The new Citroen C4 shows up in Beijing
Published on April 7, 2012 by Tycho de Feyter
First time for me, to see, the new Citroen C4, called c-Quatre in China. The facelifted c-Quatre was listed on the China car market two weeks ago. Biggest change compared to the old car: a big fat new chrome grill and even more chrome in the bumper. Chinese car buyers like chrome, so Citroen gives.
The c-Quatre is made in China by the Dongfeng-PSA joint venture. Price for the sedan starts at 106.800 yuan and ends at 147.800 yuan. The new c-quatre hatchback will be listed in May, it wasn’t at the show. Power comes from a 1.6 with 106hp and 142nm or from a 2.0 with 147hp and 200nm, mated to a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic.
Changes at the back less impressive, bit o’ chrome here and there and new light units.
Car attracted a lot of attention and sales persons actually sold one while I was taking these pics.
New interior with fancy chrome parts on the steering wheel. From this pic I will now highlight two more things:
A friendly old woman…
… and a massive chromed stick. How do you think, the women and the stick, will fit together?