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Citroen Grand C4 SpaceTourer buying guide

What Citroen Grand C4 SpaceTourer trim levels are there?

Citroen has chopped and changed the trim levels of the Grand C4 SpaceTourer over the last few years, but there’s usually one mid-range spec and one high-end spec. The range used to start with a more basic Touch spec, which includes alloy wheels, two-zone air con, cruise control and sat nav.

The mid-spec trim level will be called Feel, Feel Plus or Sense, depending on the age of the car. These typically get a reversing camera, part-leather upholstery, chrome trim and keyless entry. Top-spec cars, called Flair, Flair Plus or Shine, come with all that plus a panoramic sunroof, xenon headlights, lane-departure warning and adaptive cruise control.

Citroen Grand C4 SpaceTourer interior and technology

The Citroen Grand C4 SpaceTourer’s interior design recalls older French MPVs, where everything is in the middle of the car and there’s nothing directly in front of the driver. It’s rather unique for a modern car, and might take a little getting used to. Automatic cars even have a column shifter to free up interior space.

You’re not seeing double, there are two screens to look at. The seven-inch screen closest to you controls the sat nav, infotainment and climate control functions, which declutters the dashboard but can mean you’re prodding a lot. Top-spec cars also get a lot of buttons on the steering wheel. The cowled top screen is primarily for driving information like your speed and how many miles you’ve got in the tank.

Citroen Grand C4 SpaceTourer engine range explained

Citroen Grand C4 SpaceTourer 1.2 PureTech 130 petrol

You’re wondering if a small petrol engine is the right choice for a big, seven-seat MPV, aren’t you? Well, worry not, as the 130hp turbocharged petrol engine is versatile. It’s available with a six-speed manual or an eight-speed ‘EAT8’ automatic gearbox, and both give a 0-62mph time of around 10 seconds. The big Citroen will feel responsive when lightly loaded, if not rapid. Depending on how and where you drive, you could see up to 48mpg – even if 40mpg is probably more likely once you’ve got people and sports kit on board.

Citroen Grand C4 SpaceTourer 1.5 BlueHDi 130 diesel

Citroen’s BlueHDi engine is a pretty conventional modern diesel engine. It’s not exciting but it is quite economical, with Citroen claiming up to 62mpg. A figure in the low 50s is certainly achievable in mixed driving, and is still quite good for a car of this size. Like the petrol, there are manual and automatic gearboxes available.

Citroen Grand C4 SpaceTourer FAQs

Given how fresh it arguably still looks, it might be surprising that the Citroen Grand C4 SpaceTourer was released back in 2013. There was a five-seat version called the C4 SpaceTourer, but the Grand C4 SpaceTourer soldiered on for a further two years after the smaller one had been dropped. All Grand C4 SpaceTourers come with three rows of seats, and nearly all come with a silver pillar panel that angles around the windows.

It goes without saying that the seven-seat Citroen won’t be a small car but, at 4.6m long, it’s only 10cm longer than the brand’s five-seat C5 Aircross SUV. The height is pretty similar, too. There’s no shortage of space inside, and there’s a real feeling of airiness thanks to those large windows.

The middle seats are clever: they can slide forwards and backwards, and recline if you have laid-back passengers. There’s a flat floor so even the middle seat occupant can stretch out. Legroom is great, headroom is great, it’s all great. One small thing is that the third row of seats is a squeeze for adults, but that’s the case in the majority of seven-seaters.

With all seven seats in place, there’s not much room for luggage. But flip the third row down and you’ve got a massive 632-litre boot. When you need a van, simply fold down the second row as well.

That’s an easy question to answer, as there are only two engines. If you’re a high-mileage driver, get a diesel. If you’re someone who does fewer than 10,000 miles a year and will do a lot of short journeys, buy one with the petrol engine. Drivers who have to contend with low emission zones and congestion charges might want to consider the electric Citroen Berlingo.