Citroen C4 variants
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Fuel Type: Electric
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Total cash price £17,599. Borrowing £14,079 with a £3,520 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

49 monthly payments
£247.91
Fixed interest rate
12.9%
Total amount payable
£23,131.71
Cost of credit
£5,532.71
Optional final payment
£7,712.00
Annual mileage limit
6000 miles

Citroen C4 buying guide

The C4 goes large on Citroen’s trademark comfort, with cushy Progressive Hydraulic Cushions to help the suspension gloss over bumps in the road, and Advanced Comfort seats to help you feel as fresh at the end of a long journey as you did at the start – both of which are standard across the range. Find your perfect C4 by reading our buying guide.

What Citroen C4 trim levels are there?

You can choose from Sense, Sense Plus, Shine and Shine Plus, as well as a C-Series special edition. All get alloy wheels, LED headlights, a 10-inch infotainment touchscreen, cruise control, a digital instrument cluster and active safety braking.

Sense Plus adds a head-up display, sat nav with live traffic updates, a rear parking camera and LED interior lighting. Shine adds tinted rear windows, keyless entry and push-button start, auto high-beam assist and parking sensors at both ends. Top-spec Shine Plus gets a premium stereo system, part-leather seats, wireless phone charging and heated front seats.

Citroen C4 interior and technology

The C4 is pretty funky inside for a family car – it’s certainly more eye-catching than a Focus, for example. Different trim levels have different colour schemes, or ambiances, but all get two crisp screens. The touchscreen takes a little getting used to but you’ll soon work your way around it and, while you can change the air con settings through the screen, we’re pleased to see that the C4 also comes with physical dials which are easy to use while driving.

Citroen C4 engine range explained

(Most popular) Citroen C4 1.2 PureTech petrol

Citroen’s small petrol engine is a really good fit for the C4, offering plentiful performance and the promise of over 50mpg on longer runs. There are three versions: one with 100hp that’s manual-only and reserved for the entry-level trim, a 130hp version available with either a manual or automatic gearbox, or a 155hp version that gets an automatic gearbox as standard and is found on top models.

Citroen C4 1.5 BlueHDi diesel

Long-distance drivers might prefer the 1.5-litre diesel, which gets 110hp on manual versions and 130hp with an automatic gearbox. Performance is decent enough, but the real star stat is fuel economy of more than 60mpg.

Citroen e-C4 50kWh

Using the same powertrain as the Peugeot e-2008, DS 3 E-Tense and Vauxhall Mokka Electric, the Citroen e-C4 has a 50kWh battery and a 217-mile range. For longer journeys, the e-C4 has 100kW fast-charging capacity, enabling you to top the battery up to 80% in less than half an hour.

Your Citroen C4 questions answered

The latest Citroen C4 has unique styling and a hatchback-SUV mix, which is a far cry from the blandness of its predecessor. Electric e-C4 versions look very similar to the petrol and diesel versions, albeit with blue accents and badges, and no tailpipe. In 2022, Citroen unveiled the e-C4 X, a saloon version of the e-C4 hatchback.

Despite its SUV looks, the Citroen C4 doesn’t take up any more space on the road than a Ford Focus. It’s a little taller than the Focus and gives a slightly higher driving position, while the sloping roof doesn’t impact practicality – the C4’s 380-litre boot matches its nearest rivals. Citroen has made sure that six-foot-tall adults can fit in the rear, while there are plenty of cubbies to stash odds and ends.

Used C4 buyers can choose from three versions of the 1.2-litre three-cylinder PureTech petrol engine, or two versions of the 1.5-litre BlueHDi turbodiesel. Alternatively, there’s also a pure electric version with a 50kW battery – the e-C4.

Depending on engine specification, either six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic gearboxes are available (or a single-speed gearbox in the case of the e-C4). All used Citroen C4s are front-wheel drive.

We really like the C4. It dares to be distinctly styled in a world of conservative-looking SUVs, and the funky image continues once you step into the cabin.

It also stands out on the road thanks to its focus on driving comfort, while rivals obsess over making their SUVs more 'sporty'. That means it's relaxing on long journeys and insulates you from the lumps and bumps of town driving.

Your wallet will also appreciate the low running costs thanks to the C4's efficient engines and reasonably priced servicing.

As a fairly lightweight car, the Citroen C4 is best suited to towing smaller caravans. Entry-level 100hp 1.2-litre petrol models are rated to pull a braked trailer weighing 1,000kg. All other fuel-powered versions can pull 1,200kg.

The battery-powered e-C4 has not been rated for towing, so avoid this version if you want to pull any loads behind your Citroen.