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2018 Citroen C4 Cactus SEVEN CORE-SEGMENT, EFFICIENT AND HIGH-PERFORMANCE ENGINES The New C4 Cactus is available with engines delivering top-class performance. Brio, pick-up, acceleration and driving pleasure are enhanced through the combination of a lightweight and efficient platform and latest-generation engines on the leading edge of technology. The engine range is broad and perfectly adapted for city driving, weekend trips and travel to far-flung destinations. The New C4 Cactus is powered by PureTech 3-cylinder petrol engines featuring technologies for greater responsiveness and controlled fuel consumption and emissions (International Engine of the Year 2015, 2016 and 2017 for the PureTech 110 and PureTech 130) and by BlueHDi diesel engines conferring driving pleasure, economy and environmental respect. Petrol: The highest-performance version of the New C4 Cactus is available with the turbocharged PureTech 130 S&S mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox. The PureTech 110, also turbocharged, is available with a 5-speed manual gearbox (PureTech 110 S&S manual) or the EAT6 6-speed automatic gearbox for maximum pleasure and comfort at the wheel (PureTech 110 S&S EAT6). The entry-level model is powered by the PureTech 82 with a manual gearbox. Diesel: The New C4 Cactus is available from launch with the BlueHDi 100 manual and the BlueHDi 100 S&S manual. In autumn 2018, it will be available with a diesel engine combined with an automatic gearbox, the BlueHDi 120 S&S EAT6, for high-mileage drivers preferring automatic transmissions. For world export markets, these seven engines are rounded out by the BlueHDi 100 S&S ETG6 diesel. 12 USEFUL DRIVER ASSISTANCE SYSTEMS To assist drivers, the New C4 Cactus is equipped with the finest in driver assistance systems, providing reassurance and safety in everyday life, simplifying driving, fighting against drowsiness and moments of inattention, and preventing the risk of accidents. These systems, displayed on the New C4 Cactus's 100% digital interface, stand as the initial steps towards autonomous vehicles. Active Safety Brake: for reducing the risk of collision from ahead by braking in the place of the driver. The multi-purpose camera at the top of the windscreen detects obstacles, for example a vehicle moving in the same direction or at a standstill. The system engages the brakes automatically when a risk of collision is detected, from 5 km/h to 85 km/h. Speed Limit Recognition System and Recommendation: recognises speed signs and displays the information on the instrument panel. The speed can be registered as an instruction for the speed limiter/cruise control in one simple movement. Lane Departure Warning System: at speeds of over 60 km/h, detects any accidental crossing of continuous or dotted white road lines without the indicator being used and warns the driver via a sound signal and visual alert on the instrument panel. 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. The system assesses the driver’s alertness by identifying trajectory anomalies in relation to road markings using a multi-function camera at the top of the windscreen. The feature is especially suited to fast lanes, at over 65 km/h. Blind Spot Monitoring System: a light in the door mirrors warns drivers if a vehicle is present in their blind spot. Park Assist: makes manoeuvring calmer, easier and safer when parking. This system provides active assistance for parallel and perpendicular parking. On the driver’s request, it automatically detects a parking space then safely steers the car into it. Reversing Camera: when the driver shifts into reverse, the camera displays the rear view of the vehicle on the 7-inch touchscreen supplemented by colour reference points indicating proximity to any obstacles. This extended vision makes for easy manoeuvres.Hill Start Assist: to make hill starts easier, this system prevents any undesired vehicle movement on inclines when the brake pedal is released. The function activates on inclines of over 3% by stabilising the vehicle for two seconds. Static Cornering Lights: depending on the angle of the steering wheel, the left or right fog lamp activates in addition to the main headlamp to illuminate up to 75° the angle to the right or left of the vehicle. The system operates at speeds above 40 km/h. Keyless Access and Start: this system allows drivers to lock, unlock and start the car without taking the keys out of their pocket. The car recognises drivers as they approach the front door handles or boot with their hands. Grip Control: enables the vehicle to adapt front wheel grip depending on the surface (snow, mud, sand). Auto INTERIOR ''SUBSCRIBE NOW'' Music Soure NCM Epic Music; https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHEioEoqyFPsOiW8CepDaYg/videos
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This is the Citroen C4 Cactus. Gone are the unique side panels and roof rack from the previous model, but how does the rest of this 2018 mini SUV stack up? Take a look in my latest in-depth review. Subscribe – http://www.youtube.com/c/Carwow?sub_c... Save – http://www.carwow.co.uk Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/carwowuk/ Insta – http://www.instagram.com/carwowcars Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/carwowuk Read our full Citroen C4 Cactus review – https://www.carwow.co.uk/Citroen/C4-Cactus?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=Make-Citroen-Model-C4-Cactus-Type-review Citroen C4 Cactus POV test drive – https://youtu.be/L8HwiaUNAxA Citroen C4 Cactus 360 look around – https://youtu.be/KcMPtLtGpVA See the best Citroen C4 Cactus deals – https://www.carwow.co.uk/Citroen/C4-Cactus/deals?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=Make-Citroen-Model-C4-Cactus-Type-deal Awkward haggling is a thing of the past with carwow. Choose your perfect car with our configurator tool and let the country’s best dealers compete over you. Compare the five best offers by price, location and dealer ratings and choose the one that’s right for you – no hassle, no haggling, just a great deal. Visit our site to save money on your new car – https://www.carwow.co.uk/
