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Overview:

Mileage: 14,060
Trans: Automatic
Body: Estate
Year: 16/66
Colour: Grey
Fuel Type: Diesel

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Key Features

Reference Number: 067-513090

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Specification

"Citroen Grand C4 Picasso Diesel E 1.6 BlueHDi Feel 5dr EAT6 Full service history Features include Air Condition,Alloy Wheels, Bluetooth,call today and book a test drive"

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Nick Locke, General Manager

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Specification
Body Glass
Rear wiper
Panoramic windscreen
Brakes
Traction control
ESP
Electronic parking brake
Hill start assist
ABS + EBD + EBA
Communication
Bluetooth with USB and AUX input
Driver Aids
Variable PAS
Rear parking sensor
Front parking sensor
Coffee Break Alert
Driver Convenience
Remote fuel cap release
Driver Information
Trip computer
Service indicator
7" touch screen
Mirror screen with mirror link and car play
12" HD panoramic screen display
Flat tyre indicator
Citroen connect Nav with connect box
Driving Mirrors
Body colour door mirrors
Body colour electric folding/heated door mirrors
Embellishment Trims
Aluminium dash trim
Aluminium air vent surrounds
Soft touch dashboard
Entertainment
6 speakers
Steering wheel mounted controls
DAB Digital radio
Exterior Body Features
Body colour door handles
Body colour bumpers
Aluminium roof rails
Aluminium effect roof bars
Chrome lower front bumper insert
Aluminium side profile with integrated roof bars
Exterior Lights
Kerbside illumination
Automatic activation of hazard warning lights
'Guide me home' headlamps
Automatic lights and wipers
LED daytime running lights
Heating/Cooling/Ventilation
Rear air vents
Interior Features
Rechargeable torch
Height/reach adjust steering wheel
Rear parcel shelf
Storage under front passenger seat
Removable centre console storage box
Illuminated centre console storage
Sun blinds
Front door pockets with bottle holders
Cup holders
12V accessory sockets - front and rear
Illuminated and ventilated glove box
Storage under driver's seat
12V socket in luggage compartment
Under floor storage compartment [row 2]
Multifunction leather steering wheel
8 lashing eyes in boot
Interior Lights
Interior mood lighting
Boot light
Interior lights activated when doors unlocked
Front and rear courtesy reading lights
Safety
Front lateral airbags
Front seatbelt pretensioners with force limiters
Passenger airbag deactivate switch
5 three point inertia reel seatbelts
Adaptive driver and front passenger airbags
Front and rear (row 2) curtain airbags
Front seatbelt unfastened audible+visual warnings
Tyre pressure monitor
Seats
Front headrests
Height/tilt adjustable driver's seat
Height adjustable armrests on front seats
Front passenger seat height adjust
Front seat back storage pockets
Three individual sliding/fold flat rear seats [row 2]
Three foldable/retractable rear head restraints [row 2]
Rear top tether child seat ISOFIX attachment
Folding front passenger seat
Security
Remote central locking + deadlocks
Transponder immobiliser
Perimetric and volumetric anti theft alarm
Automatic boot locking
Automatic door locking
Vanity Mirrors
Driver/passenger sunvisors and vanity mirrors
Wheels - Alloy
17" Anaconda Alloy wheels
17" Boa alloy wheels
Wheels - Spare
Space saver spare wheel

The specification listed for this vehicle was standard when purchased new. The actual specification may vary, for confirmation, please contact our sales department.

Features

Ten Second Review

Citroen's classy, glassy mid-sized 7-seat people moved, once called the Grand C4 Picasso and now known as the Grand C4 Space Tourer, brought a new level of sophistication to the People Carrying market at its launch in 2013 - and still does. Today's improved design features extra safety kit and, in this BlueHDi 120 guise, an efficient BlueHDi diesel engine mated to the option of an improved EAT6 paddle-shift gearbox. For growing families, this avant garde people carrier continues to combine style and substance like little else.

Background

Style isn't generally high on the list of attributes that typical family buyers are looking for when it comes to the purchase of a 7-seat MPV. Still, it's nice to have - and could be the deciding factor if you're faced with options that all seem much of a muchness in terms of price and practicality. Such is the appeal of Citroen's Grand C4 Picasso, the 7-seat version of the brand's 5-seat C4 Picasso model. Both cars are now well into their second generation model run, the new design first introduced back in 2013, but since improved with more efficient BlueHDi diesel and PureTech petrol engines. Now the car has had a minor facelift too. The version most 'Grand' customers choose is the one with the mid-range 'BlueHDi 120' diesel engine and we thought we'd check it out with the brand's improved EAT6 semi-auto gearbox, a good match for the torquey powerplant.

