2018 Citroen C4
2018 Citroen C4 is a compact car produced by the French car manufacturer Citroën since autumn 2004. Citroen C4 is currently in its second generation. The Citroen C4 was designed to be the successor of the Citroën Xsara. Citroen C4 2018 model is mechanically similar to the Peugeot 308, launched in 2007. Th revised version has been launched with a new interface, reversing lights and dashboard revisions for the 2008/2009 model year.
Citroen C4 was announced that the coupe version should not be revised, but should be replaced by the Citroen DS4. The C4 won second place in the 2005 European Auto Awards. The second-generation 2018 Citroen C4 made its debut at the 2010 Paris Motor Show before its launch in September. The new model was a little larger than the previous one and was only available with five doors. The French company has omitted a three-door version because of the low sales of the previous generation of three doors and to avoid the risk of “cannibalizing” sales of DS3.
Citroen C4 Design
Compared to the outgoing model, the new average design of the French line is less eccentric. In general, the lines are less rounded, the front is characterized by large groups with an aggressive design “cut” at the top and a “step” at the bottom. Clearly visible on the grille, the Citroën is made up of extensions of the central logo. The hood is made more aggressive by two longitudinal ribs, while the bumper, which is aggressive, has a rather large mouth, flanked by two air intakes and two slots for fog lights.
The side view shows two longitudinal ribs, one just above the line of the door handles and the other at the bottom. The tail is characterized by clusters that partially penetrate the side and partially into the trunk lid. The big bumper looks massive from the rear view but at the same time raises the overhead threshold. The dashboard of the second C4 series is characterized by instruments with blue lighting in different tones, combining analog and digital technology.
The dashboard, with the display now always present, is also modern in style, and has some ribs, especially at the top, which complement the exterior lines of the bodywork. The steering wheel does not have the fixed hub as the first generation. The seats have a sporty design, with padded side panels, but offer little lateral support. The divan is divisible according to the now familiar 60-40 model but is not inclined. The boot offers up to 408 liters for the standard, expandable up to 1,183, lowering the rear seat.
Citroen C4 Engines
The second set of C4 is equipped with specific low rolling resistance tires, and of the 200 kg of polymer used in each sample, about 30 are environmentally friendly. The structure of Mk2 C4 and C4-II is derived from that of the first series: even the rhythm has not been changed, but there are some novelties in this case. To make the car more comfortable, the geometry of the suspension has been slightly modified, keeping the original C4 standards earlier, revised at certain points to make life more comfortable on board. In addition, the new bushings use an improved and more useful rubber. The brakes are disc and the front are ventilated, with ABS and ESP as standard throughout the range. The rack-and-pinion steering with the electrohydraulic actuator is copied from the previous C4.
The engine range includes three gasoline engines and four diesel engines. The e-HDi, which debuts in C4 (C4 and at the same time in the first set based on Picasso), is coupled with a six-speed automatic transmission and 1.6 THP engine. Other engines are available with a 5-speed manual transmission (1.4 VTi, 1.6 VTi and 1.6 HDi 92 hp) or 6 speeds (1.6 HDi112 hp and 2.0 HDi). The 1.6 VTi is also available with a 4-speed automatic transmission.
2018 Citroen C4 Aircross
Citroen C4 Aircross The compact SUV is based on the Mitsubishi ASX and the Peugeot 4008. It was presented at the Geneva Motor Show 2012. An Aircross four-wheel drive version is also available.
2018 Citroen C4 Cactus
The Citroën C4 Cactus is a compact SUV produced by the French carmaker Citroën factory in Villaverde de PSA in Madrid, Spain since the spring of 2014. Although it is classified as 2018 Citroen C4 Cactus, is based on the smallest PF1 platform that supports Citroen C3 and DS3.