrying large loads. There's up to 1686 litres of space available with all the seats down, or 510 litres when the second row of seats are in place.

To help with loading, there's a split rear tailgate. When folded down, the lower part can double as a bench, capable of supporting loads of up to 200kg.

In everyday conditions, the C-Crosser will travel in permanent two-wheel drive, but drivers can select four-wheel drive if there's a need for more grip, or 'full lock mode' if things get really slippy.


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