New Citroen C4 may tempt car loans customersMotorists who are considering taking out a car loan to buy a new vehicle may find they are tempted by Citroen's updated C4.
Motorists who are considering taking out a car loan to buy a new vehicle may find they are tempted by Citroen's updated C4.
The manufacturer claims the range now offers improved green credentials, more technology than before and an exciting new look.
Changes to the appearance of the vehicle have been carried out in a bid to bring it in line with the style of the recently launched C5.
The bonnet is rounder and curvier, while the grille features restyled integrated chevrons.
Citroen states: "The front bumper has also been revamped and the number plate repositioned for a stronger, sportier, more dynamic look."
The car has also been fitted with NaviDrive, which includes a seven-inch colour screen with Europe-wide satellite navigation, real time traffic reports and an audio system with 30GB hard drive built-in.
Meanwhile, for those car loan customers keen to reduce their carbon footprint, the vehicle offers fuel efficiency of 42.2 miles per gallon and CO2 emissions of 159 grams per kilometre down six per cent on the former model.
The latest commercial for the vehicle features the C4 robot strutting its stuff on the streets of Manhattan.
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