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The Citroen C4 Picasso has added options (and a new engine)

Citroen Ireland is already gearing up for the 181 registration period.

Image: Dave Humphreys

CITROEN IRELAND IS already gearing up for the new year and new registrations period by adding some upgrades and new trim levels for its C4 Picasso and Grand C4 Picasso.

Just in time for 181, Citroen has streamlined its offerings into two trim levels – the entry level Touch, and the new Feel Exclusive. Both trim levels have been enhanced to offer the most popular extras.

Additionally, in response to customer demand, which has seen a shift towards petrol powered cars, Citroen is introducing the PureTech 130hp petrol engine to the new Feel Exclusive grade. This engine option will be available with a manual or automatic gearbox.

The entry level Touch models are priced from €29,995 and now come with additional extras including privacy glass and a height adjustable passenger seat.

Source: Citroen Media

Feel Exclusive models are prices from €32,820 and now come with an additional €1,600 worth of added extras compared with the outgoing Feel trim level. Those extras include; half-leather trim, massage front seats, electric power tailgate and electric reclining front leg rests. These extra equipment offerings on Touch and Feel Exclusive come with no additional cost to the customer.

There’s also a Techno Pack available for Feel Exclusive models priced at €1,650, which adds keyless access and safety features like lane keeping assist, speed limit information, smart beam and drive attention alert.

The C4 Picasso range also comes with a five-year warranty and three-years’ roadside assistance.

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