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The Five-Seat Grand C4 Picasso Already Available

The Citroen’s new five-seater is totally distinctive, setting it apart from its five-seat competition coupes and its seven-seat stable chum, the Grand C4 Picasso.

The C4 Picasso is already on sale in UK’s mainstream auto market. The exterior car parts exude an attractiveness that struts its expression as a compact MPV on the market. Citroen designers have done a good job as they took home the award-winning Grand C4 Picasso and conceived a five-seat masterpiece. They combined dynamic styling elements featuring refurbished front and rear ends with extraordinary levels of comfort and convenience, a practical interior cabin seating arrangement adhering to its roomy atmosphere and even an all-new version of the Modubox folding trolley.

The edgy compact car also offers all round visibility and ultimately light and airy interior thanks to Citroen’s innovative parking space measurement system, Hill Start Assist, automatic electric parking brake air quality sensor, scented air freshener, lane Departure Warning System, self-leveling suspension and paddleshift gearchange, most of them are standard components.

The C4 Picasso’s front end features matches smart chrome chevrons with a completely customized bumper section that incorporates air intake tinged in a sporty black mesh. Its trademark wave-shaped waistline can also be accented in chrome and can be complemented with a range of bespoke 16-, 17- and 18-inch alloy wheels and rims.

The C4 Picasso’s cabin has a spacious and eye-catching profile which many of the usual buttons are smartly integrated into its fixed centered controls steering wheel, while individual controls for the vents and air conditioning are conveniently situated at the either end of the dash. Allotting more space, the handbrake is substituted by an automatic electric parking brake and the traditional gear lever, on models with the electronic gearbox system, is changed by a paddeleshift gearchange and mode selector talk.

The vehicle is also wrapped in an expanse of glass, producing a light and bright environment for passengers. The big wide angle panoramic windscreen rises up over the heads of the front seat occupants. The slender detail of the windscreen pillars blends with the larger quarter light windows and panoramic windscreen for that best viewing visibility assurance.

A key feature includes its artificial lighting with up to 30 various light options ranging from a rechargeable boot light that doubles as a hand-held torch to slight strip lighting in the doors, headlining and dash. With the five-seating outline, occupants in the rear row benefit from three individual, full size, sliding and tilting seats which are pretty rare for most automobiles.

Citroen’s new compact MPV hoards 605 liters of boot space underneath the luggage area with the extensions of 1,743 liters maximum to the roof when the rear seats are folded flat.

The C4 Picasso has several significant features which safety fundamentals are built on the vehicle’s platform such as a child mirror in the front, four Isofix seats, anti-pinch functions on the windows, an electric child lock system, five audible and visual seatbelt warning indicators, laminated side windows, remote control locking with deadlocks and automatic locking of the vehicle when in motion.

The C4 Picasso’s engine bay is powered by four options: 1.8i 16V and 143hp 2.0i 16V petrol units, as well as 110hp 1.6HDi and 138hp 2.0HDi diesel powerplants. Both diesel engines are entrenched with Diesel Particulate Filter Systems and have low CO2 gas emissions.

According to Xavier Duchemin, Managing Director at Citroen UK elaborated that the automotive brand has “all the right ingredients to stand out from the five seat MPV crowd.”

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