New 2016 Citroën Grand C4 Picasso Quotes

Performance

The C4 Picasso provides comfort without taking away power. The diesel options a 1.6-litre engine with either 89bhp or 113bhp. If you opt for petrol there are 1.6-litre with 118bhp or 154bhp turbocharged version. The supple suspension means bumpy roads are not a problem and the grip is more than capable. Light steering enables efficient city driving. Take the Grand C4 Picasso out for a test drive and see what you think.

Running Costs

The diesels offer especially good economy with the 1.6-litre eHDi Airdream model achieving an average economy of 74mpg and the powerful BlueHDi getting an impressive 67mpg. While the CO2 figures are impressive on all models. Great figures for a seven-seat MPV.

Equipment

The new Picasso really comes into its own in the equipment department. Order a brochure to learn about the full range of technology available. From the entry level model providing air-con, alloy wheels, Bluetooth and USB socket to the top ranges giving you additional sat-nav, reversing camera and large central display as well as panoramic sunroof, powered tailgate and self-parking system on the Exclusive+ model. In the middle the VTR+ range offer the entry level spec as well as digital radio, dual-zone climate control, rear parking sensors and automatic lights and wipers.

The Grand C4 Picasso has list prices between £17,809 and £26,855 which may be comparable to the Ford Grand C-Max and Kia Carens but with this car you get significantly more power and performance.