Citroen C4 (2004 - 2010)
Last updated 5 January 2015
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...
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.
A practical and comfortable carOn 23 February 2015
Good looking economical but flawedOn 10 January 2013
The most unreliable car I have ever owned, and I'm a Citroen Fan!!!!!On 7 November 2011