Sponsored Video: The All New Revolutionary Citroën C4 Cactus

Posted on 10 October 2014 by Tony Santos

The all-new modern car looking Citroen SUV has just made its way in Thames Motor Group showroom and now available for test drive.

Announced at the Goodwood Festival of Speed back in June, the French car maker’s radical fortune bet in the segment seemed to have been in the limelight for its striking looks and impressive features. A revolutionary model to adapt and cope with everyday family daily driving –the carmakers aimed to pricks driver’s interests within the car’s segment.

The C4 Cactus unusual detailing is what stands out the most and you can’t ignore the quirky yet innovative Airbump panels claimed to be world first-exclusive from Citroen that protects the car’s rear, side and front. It’s made of “Thermoplastic Polyurethane, the panels absorb bumps and scratches that may occur on a daily basis through the employment of tiny air capsules.”

While under-the-hood, it’s powered by either Puretech petrol engines or an impressively economical BlueHDi diesel engine that is capable of 91.1mpg on a combined cycle. It has a eco-friendly carbon emissions of 82g/km.

The C4 Cactus is significantly longer and wider than the C4 but lighter because it’s made with lightweight materials –adding up with its fuel economy and efficiency.

Inside there’s a lively spacious interior where you can easily store around 388.5 litres of storage space from its glove box and boot spaces.

The dashboard also shows technology impressive and an uncluttered space with 7-inch central console that offers easy-to-use touch screen access to all controls.

“It is already getting a lot of attention on the forecourt as you can’t help but notice it due to its unique styling, which makes it stand out from the crowd,” according to Nick England, marketing manager at Thames Motor Group. “We expect the C4 Cactus to be hugely popular, so any customers looking for a test drive best get it booked up as easily as possible.”

This post has been sponsored by Citroën, but concerns our own opinion.

Categorized | Car News

Related Posts

Comments are closed.