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The Citroen C4 Picasso Vision is now on sale in Australia, offering buyers in the seven-seater market added value and a range of added features.

Priced from $38,990 driveaway, the Citroen C4 Picasso Vision is equipped with a fully integrated satellite navigation system, full-length glass sunroof, an opening rear window for easy access to the boot and auto-folding side mirrors.

With the standard Citroen C4 Picasso priced from $37,990 before on-road costs, Citroen Australia says the Vision package adds $4500 in value to the French people-mover.

The C4 Picasso is powered by a 120kW/340Nm 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel engine, which propels the seven-seater from 0-100km/h in 10.6 seconds, using just 6.8 litres of fuel per 100km on the combined cycle.

Other standard features include 17-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, cruise control, climate control, Bluetooth/USB/AUX connectivity, electronic stability control and seven airbags.

Citroen Australia will be hoping the availability of the Vision pack gives the C4 Picasso a showroom boost. Just 123 have been sold across the country so far this year, down 47 per cent compared with the same time in 2011.

Note: Standard Citroen C4 Picasso pictured.




  • Chevrons

    It’s a good package, but they’re selling them overseas with daytime running LED’s as standard across the range, but not here?

  • Tex

    Good looking people mover that should’ve had the ability to do better here…

  • Unidexter Hopping

    Does this model use the dreadful EGS transmission? Other turn offs are that it uses a DPF, that the DPF has no warranty, ATECO don’t warrant squeaks and rattles after 12 months. Worthy car if the spec was right and Citroen had a factory representation.

  • MisterZed

    Stupidest name for a car ever. Picasso wasn’t even French, he was Spanish.

    • Chokito Burrito

       Well it’s actually built in Vigo, Spain

      • MisterZed

        Yes, and a Picasso is usually a work of art and increases in value. Seriously, the name of this thing is working against it sales wise. Who would want to say “I own a Picasso… I mean the people mover, not a painting”.