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CCIA 2014: Citroen


The new Picasso range and the DS3 Cabrio were the highlights on the Citroen stand at CCIA.

It is the first time that Citroen has had its e-HDi micro-hybrid technology on the Picasso range.

The e-HDi technology combines an HDi engine with a new generation stop and start system and a system designed to recover energy when braking, resulting in CO2 emissions of 98g/km and fuel economy of 76.3mpg for the seven-seat Grand C4 Picasso.

The technology is also being rolled out to DS4 and DS3.


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