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2016 Citroen C5 to be the last offered in Australia: 62 cars to honour iconic suspension system

If you thought last year's Finale special represented the end of Citroen's C5 in Australia, think again. Instead, the 2016 Citroen C5 will be the last of the line for the Australian market, with the company's local distributor today finally confirming its impending retirement...

Next Citroen C4 and C5 could morph into SUVs - report

The successors to the current Citroen C4 and C5 could morph into crossover vehicles, according to a new report out of the UK. With the current C4 hatch and C5 closing in on the end of their production runs, well outclassed by the likes of the C4 Picasso, C4 Cactus and the new C3, it seems Citroen may take a more unorthodox approach to the next generation of both...

Citroen C5 successor may not be sold outside of China

Due to shifting market trends and falling sales, the next-generation Citroen C5 may turn out to be a China-only model. Linda Jackson, Citroen's CEO, told Automotive News Europe that "in China there is clearly a requirement for a C5 segment car". Jackson said, though, that there's a question mark as to whether the next-generation large vehicle will be sold in Europe or, indeed, the rest of the world...

Citroen C5 Finale announced, $59,990 drive-away

Citroen Australia importer Sime Darby has announced another limited-edition version of the Citroen C5 sedan, called the C5 Finale. Just 30 units will be made available, though consider that this year Citroen is averaging about 10 C5 sales a month. The range-topping model marks the brief, and singular, return of the familiar (to Citroen fans) 150kW/450Nm 2...

Current Citroen C5 to be last car from brand with hydropneumatic suspension - report

The current-generation Citroen C5 will reportedly be the last car from the French brand to be offered with the company's iconic hydropneumatic suspension system. Anonymous sources have told Reuters that PSA Peugeot Citroen will cease production and development of the plush-riding suspension setup when the current C5 ceases production...

2013 Citroen C5: minor updates for French mid-sizer

The updated Citroen C5 will benefit from a minute facelift akin to a game of 'spot the difference' when it arrives in Australia in late 2012 or early 2013. The only notable difference between the existing C5 (pictured below), first seen in 2008, and the 2013 model year C5 (pictured top) is the slight change and modernisation of the Citroen chevrons on the grille and steering wheel, matching that of the new Citroen C4 AirCross, and bringing it into line with the company's refreshed look...

Citroen C5 price slashed

The price of the entry-level Citroen C5 has been slashed to $32,990 driveaway, saving customers more than $6000 on the stylish but unloved mid-sized French sedan. The Citroen C5 Attraction petrol is normally priced from $35,990 before statutory charges, delivery and dealer costs, which when added take the C5’s on-the-road price to close to $40,000...

2011 CITROEN C5 Update

Having seen the light of day back in 2008, the CITROËN C5 may not be a popular model here in Australia (having sold just 27 units in August), but it has done rather well around the world. Available in both Sedan and Tourer shapes, Citroen says that it had sold over 200,000 C5s by May this year...

2010 Citroen C5 gets $3000 price cut

It was just a few days ago that Citroen announced a $6000 price cut for the Citroen C4 Picasso. Now, Citroen Australia has extended savings onto the base model Citroen C5 range, offering a $3000 price cut. The Citroen C5 sedan is now available from $46,990 drive away, while the Citroen C5 tourer wagon is now available for $49,990 drive away...

Citroen C5 has all new engines 

Citroen has new engines for its C5 Sedan and Tourer that offer better performance and fuel economy as well as meat the new Euro five emissions standard. “The new 2.0 litre and 3.0 litre HDi Turbo Diesel engines bring the latest in diesel technology to the Citroen C5,” says Miles Williams, General Manager for Citroen in Australia...

Citroen C5 updated, new engines for 2010

Citroen is introducing two new greener engines to its C5 range to bring them into line with Euro V specifications. The first is a new 2.0HDi 16V 119kW diesel that will replace both the existing 2.0- and 2.2-litre diesels. Australia will get the new 340Nm engine in the Comfort and Exclusive models, meaning a 14 per cent power increase and around three per cent better fuel efficiency...

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