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Citroen C4 (2004 - 2010)

Last updated 3 April 2014

 
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Brave styling, decent quality interior and excellent crash test ratings. 1.6 HDi EGS qualifies for £30pa tax. Good compromise between ride and handling
Narrow front footwell awkward for people with big feet. Other drivers you pass can read the speedo.
Updated 16 December 2013

Cost of replenishing Eolys fluid for DPF of 32k mile 2007 Citroen C4 1.6 HDi was £468, composed of £93.59 for the new pouch of fluid and £297 for labour, plus £78.12 VAT. ECU fault codes indicated need...

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Introduction

Buyers of medium size motors never had it better.

A much more solid new Golf; a dramatic new Astra; a better built, more refined new Focus. And now, stepping smartly from the bottom of the class to the top, the stunning new Citroen C4.

Five different petrol engines, from a hard-worked 90PS 1.4 to a fire-breathing 180PS 2.0 litre. Three diesels from a 92PS 1.6HDI to a 138PS 2.0HDI. Only 5 speeds in the boxes of all but the 6 speed 2.0HDI. And automatics on the way for the 1.6 and 2.0 petrol engines.

The two bodies are completely different, yet the space inside them is virtually identical. The cracking 3-door coupe is £400 less, and a benefit of its low rearward sloping rear window is excellent vision for reverse-parking. They are five seaters with five proper belts, but there's less headroom and comfort for back seat piggy-in-the-middle than there is in the new Focus.

Citroen C4 2005 Range Road Test

Citroen C4 1.6 HDi EGS Road Test

 

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Owners' Reviews

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110 1.6 HDI VTR+ Coupe
By witchcraft

Good looking economical but flawed

On 10 January 2013
1

The most unreliable car I have ever owned, and I'm a Citroen Fan!!!!!

On 7 November 2011
3

An honnest car with interesting aesthetics

On 10 March 2011

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