Citroën c4 Aircross – compact SUV

Citroen C4 Aircross Compact AWD SUV
Citroën is expanding its range with a new vehicle aimed at a fast-growing segment. The Citroën C4 AIRCROSS is a fresh take on conventional compact SUV design, combining design with technological innovation. The qualities of this new body style make it a perfect fit with contemporary lifestyles, introducing a sense of escape into everyday activities:

strong, elegant styling drawing upon brand DNA; transmission to suit all requirements; all-terrain traction, when needed, with three manually selected modes (2WD, 4WD and Lock); just 119 g of CO2/km with the two-wheel drive HDi 115 version, among the lowest carbon emissions in its segment; Stop&Start technology across the entire engine range; architecture combining compact lines and a vehicle length of just 4.34 m, generous interior space and, in particular, boot capacity of 442 litres; the comfort and driveability that ensure the success of Citroën hatchbacks and saloons; a sense of onboard comfort and relaxation, with a raised driving position, panoramic glass roof and an intuitive driving position that places the emphasis on driving comfort and easy everyday use; a wide array of high-tech equipment: a Navidrive navigation system with a touch screen and rearview camera, hands-free access and start-up, a Rockford hi-fi system and a music server.

Available in two- wheel and four-wheel drive versions, the Citroën C4 AIRCROSS will make its debut in first-half 2012 following its world preview at the Geneva Motor Show.

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