Citroen C4 Picasso Overview
Built to make the most of family adventures and tackle the daily grind, the Citroen C4 Picasso is an extremely versatile and dynamic family car. Its MPV shape translates to a huge amount of interior space, while the sleek, elegant styling ensures it’s just at home on the school run as it is racking up the miles. Distinctive and alluring, you can personalise your C4 Picasso with a contrasting Onyx black roof and door mirror, as well as a range of interior ambiences. Built for comfort above all else, the C4 Picasso offers refinement and class, the perfect combination for family life.
Distinctive, unique and unmistakably handsome, the Citroen C4 Picasso is Citroen’s most elegant MPV yet. A three-stage light signature and sporty silhouette help this car stand out, while 17” alloy wheels and 3D effect rear lights guarantee it. Simply stunning.
First-class comfort comes as standard. The Citroen C4 Picasso is powered by a range of refined and efficient turbocharged engines. A soft suspension guarantees a subtle ride, while a short turning circle and responsive steering guarantee manoeuvrability in the city.
The Citroen C4 Picasso offers accommodation for five passengers and an enormous 537-litre boot. You can add a hands-free powered tailgate for easy loading and Touch Edition models feature 3 independent rear seats, all with ISOFIX child seat mounting points.
Living with it
With abundant space and a range of great features, the C4 Picasso is incredibly easy to live with. It’ll return up to 74.3mpg combined, and all models feature a 12” Panoramic HD central display with Citroen Connect Navigation as standard.
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The Citroen C4 Picasso is cheap, spacious and good looking – everything you’d want in a family car Carbuyer
In many respects it’s one of the most practical cars of its type, with a spacious cabin and clever seats that can be folded in a variety of different ways What Car?
The mid-sized Citroen C4 Picasso rewrites the book on MPV styling, and throws in a massive dose of practicality too Auto Express