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The Citroën C4 is very temptingly priced for a coupé SUV, while comfort and refinement also impress. You do pay for its cushiness with roly-poly handling, though, and there are more practical options.get the best price
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While we'd stick with Sense Plus trim, the Shine model isn't massively more expensive, and brings privacy glass, keyless entry, automatically dipping headlights and adaptive cruise control. You also get a more sophisticated automatic emergency braking system that can detect cyclists, so it's worth considering.
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With 128bhp, this 1.5 diesel has the same output power as the petrol 1.2 Puretech 130, but having even more low to mid-range shove makes it an effortless motorway cruiser. However, despite being more frugal than the petrol, you’d need to do a lot of miles to break even once its higher purchase price is taken into account. Its CO2 emissions aren’t that much lower than those of the petrols, either.
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