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Citroen announces C5 upgrade

Citroen announces C5 upgrade

UK motorists contemplating a new car deal could be tempted by the Citroen C5 after the French carmaker announced an upgrade to the popular motor.

Indeed, the latest version offers revised styling and new technology - features that the manufacturer believes will see the C5 add to the 400,000 worldwide sales it has already achieved.

The new Techno Pack will be available on both the Saloon and Tourer versions of the model and Citroen has claimed that the C5 now offers more modern and elegant motoring solution to drivers than ever before.

A statement from the firm confirmed: "The Citroen C5 now features the brand's new chevrons, which update the car's expression with their enhanced curves."

The company also explained that the new C5 also boasts the option of 17-inch 'Egee' alloy wheels on Exclusive models and a new pearlescent body colour called 'Guaranja Brown'.

"Citroen C5 Exclusive models are available with a new part-leather upholstery and new interior design components," the firm added.

The Techno Pack also includes the new eMyWay satellite navigation system, which comes combined with a Connecting Box - jack socket, USB port and Bluetooth.

Meanwhile, Citroen has also announced a redefined options list for its impressive Ds5 model.

As a no-cost option, drivers can now plump for 17-inch alloy wheels when buying the Ds5 DStyle and DSport Hybrid4 models.

According to the firm, the new wheel size helps reduce the car's CO2 emissions from 107g/km to just 99g/km.

Customers will also be able to pick from two new Sport Signature packs, which will be made available on the HDi 160 and THP 200 DStyle and DSport models.

Those opting for the new Sport Signature or Dark Sport Signature packs, which will be priced at £650, will benefit from suspension lowered by 7mm, black door mirrors and grey or black 19-inch 'Cairns' alloy wheels.

With a number of new options available, Citroen could see demand for these models rise over the coming weeks as motorists look for new car deals during the summer.

Posted by Craig Salter
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