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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.
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Entry-level Sense-spec cars are pretty well equipped, getting dual-zone climate control, cruise control, rear parking sensors and adjustable lumbar support on the driver's seat. There's also a 10.0in touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring, while the list of standard safety kit includes automatic emergency braking and lane keeping assist. There's no alarm or built-in sat-nav, though.
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The 1.5 BlueHDI 110 is the least powerful of the two diesel engines on offer. Even so, it’s fairly quick off the line and will get you up to motorway speeds with no real trouble. It’ll also do more than 60mpg on the WLTP cycle but the official CO2 emissions are higher than the petrol variants, so bear that in mind if you’re after low benefit-in-kind (BIK) payments.
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