Citroen Announces DS4 Pricing

The French carmaker has released its European pricing details for the new DS4, a model that blends exclusivity and versatility and is based on the current C4. The second member of the DS family should arrive in as early as next month, sporting a pricetag of €22,500 (GBP19,132) for the base model equipped with a 120hp 1.6-liter petrol unit.

The 2011 crossover will be launched with a choice of five refined and efficient Euro 5 engines, two of which are HDi diesels - a 1.6-liter HDi with 110 hp (also available as e-HDi version) and a 2.0-liter with 160 hp, both fitted with Citroen’s Diesel Particulate Filter System. The three petrol powerplants consist of the VTi 1.6-liter with 120 hp, and two turbocharged mills, co-developed with BMW, that produce either 155 hp or 200 hp. All engines are available with manual or EGS six-speed gearboxes.

The 2011 DS4’s cabin is dominated by the large panoramic windscreen that extends backwards into the roofline, offering up to 45 degrees of upward vision. The panoramic area provides optimized visibility for the driver, with a bright yet intimate, airy cabin environment for passengers. Standard features available include an advanced audio system with processing software, ABS, TCS and ESP, multiple airbags, foglights, cruise control, stereo, air conditioning and trip computer.

The French carmaker has promised plenty of standard equipment inside the plush cabin as well, including 'Bracelet' leather on the seats, dashboard and door tops, which is normally reserved for premium cars. The rear door handles should be hidden, like those on Alfa Romeo models, providing the look of a sportier three-door model.

Here is the pricing list released by Citroen:
  • Citroen DS4 1.6 VTI (120 hp): €22,500 (GBP19,132)
  • Citroen DS4 1.6 THP (155 hp): €25,900 (GBP22.023)
  • Citroen DS4 1.6 THP (200 hp) €31,900 (GBP27,125)
  • Citroen DS4 1.6 HDI (110 hp): €23,900 (GBP20,422)
  • Citroen DS4 1.6 e-HDI (110 hp): €24,500 (GBP20,833)
  • Citroen DS4 2.0 HDI (160 hp): €29,000 (GBP24,659)
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