The antipollution regulations Euro 6 is favoring the arrival of new, more efficient cars to existing engines. In the case of PSA as we have seen many models of its brands, Peugeot, Citroen DS and updated by mechanical ones that comply with Euro 6. It is now Citroën C-Elysée cutting saloon economic brand of the chevrons, which updates its diesel engine.
The Citroën C-Elysée was hitherto available with 1.6 HDI diesel engine of 92 horses, a mechanism that is now replaced by BlueHDI 100 hp 1.6 power. With this new engine the Citroën C-Elysée boasts an average consumption of 3.8 liters per 100 and CO2 emissions of 98 grams per kilometer. Improved consumption 0.3 liters and 10 grams reduction in CO2 emissions.
With this new engine the performance improves slightly and complete the 0-100 in 10.8 seconds, three tenths less. Its maximum speed is 183 km / h. The gearbox remains five-speed manual and highlights the Stop & Start will save fuel in city driving. The BlueHDI engines plus particulate filter, an SCR catalyst incorporated in an additive called AdBlue that reduces emissions of oxides of nitrogen is injected.
The Citroën C-Elysée 1.6 BlueHDI 100 horses out for its low cost of use, thanks to its efficient engine, but is also remarkably low cost, since it is possible to take home a C-Elysée with diesel engine of 100 horses and Exclusive finish for € 11,250 including discounts and financing PIVE Plan. Corresponds to the highest finishing range, which includes items such as air conditioning, regulator and speed limiter, alloy wheels, four electric windows and rear parking sensors.
Source – Citroen
From 14,100 EURO
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