Sense model starts

off C4 range

Citroen C4 Sense, side static

CITROEN has added a new entry level Sense trim to its C4 line-up, with prices from £21,010 and sitting below existing Sense Plus, Shine and Shine Plus variants.

The new versions come with 18-inch diamond-cut Aeroblade alloy wheels, LED headlights and daytime running lights, as well as LED front fog lights with static cornering function all featuring externally.

Inside, there's a 5.5-inch digital instrument cluster, a 10-inch high-resolution touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, DAB radio, an Urban Grey interior ambience with grey 'Chevrons' cloth, and black leather-effect textile seats.

All Sense models come with Citroen's standard safety pack with active safety brake, speed limit information, lane keeping assist, driver attention alert 3 and forward collision warning. Also standard is a speed limiter with cruise control andCitroen'sconnect box emergency and assistance system.

The new Sense models feature Citroen'sadvanced comfort suspension system with progressive hydraulic cushions that integrates hydraulic stops to better control compression and rebound. These hydraulic bump stops help to absorb the impact from major road imperfections, while freeing up the rest of the suspension travel to offer a smoother ride over normal road surfaces.

Another key component of the new C4 models are the 'advanced comfort' seats; with broad cushions and seat backs, they combine high-density foam at the heart of each seat and a thick, textured foam on the surface to ensure optimum comfort on any journey.

Drivers have a choice of two powertrains - PureTech 100 Stop and Start (S&S) petrol or BlueHDi 110 S&S Diesel, both come with a six-speed manual gearbox.

The new C4 is available to buy entirely online via the Citroen Store- where customers can configure their vehicle, select a finance package and order their car, all from the comfort of their own home. A five-year/100,000-mile warranty policy is designed to give added peace-of-mind.

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