Citroen unveiled today the C4 Sedan, a model that expands the existing C4 range currently made up of a 5-door hatchback and a coupe. The new model is built on the C4 platform and will be available on sale starting the last quarter of 2007.
The C4 Sedan combines the design cues of the C4 range with the larger volumes of a sedan that is 4.77 m long and 1.77 m wide. It is a car of real personality and presence with its exclusive and stylish design.
The C4 sedan is powered by either a petrol or a diesel engine both mated with five-speed manual transmission.
The 1.6i 16V petrol engine has an output of 110 bhp and a peak torque of 108 lbs-ft at 4000 rpm. The HDi 110 engine is equipped as standard with the particulate filter (DPFS). It has a maximum power of 110 bhp and a peak torque of 177 lbs-ft at 1750 rpm.
A vehicle of sophisticated styling, the C4 Sedan maintains the many qualities of the C4 in terms of equipment, driving pleasure and safety. It reflects Citroën’s objective of bringing its customers vehicles designed for a more relaxed drive.
The C4 Sedan features an ergonomic driver’s position designed to share information with its fixed-centred controls steering wheel and main driving parameters displayed in the centre of the dashboard.