Citroën is extending its C4 range with the introduction of the New Citroën C4 AIRCROSS. It is designed to cater for those customers looking for a little extra space and some off-road capability. The car will go on sale in the UK beginning second half of 2012.
Engine and specification:
Engine choices include 113bhp 1.6-litre and 148bhp 2.0-litre petrol engines, while 108bhp 1.6-litre HDi and 148bhp 1.8-litre HDi engines complete the range. The diesels engine is mated to a manual six-speed gearbox, while the petrol engine ones will get a five-speed box.
Great tires can do wonders for the car. For that basis, Citroen has included a set of 18-inch wheels for the Citroen C4 Aircross.
The entry level model will comprise front-wheel drive only, while all other editions will be eqquiped with a smart switchable four-wheel drive system. A small toggle behind the gear lever lets the driver to choose one of three modes. A two-wheel drive setting is designed to take full advantage of fuel consumption during normal on-road conditions, a four-wheel drive setting juggles torque between the front and rear axles for maximum traction and a third mode locks both axles for handling with more severe off-road conditions.
In terms of equipment, it includes GPS navigation with touch-screen, reversing camera and USB or Bluetooth connection for portable audio players. Its vertical LED running lights will give it a distinctive appearance in your rear-view mirror.
The five-seat C4 Aircross is 4340mm long, 1800mm wide and 1630mm high. A portion of the roof is produced with a large panoramic glass. It heightens the sense of space of the C4 Aircross. At night, the roof is lit up by the LED light that is built into it. The New Citroën C4 AIRCROSS’ design is too focused on ease of use in on a daily basis driving.