c4 Picasso 2013

By tukang copas on 3.18.2011

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Citroen France has released pictures of the new C4 Picasso and Grand Picasso, which will receive their international debuts at the upcoming Paris motor show.
The two people carriers have received minor visual tweaks as part of their midlife facelift. New tail lights, LED daylight running lights and new cabin materials all join the C4 party, but it is a new stop start system that will have the biggest impact on drivers.
It is available as an option on the diesel engines, although there is no word yet from Citroen UK on how this will fit into the range over here. Prices and spec will be announced closer to Paris.
The original Citroen C4 was a boldly styled car both inside and out that featured some unusual and innovative features. But while it was certainly different, it met with some resistance from its target market – the more mature and discerning owner who doesn’t necessarily want a car that stands out. So for the second generation model, Citroen has played it somewhat safer, sacrificing the radical styling for comfort, quality and refinement.
With the forthcoming DS4 designed to be Citroen’s sporty offering in the medium-family hatchback market, the C4 is free to be a comfort-focussed model that’s also practical. In this respect it’s very successful thanks to an impeccably good ride, very low noise levels, impressive refinement and a spacious cabin. It’s far from the being the best car to drive in its class, that remains the Ford Focus, but then it’s not supposed to be. Instead it’s composed and relaxing on the move.
Inside, the quality of the interior is massive improvement over the original C4. Not only is the layout a lot more user-friendly, there’s also far more useable storage and the materials used throughout feel of a much higher quality. Features such as the much-hyped fixed-hub steering wheel and transculent digital dash of the old model have been ditched in favour of a more conventional look and although it’s not as radical, it’s a far more pleasant cabin overall that also feels better built.
There’s a good range of engines too, including the excellent 1.6-litre HDi which is quiet, smooth and impressively sprightly. It’s also very economical with the new green e-HDi models – Citroen’s equivalent of Bluemotion or Econetic – capable of a claimed 67.3mpg with CO2 emissions of 109g/km, so running costs are low. And with good levels of standard kit and residual values predicted to be much stronger than before, the C4 has more appeal than ever.
The new C4 range starts at £15,595 for the 1.4 VTi 95hp VTR while the range-topping Exclusive model, powered by the 2.0 HDi 150hp unit, is priced at £21,495.

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