The Citroen C5 is not going through the best of times. It is to the business cycle, and the next generation is not safe on the European continent. But the French company refuses to let die to its midsize sedan, and the Citroen C5 launches new BlueHDI engines of 150 and 180 horses power.
These two engines, already present in other models of the PSA Peugeot 508 range as we tested this week, met with rules Euro6 and rely on figures for emissions and reduced consumption. Both engines come for the two bodies available, the 4-door sedan and family Tourer .
With the engine BlueHDI 150 horses mated to a 6 speed manual gearbox, the C5 is able to approve an average consumption 4,1 l / 100 km ( 4.2 l / 100 km with familiar body) and emissions of 106 g / km of CO2 (110 g / km with body tourer).
With the engine BlueHDI 180 horses , which also incorporates Stop / Start of series, the C5 homologous an average consumption 4,4 l / 100 km and emissions of 114 g / km of CO2 with both bodies. It is you case, the most powerful diesel engine is associated with no option to an automatic 6 relations EAT6.
Additionally Citroën launches a small aesthetic updates for the C5, small details to keep alive the model in the last months of marketing. Thus, it is adding a new brown Brun Moka and updated alloy wheels with new designs in 17 and 18 inches .
Prices Blue Citroen C5 HDI 150 and 180 hp
|C5 4p||BlueHDI 150 hp||6V Manual||25,430 euros|
|C5 4p||BlueHDI 180 hp||EAT6||34 310 euros|
|C5 Tourer||BlueHDI 150 hp||6V Manual||28,580 euros|
|C5 Crosstourer||BlueHDI 180 hp||EAT6||34,120 euros|
Source – Citroen
From 24,830 EURO
Now from 22,630 EURO
Article The Citroen C5 refuses to die, new BlueHDI 150 and 180 hp engines has been originally published in Current Motor.