Having turned 100 years old, Citroen has grand plans for its centennial celebrations, including a rejigged line-up down under. The Citroen C4 is one of the models in line for a refresh, with the Picasso Exclusive the company’s central focus. With this, you get a 4-door SUV wagon sporting a 4-cylinder, 1.6L turbo engine. Alternatively, you can bump this up to a 2L diesel engine in the BlueHDi variant. In addition, there are features such as active brake assistance, blind spot monitoring, automatic stop-start, park assistance, lane departure warning and much more. Citroen has always opted for its own slant on stylistic interpretation, so the C4 range has largely been an acquired taste. But now things are changing, the Picasso variants feel mature. With passenger seating easily configured to fit up to seven people in the Grand C4, there’s commendable adaptability and convenience at hand. At the lower end of the occupancy charts in the other C4 models, this is matched by a roomy layout and unbounded storage volume. There is also a smaller, lower-spec variant, the Cactus, which in 2019, once existing stock is cleared out, parades a cleaner, simpler look. The Citroen C4 offers a solid alternative to Mazda’s CX-3 or Honda’s HR-V as a small-sized SUV.
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