Citroën launches C-Quatre Cross in China
Published on November 2, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter
The Citroën C-Quatre is a souped up C4 made in China by the Dongfeng-Citroën joint venture. Citroën now hits the market with a special C-Quatre Cross package that can be ordered at the dealer for about 6000 yuan.
That buys you a roof rack, a piece of chrome under the front bumper, and a crapload of black plastic, most notable around the wheel arches. Price of the standard C-Quatre starts at 108.800 yuan, powered by a 1.6 four-pot with 106hp.