Citroen C4 SpaceTourer replaces Picasso models
Picasso name leaves Citroen line-up, with revised C4 models in its place
Citroen has revealed its new C4 SpaceTourer and Grand C4 Spacetourer models, which are lightly revised replacements for the C4 Picasso and Grand C4 Picasso. Visual changes are limited to badging, but some extra equipment is set to be included from this month. The C4 SpaceTourer models join the existing SpaceTourer van-based MPV in Citroen’s range.
Citroen has added a BlueHDi 160 diesel engine with an eight-speed automatic gearbox to the range, with prices starting at £27,550 and £29,250 for the C4 SpaceTourer and Grand C4 SpaceTourer respectively in Feel trim. The new engine will be available to order from June.
In the meantime, the C4 SpaceTourer gains a standard ‘Safety Pack’ in top-spec Flair trim: this includes driver attention alert, road-sign recognition and automatic emergency braking.
Otherwise, the range remains much the same: there's a choice of petrol and diesel engines, along with six-speed manual or six-speed automatic gearboxes. The range starts as £21,125 for a C4 SpaceTourer PureTech 110 1.2-litre petrol with a manual gearbox.
As before, the standard C4 SpaceTourer is only available with five seats, while the Grand C4 SpaceTourer can be specified with either five or seven seats. The existing SpaceTourer MPV can be had with between five and nine seats depending on specification.
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