Citroën C4 Cactus will receive a version of the C-SeriesJanuary 2, 2020
Citroën will release in 2020 a new special version of the popular C4 Cactus.
After the start of sales of the C3 Aircross a month ago, the C4 Cactus will also receive a special version starting this month. By mid-2020, Citroën will also release C-Series versions for the C3, C5 Aircross, Berlingo, and C4 SpaceTourer.
As with the C3 Aircross C-Series, the C4 Cactus C-Series combines elegant looks with equipment that makes working in the car easier. The special edition model is easy to recognize thanks to the anodized dark red color that adds red accents to the Airbump trim and fog lights.
The equipment also includes a C-Series badge on the front doors and dark tinted windows for the rear of the car. There are five body colors available: polar white, mother-of-pearl white, cumulus gray, platinum gray and obsidian black.
Inside the Citroën C4 Cactus C-Series is a dashboard upholstered in gray TEP with straps, patterns and buckles, while Advanced Comfort seats have a white stitch and a contrasting horizontal red line at the top of the seats. The seats also have the inscription “C-Series”, as well as special black rounded mats with red stitching.
In terms of content, the C4 Cactus C-Series is a well-equipped model because it is based on the average Feel configuration. Customers will benefit from standard features such as folding electric side mirrors, passenger seat height adjustment, and the Citroën Connect Nav and Citroën Connect Box Emergency and Assistance System.
Citroën offers the C4 Cactus C-Series with three powertrains, including a 1.2-liter PureTech turbocharged three-cylinder gasoline engine and two BlueHDi 1.6-liter four-cylinder turbodiesel engines. The 6-Speed Manual The PureTech 110 S & S is an entry-level model, followed by the 6-speed BlueHDi 100 S & S and BlueHDi 120 S & S EAT6 manual.
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