The all-new Citroen C5 Aircross has gone official at this week’s Shanghai motor show after first surfacing online in a series of leaked images. Inspired by the muscular Aircross concept revealed two years ago at the last Shanghai motor show, the market-ready C5 Aircross will play in the same arena as Mazda CX-5 and other mid-sized SUVs. Internationally, the new five-seat C5 Aircross will sit above the C4 Cactus that went on sale in Australia last year, although Citroen has yet to offer any word on local plans. Indeed, Australian distributor Sime Darby does not currently have a dedicated communications manager for the Peugeot and Citroen brands it distributes, and has yet to return requests for comment. A local debut may not be out of the question, however, with Citroen boss Linda Jackson telling media in Shanghai the C5 Aircross will carry the honour of “kickstarting the global transformation of the brand”. The C5 Aircross will be the company’s first model to offer a plug-in hybrid electric (PHEV) system, although regular petrol engines will make up the initial launch schedule. When the PHEV model arrives, it will pair a 150kW petrol engine with two electric motors – one at each axle – for a total output of 223kW. Torque figures are still be released, but, nonetheless, that power number will make this the company’s most powerful production model yet – outdoing the hero 308 GTi hatches. The PHEV model’s configuration will make it an all-wheel-drive car, but all others will be front-wheel-drive only. Citroen’s Grip Control traction system will feature, however, distributing power to whichever of the two front wheels needs it the most. Beneath the C5 Aircross is Citroen’s new Progressive Hydraulic Cushions, a simultaneously technical and cute name for the new suspension system that replaces its legendary hydropneumatic suspension system. It gets cuter: using two hydraulic stops for rebound and compression, the system promises a “‘flying carpet’ effect as if the car were flying over bumps and dips in the road”. Product manager Xavier Peugeot doubled-down on that claim, declaring the C5 Aircross will be “the most comfortable SUV on the market”. The C5 Aircross rides on a 2730mm wheelbase, around 30mm longer than that of the CX-5, Nissan X-Trail and Renault Koleos, and nearly 100mm longer than the footprint of the Hyundai Tucson, Mitsubishi Outlander and Volkswagen Tiguan – although the latter has now been shown in a long-wheelbase form. The new Citroen’s wheelbase is also considerably longer than the 2675mm wheelbase of the new-generation Peugeot 3008, despite the two SUVs sharing the same EMP2 platform. In fact, the segment-straddling C5 Aircross is positioned right between the 3008 and the new seven-seat 5008 large SUV, which rides on the same architecture but lists a 2840mm wheelbase. Of course, with China one of its major focus markets, the longer wheelbase and five-seat design – both aspects focusing entirely on second-row comfort – is no surprise. The C5 Aircross will make its European debut in the middle of next year, after the smaller C3 Aircross makes its production debut, replacing the C3 Picasso. That model was previewed by the C-Aircross concept earlier this year. Watch for more on the C5 Aircross, and its Australian potential, in the year ahead.
Among the SUV fundamentals, the protective panels on the lower body and wheel arches are enhanced with the graphic contours of the Airbump® inserts, which include a splash of colour to bring modernity and character to New C5 Aircross. The window line is highlighted by a C-shaped, chrome-finished signature for a very original side view. The four 3D LED oblong modules making up the rear lights on each side of the car are easily recognisable, striking and eye-catching, emphasising the width of the car. New Citroën C5 Aircross also makes a statement in terms of personalisation. The range of exterior colours adds to the status of the car: there is timeless Pearl White, Perla Nera Black, Platinium Grey and - above all - Volcano Orange, which is a bold new shade close to the original colour of the Aircross Concept. Two bright and fashionable metallic touches are available to bring more personality and elegance to the car: in red or silver. These subtle touches contrast with the exterior bodywork by underlining the roof bars, adding refinement and elegance to the floating roof. These colours can also feature on the lower air intakes of the front bumper and the Airbump® sections on the front doors. The scoops on the front and rear bumpers, and the rear spoiler, underline the car's aerodynamic lines, further enhancing the expressive, dynamic character of New C5 Aircross. Curved, flowing lines contrast with striking graphic touches throughout the interior. For example, the dashboard features double air vents to underline the strong, muscular character of this SUV. On the driver's side, there is a 12.3-inch digital display cluster. In the centre, the air vents and the 8-inch HD touchscreen form a perfectly integrated unit. The tall, wide centre console features soft materials and generous storage. There is also a wide central armrest with an array of practical storage compartments. To suggest space and comfort, New C5 Aircross adopts the sofa-inspired seating of the C4 Cactus, but approaches it in a new way, in keeping with the world of the SUV. The cabin is bathed in light, thanks to the generous panoramic sunroof and glass right around the car. The vehicle features Citroën colours and materials, tailored to the SUV segment. The materials are attractive, soft to the touch and generously padded where they come into contact with the driver and passengers. New C5 Aircross is available with a wide choice of materials, from 3D woven mesh to Nappa leather, personalising the interior ambience to suit the customer's wishes, from casual to executive. The seats of New C5 Aircross feature stylish top-stitching, an interior signature for Citroën vehicles. This pattern can also be seen on the door panels with original chrome-finish inserts Inspiration from the world of travel and luggage was first applied to C4 Cactus, and has since been adapted in a variety of forms from one segment to the next, particularly on the C6 launched in China last year (and only available in China). This idea is illustrated on New C5 Aircross by the chic, re-designed door handles and by the strap on the dashboard strip, facing the passenger. With slight compression and rebound, the springs and dampers control vertical movement together without applying the hydraulic stops. However, the presence of these stops increases the vehicle's freedom of movement, creating a 'magic carpet' effect, as if the car were flying over bumps and dips in the road. In the event of greater compression and rebound, the springs and dampers work together with the hydraulic compression or rebound stops, which gradually slow down the movement, thereby avoiding sudden jolts. Unlike a conventional mechanical stop, which absorbs and then partially restores energy, the hydraulic stops absorb and dissipate this energy. As a result, there is no rebound. Read More https://www.youtube.com/upload "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
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