We had the opportunity to see different leaks so far in terms of Citroen C4 Picasso, but now, the carmaker revealed the real thing. There were times when Jeep and Nissan with their Cherokee and Juke have managed to disappoint with the front fascia. Then, Citroen not only created a bold and attractive look for its new C4 Picasso, but also managed to impress a lot of customers. The model uses the EMP2 platform developed by PSA which offer the possibility of great savings thanks to the composite rear floor and alloy body components which have managed to reduce 140 kg. This reduction actually is reflected thanks to the aluminum hood and the composite tailgate. The new C4is very similar to the Citroen C3 Facelift in terms of weight and it measures 4.43 meters in length, 1.83 meters in width and 1.61 meters in height. The boot capacity is 537 liters or 630 liters when the rear seats are pushed forward. This new generation model has a 55 mm longer wheelbase even though the model overall is 40 mm shorter than the previous model.
When it comes to the interior, Citroen has offered high quality materials which will be available with more premium trims. For example, it will have two-tone color finishes for the dashboard, doors and seats. In terns of standard equipment, the model comes with 7-inch touch screen display from which the driver or passenger can have full control over the interior functions. Here we refer to the navigation, radio, dual zone air conditioning, driving aids and so on. In terms of engines, know that the specialists offer a 1.6-liter e-HDi capable of generating 115 horsepower and a 1.6-liter Blue HDi with 150 horsepower output. The Co2 emission level reaches 110 g/km.
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