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Citroen confident of aerodynamic C4

CITROEN believes its dramatic replacement for the ageing Xsara will be more successful in the fleet market than its predecessor, with drivers attracted by its unique style and competitive running costs.

Due to make its public debut at the Paris Motor Show in September, the C4 promises best-in-class aerodynamics, helping reduce fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions.

John Hargreaves, Citroen national fleet sales manager, said: ‘With its stylish, modern design, impressive levels of equipment and wide range of state-of-the-art engines, the new C4 will appeal strongly to both fleet decision-makers and company car drivers.

‘And as a result of the anticipated low cost of ownership, low fuel consumption and low CO2 figures, as well as the attention that has been paid to safety and security, we are confident that the new Citroen C4 will command strong residual values.’

There will be a choice of five petrol engines or three common rail turbodiesels and new technology will be introduced in the C4, such as a lane departure warning system in the event that motorists veer across lanes when drowsy.

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