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The Citroen C4 has been given a light visual refresher, as well as a slew of new drivetrain options.

Externally, the 2015 Citroen C4 is distinguished by its redesigned head- and tail-light innards. The latest headlight treatment features U-shaped surrounds for the high- and main-beam units, as well as LED driving lights. At the back, the tail-lights now sport a 3D effect and repositioned clusters.

The only other exterior changes involve two new colour options (stone grey and platinum grey), as well as fresh designs for the 17-inch alloy wheels.

On the inside, the major change is availability of a new seven-inch touchscreen that, Citroen claims, simplifies user interaction with the entertainment system and also features a new satellite navigation interface.

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Under the bonnet, two new turbocharged three-cylinder petrol drivetrains are now available: the manual-only 81kW/205Nm PureTech 110, and the 96kW/230Nm PureTech 130 with a Aisin six-speed automatic and automatic engine start/stop. In overseas markets, the C4 is already offered with the PureTech 130, but only with a six-speed manual.

New to the C4 lineup is Citroen’s BlueHDi range of 1.6-litre turbo-diesel motors, which are available in both 73kW/254Nm BlueHDi 100 and 88kW/300Nm BlueHDi 120 trim. Both versions are fitted with a manual transmission; automatic engine start/stop is optional on the low power iteration and standard on the more powerful version.

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We’re awaiting word from Citroen Australia as to when the updated C4 will arrive in local showrooms.




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