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Citroën launches the C4 X on the various European markets


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Citroën will begin the year with the marketing of a new vehicle in the range on which much hope rests. By taking up the codes of the C4 and but adjusting differently, the C4 X brings a new category to the automotive market, neither quite sedan, nor quite SUV, nor quite coupe. This mix of genres, which seems to succeed on C4 and C5 X, should allow the C4 X to face the Renault Arkana.

Ahead of the launch, Citroën has opened orders for this new C4 X in various European countries.

Netherlands :

As in Germany, the C4 X will only be available in the Netherlands in a 100% electric version given the performance recorded by the ëC4 in the country. The C4 will be available in three finishes (Feel, Feel Pack and Shine) and offers, as standard, the digital instrument cluster, 18-inch alloy wheels, leather-wrapped steering wheel, automatic air conditioning with activated carbon filter, 10-inch touchscreen multimedia system with Apple Carplay, dual-stop hydraulic suspensions as well as all safety systems such as lane departure warning, active safety braking with pedestrian recognition and traffic sign recognition signage.

The Feel Pack finish adds, among other things, advanced comfort seats and a reversing camera, while the Shine finish includes emergency braking, keyless access and start, head-up vision, heated steering wheel and My Citroën Drive. More with TomTom navigation.


The prices are as follows:

ë-C4X Feel: €40,840

ë-C4X Feel Pack: €41,600

ë-C4 X Shine: €44,690


Portuguese:

In Portugal, there too, the new C4 X will only be available with a 100% electric engine and will be offered with four trim levels (Feel, Felle Pack, Shine and Shine Pack).


The range is divided into the following four levels of equipment:

  • Feel: the entry-level version immediately offers dual-zone automatic air conditioning, Citroën Advanced Comfort suspension, the Safety Pack, automatic electric parking brake, LED headlights with V-shaped light signature and fog lights with LED with static cornering lights. In terms of styling, the Feel version also features mirror caps finished in gloss black.

  • Feel Pack: the level of equipment that is positioned at the heart of the range offers more comfort and safety through in particular the Advanced Comfort seats, the backlit digital dashboard, the electrically folding exterior mirrors and the reversing camera . On the exterior styling side, the "Feel Pack" also offers body-color door handles.

  • Shine: the top-of-the-range version takes driver and passenger comfort to a higher level with a color head-up display, an electrochrome interior rear-view mirror, a Citroën Smart Pad support, a rear central armrest with ski hatch and the heated steering wheel covered with leather . The Shine version is equipped with the latest generation navigation system and connected services via My Citroën Drive Plus, an intuitive and customizable interface accessible via the 10-inch touch screen, Security Pack 2 and Drive Assist Pack.

  • Shine Pack: the most complete version of the range, the Shine Pack is equipped with Highway Driver Assist technology, two USB sockets in the second row (one type C and one type A) and the interior trim in Alcantara with heated front seats.

The prices are as follows:

ë-C4X Feel: €39,747

ë-C4 X Feel Pack: €40,107

ë-C4X Shine: €42,447

ë-C4X Shine Pack: €43,747


Austria:

Here too, the C4 X will only be available with a 100% electric motor and the range will only include three finishes (Feel Pack, Shine and Shine Pack).


The ëC-C4 X will have, as standard, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, 18-inch alloy wheels, LED fog lights with static lighting and split leather steering wheel.


The price range is as follows:

ë-C4 X Feel Pack: €40,190

ë-C4 X Shine: €42,830

ë-C4 x Shine Pack: €44,230


Spain:

In Spain, as in France, the new C4 X will be offered with thermal and electric engines. Gasoline (100 and 130 horsepower) and diesel (130 horsepower) engines will work alongside the 136 horsepower electric motor. The range will be offered with three trim levels (Feel, Feel pack and Shine) which will have the following equipment:

  • Feel: entry-level offers dual-zone automatic air conditioning, Citroën Advanced Comfort suspension, Safety Pack, automatic electric parking brake, front headlights with daytime running lights and LED light signature and front fog lights with static cornering light function. In terms of style, the Feel version has Glossy Black finish exterior mirrors and 18" AEROTECH hubcaps (except the 100% electric version which has gloss finish CROSSLIGHT alloy wheels).

  • Feel Pack: the intermediate finish in the range offers more comfort and safety, notably with Advanced Comfort seats, backlit color digital instrumentation, electrically folding exterior mirrors and a reversing camera. In terms of exterior styling, the Feel Pack includes body-coloured door handles and 18" Anthracite Gray AEROBLADE alloy wheels (except electric versions).

  • Shine: the high-end finish further improves the comfort of the driver and the passenger with a color head-up display, an electrochrome interior rear-view mirror, a Citroën support

  • Smart Pad, a rear central armrest with ski hatch and an all-leather steering wheel (heated on the electric version). The Shine finish is equipped with the latest generation of navigation systems and My Citroën Drive Plus connected services, the 'Security Pack 2' and 'Pack Drive Assist'.

Orders in Spain have been open since November 10 with a range starting at €22,785.

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