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2019 Citroen C5 Aircross, 2019 It arrives as Citroen’s flagship SUV and is closely inspired by the Aircross concept revealed at the Shanghai Motor Show in 2015. It sits on the PSA Group’s EMP2 platform, shared with sister cars the Peugeot 3008 and the DS 7 Crossback, plus Vauxhall’s Grandland X. Citroen, It comes in at 4,500mm long, 1,840mm wide and 1,670mm tall, while the wheelbase of 2,730mm means Citroen promises ‘best in class’ space for passengers, especially those in the rear. Ground clearance comes in at 230mm. The two-tiered lighting at the front of the car is full LED, while the taillights are LED units too. 30 exterior colour combinations will be available, plus alloy wheels measuring from 17-inches to 19-inches in size. A large glass panoramic roof opens the cabin up to the sunlight. 2019 Peugeot 3008, One of the most popular Peugeot SUV will hit the market, and it will be 2019 Peugeot 3008. The French manufacturer always try to improve their vehicles, which will be the case with this car, so there expect various improvements and enhancements inside and out, is also expected that the weight of this model will be reduced which will result in improved performance and fuel economy. The exterior of the new 2019 Peugeot 3008 will be an attractive and stylized, this is to find a redesigned front bumper where will find LED fog lights and large air intake. Front and rear lights will feature modern LED technology. This new model will feature new 17-inch and 18-inch alloy wheels and will have 9 different colors of the body. It is expected that this new model will attract attention of potential new customers, primarily in the European market. SUBSCRIBE
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NEW C5 AIRCROSS SUV: THE NEXT-GENERATION, MODERN AND HIGH-TECH SUV In tune with its times and equipped with a 12.3” TFT digital instrument cluster and 8” capacitive touchscreen, New C5 Aircross SUV features 20 latest-generation driver assistance systems, including Highway Driver Assist, a level-two autonomous driving system, as well as six advanced connectivity technologies. The new, ultra-connected model is equipped with wireless smartphone charging, or the ConnectedCAM Citroën®. Powered by efficient and highperformance petrol and diesel engines ranging from 130 bhp to 180 bhp and the new EAT8 automatic gearbox, C5 Aircross will be the first Citroën to be available with plug-in hybrid (PHEV) technology in late 2019. vehicle speed from 30 km/h to 180 km/h, control the speed and the distance between vehicles, and limit acceleration when cornering. Collision Risk Alert: this system warns drivers that their vehicle is at risk of colliding with the vehicle in front, at speeds of 30 km/h and over. The system activates just before the activation of automatic braking. Coffee Break Alert: tells drivers when it is time to take a break after they have driven for two hours at speeds above 70 km/h. Driver Attention Alert: alerts drivers in the event of decreased vigilance. This system assesses the driver’s alertness by identifying trajectory anomalies in relation to road markings. The feature is especially suited to fast lanes, at over 65 km/h. Extended Traffic Sign Recognition and Recommendation: recognises speed signs and displays the information on the instrument panel. The speed can be recorded as an instruction for the speed limiter/cruise control in one simple movement. In addition to speed signs, this system detects certain traffic signs (stop and one-way signs, no-overtaking signs) and displays them for the driver on the instrument panel. This improves the respect of driving rules and increases safety. Highway Driver Assist: combines Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go and the Active Lane Departure Warning System to manage driving semi-autonomously in specific driving conditions. The driver selects a speed setting and turns on the Active Lane Departure Warning System, from speeds of 30 km/h. The system records the car’s position in the lane (in the centre, more to the left or right depending on driving habits) and the driver is no longer required to manage speed or trajectory, as the vehicle handles these functions. Particularly adapted to freeways and highways, the system enables the partial delegation of driving, the driver’s only obligation being to remain focused on the road. The driver is required to keep their hands on the wheel (even though they do not need to steer the car) to keep the system active, in compliance with prevailing regulation. The driver can take back control at any moment by pushing on the Active Lane Departure Warning System button, by exerting force on the steering wheel or by braking. Intelligent Beam Headlights: ensures stress-free and safe driving at night by automatically switching between high beams and low beams. Technologies for enhancing in-car comfort Keyless Entry and Start: drivers can unlock their car by placing their hand behind one of the front door handles or near the boot