That earlier update, debuting a few months after the C4 Picasso hatch’s local debut and around a year on from the Grand C4 Picasso’s launch, added roof rails and a luggage pod, along with tablet mounts and a waterproof boot liner.
This week, Citroen Australia has upped the Grand C4 Picasso seven-seater’s standard specification with the third row gaining air-conditioning vents and reading lights.
The bigger boost may come to buyers of the smaller C4 Picasso five-seat hatch, which now offers six years / 90,000 kilometres (whichever comes first) of free servicing at Citroen dealers and authorised workshops.
Citroen says the new servicing deal, available only to new or demonstrator models sold and delivered by September 30 this year, is worth $3635 in savings over that six-year period.
Existing owners miss out on the deal, although Citroen’s six-year unlimited-kilometre warranty, capped-price servicing and roadside assist package continues.
Citroen will be looking to this latest offering to boost C4 Picasso sales, which currently sit at 66 year-to-date (July-end data).
The C4 Picasso has reviewed very well at CarAdvice, scoring 9.0, 9.0 and 8.5 out of 10 across three separate reviews.
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