Citroen revises C4 range
* Two new petrol engines * New units engineered by BMW * Body and interior face-lifted, too...
Citroen has face-lifted its C4 range, and has also introduced two new petrol engines.
The engines are a 119bhp 1.6-litre unit that averages 42.2mpg and emits 159g/km of CO2, and a turbocharged 149bhp 1.6-litre unit that manages 42.2mph and emits 164g/km of CO2. Both have been engineered by BMW.
All diesel models will also be sold with low-rolling-resistance tyres as standard, which slightly improve economy and lower emissions.
Styling changes are limited, with the headlights and front bumper design being slightly tweaked, and better cabin materials. Top-spec versions also come with the option of a new sat-nav and audio system.
Prices start from 12,695, but generous discounts are likely if you haggle hard.
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