opening control. With the motorised hatch, motorists can open and close the electric tailgate by waving their foot under the rear bumper. Electric Parking Brake: automatically engages the parking brake when the engine is turned off and disengages once the vehicle pulls away. The driver can engage and disengage the parking brake at any moment via the control on the central console. Park Assist: an active driver assistance system that makes parallel parking (entrance and exit) and perpendicular parking (entrance) safer, easier and more relaxed. On the driver’s request the system automatically detects a parking space then manoeuvres the car into and out of the space. The driver manages the acceleration and braking – the system takes care of the rest. Reversing camera with Top Rear Vision: when the driver shifts into reverse, the camera displays the rear view of the vehicle on the touchscreen supplemented by colour reference points indicating proximity to any obstacles, as well as a reconstituted image showing a 180° view of the environment behind. New C5 Aircross SUV comes with a broad range of leading-edge driver assistance systems, with 20 technologies for on-road safety, on-board comfort and simplified driving regardless of exterior conditions. Auto INTERIOR ''SUBSCRIBE NOW'' Song: Ikson - Angel (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music promoted by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: https://youtu.be/mS0zHtJRroQ Song: x50 - Dreams (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music promoted by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: https://youtu.be/fIk0vYl6i0M Song Ikson - Paradise (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music promoted by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link httpsyoutu.beglMhD3EU46k
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It is not unusual for the large multinational car makers to create China-only models. What is rare though, is for one to launch a car in the Far East only to bring it to Europe a year later; something that’s about to happen with the C5 Aircross.
The C5 Aircross uses the same EMP2 platform as the Peugeot 3008 and 5008, as well as the Vauxhall Grandland X and recently-launched DS7 Crossback. It’s one of the most distinctive Citroens for some time, and furthers the expressive design language first seen with the C3 Aircross late last year.
Outwardly, the C5 Aircross stands out from the crossover crowd – but despite its big wheels and rugged body detailing there’s no four-wheel drive option. Still, that’s a trait we’ve become used to on PSA’s latest SUVs and for most that simply won’t matter.
Our early drive took place in China, where engine choices are limited to 1.6 and 1.8-litre petrol turbo units. European models should gain a diesel option. The Chinese C5 Aircross is available in four trim levels and our 1.8T came in range-topping ‘Flagship’ specification.
While the C3 Aircross comes with 85 body and roof colour combinations, there are just five paint options for the Chinese-specification C5 Aircross. On our white test car it was jazzed up slightly by the addition of red highlights on the front bumper, air intakes, roof rails, and Airbumps.
Inside, it is visually attractive with numerous brown inserts offsetting the charcoal grey Claudia leather seats. The materials aren’t as plush as in rivals like the Volkswagen Tiguan or even the Renault Kadjar, though, feeling more on par with cheaper models like the MG GS. Hard touch plastics dominate, and the leather doesn’t feel particularly premium, though it’s likely European cars will see an improvement in this area.
Thanks to an opening panoramic sunroof, the cabin feels light and airy. Rear passengers are treated to plenty of headroom, although legroom could be better with the front seats set back. Unlike in the C3 Aircross, the rear seats neither slide nor recline. They do though feature an easy release mechanism for folding them down, and the boot floor can be raised to offer a flat floor. The boot itself is a sturdy and a capacious 516 litres, trumping the Ford Kuga’s 406-litre load bay. An electric tailgate featuring foot activation allows easy opening when carrying loads, too.
On the road the Citroen’s setup for comfort soon becomes apparent. Progressive hydraulic cushions ensure a soft ride, which seems at odds given the hard seating. While it does a good job of soaking up bumps, attempting a slalom manoeuvre at speed saw the car wallow from side to side. There are five settings for the traction control including snow, wet and off-road.
With over 200bhp on tap the engine should provide spirited performance, but ultimately it fails to excite. Hampering the engine’s effort is the six-speed automatic gearbox, which is the only transmission offered on Chinese models. Whilst initial acceleration is reasonable, it becomes particularly sluggish at mid-range speeds with the 50-70 mph jump taking forever. Addition of a manual gearbox for European models should go some way to rectifying this problem.