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Citroen cuts CO2 emissions for Grand C4 Spacetourer

Citroen has reduced the CO2 emissions for the Grand C4 Spacetourer PureTech automatic by 3g/km, delivering a VED and BIK reduction.

Available from March 2021 production, the efficiency gain comes from a new battery and the fitment of a high-efficiency alternator.

For company car drivers, the lower CO2 emissions result in a BIK tax band reduction of  1%  on ‘Live’ and ‘Sense’ trim levels – as an example, this reduces the monthly tax bill of a 40% tax payer by over £110 in the 2021-22 tax period (when driving a Sense PureTech 130 Stop & Start EAT8 automatic model).

The car also sits in a lower VED band, reducing the on-the-road cost of the car by £285.

In line with the Citroen Advance UK strategy announced in October 2020 and effective from December 2020, a price reduction of £1,250 was applied to the Grand C4 SpaceTourer UK range under the brand’s new ‘Fair Pricing’ policy, a long-term and fundamental change to the UK business model that saw list prices across the model range reduced to new fair and transparent levels.

With a newly re-structured range as of December 2020, the Grand C4 SpaceTourer seven-seater is now available in three trims: ‘Live’, ‘Sense’ and ‘Shine’, with prices starting from just £26,210 OTR.The Grand C4 Spacetourer PureTech EAT8 is priced from £27,820.

All models are equipped with a 12-inch central display, a seven-inch Touch Drive interface with Bluetooth and DAB, rear parking sensors, and Citroen Connect Nav.

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