Driving Experience

Citroen is offering two 1.6-litre diesel options to Grand C4 Space Tourer buyers, a base 100bhp unit and the 120bhp variant we're looking at here, which has the advantage that it can be optionally mated to the efficient 6-speed semi-automatic EAT6 gearbox we tried. None of the 1.6-litre BlueHDi derivatives have the power to really set the heart racing, 62mph from rest in the BlueHDi 120 EAT6 variant needing 11.2s en route to 117mph. Until you master it and lift off between changes made via the steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters, the EAT6 transmission can seem jerky and unresponsive, though it's better in this respect than the previous EGS 'box that was previously fitted to the old Picasso model. Once you adjust though, the system actually works very well. We can see though, why many would be more comfortable with a more conventional manual 'box. While lacking the sharpness and feel of more dynamic rivals, the Grand C4 Picasso still turns into corners with confidence, and despite more body movement, always remains composed. The ride is also accomplished - it soaks up bumps with ease and is supple enough to isolate imperfections from the cabin. The self-levelling rear suspension and long wheelbase give the car a very relaxed gait, and excellent straightline stability.

Design and Build

The change of name hasn't come with a change of look, so these revised SpaceTourer models keep the previous C4 Picasso's three-tiered light signature at the front, which is synonymous with Citroen's contemporary design language. The grille is separated into two parts by the body-coloured bumper and sports a glossy black registration plate mount and a second air intake. Plus there are smart 3D-effect rear lights, classy 17-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels and buyers get the option of a black two-tone roof, with the option of a silver coloured roof bar option. Otherwise, it's much as before, with clever interior packaging that designer Frederic Soubirou is clearly proud of. We like the optional lounge-style front passenger seat that features an extendable footrest and massage function. On a more practical note, you get up to 793-litres of bootspace when the third row of seats is pushed into the floor, a total that can rise as high as 2,181-litres with the middle row also folded. Those middle row seats can be slid back and forth, reclined or folded flat independently of one another. What's more, the floor is devoid of a raised tunnel, aiding utility still further. The side windows do angle in fairly sharply which can make taller rear seat passengers feel a little pinched - and the rearmost pews are really only suitable for kids. Other than that it's hard to find fault. Materials quality in the cabin is smart, with classy metal finishes and simple yet effective ergonomics, something we have rarely been able to say of previous Citroens.

Market and Model

You'll pay a premium of £1,700 to get this 7-seat Grand C4 Picasso model rather than the standard 5-seat variant. Prices for the BlueHDi diesel 'Grand' models start at just under £24,000 for the 100bhp variant; we think it's probably worth finding £800 more for the slightly pokier 120bhp version featured here and there's a further £1,360 premium to find if you want the EAT6 semi-automatic transmission. Mind you, that lot will bring the asking price of your Grand C4 Space Tourer close to the £26,000 point, even if you go for entry-level 'Touch Edition' trim. Plusher 'Feel' and 'Flair' variants are available further up the range. Recent media developments include a Citroen Connect radio that includes Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink smartphone connectivity. And a 'Citroen Connect Nav' system with connected services that can tell you everything from weather forecasts to local parking and fuel station info. These functions, like many others in the cabin, are marshalled by the big touch screen display. We know some of you prefer the tactility of a switch or button and there are occasions when the C4 Picasso's screen demands your attention for longer than is ideal, such as when adjusting the cabin temperature settings, which will require you to navigate away from, say, the sat nav or stereo functions and find the ventilation screen. Yes, it helps clean up the fascia but at some cost to actual everyday utility. Even entry-level Grand C4 SpaceTourers are fitted as standard with alloy wheels, Bluetooth and a six-speaker stereo with a USB socket. Range-topping 'Flair' models get features such as adaptive cruise control and the rather lovely lounge-style front passenger seats. It's just like being in a TGV. Except slower and without French school kids constantly running past. 'Flair' trim also now gets you extra standard safety kit, including Driver Attention Alert, Speed Sign Recognition and Recommendation, and Active Safety Brake.

Cost of Ownership

Citroen's BlueHDi diesel technology combines an efficient Stop & Start system, a reversible alternator that recovers energy during braking, an e-booster function that re-starts the engine instantly (in 0.4 seconds) and a refined Euro 6 1.6-litre engine with, in this case, a 6-speed EAT6 semi-auto transmission. This advanced powertrain delivers combined cycle economy of 72.4mpg for the Grand C4 Space Tourer BlueHDi 120 EAT6, with CO2 emissions of 106g/km. That's better than the manual gearbox version manages (70.6mpg and 105g/km). What else? Well Citroen's MPV models have a good reputation on the used market and they tend to hold their values better than some of the marque's other products. Maintenance costs will be aided by the option of an affordable three year servicing plan. Plus there are reasonable insurance groupings rand the usual three year / 60,000 mile warranty.

Rear wiper, Traction control, Bluetooth with USB and AUX input, Variable PAS, Remote fuel cap release, Trip computer, Body colour electric folding/heated door mirrors, Aluminium dash trim, 6 speakers, Body colour door handles...

Performance

Performance
Performance
0 to 60 mph (secs)
0 to 62 mph (secs)11.5
Engine Power - BHP120
Engine Power - KW88
Engine Power - PS
Engine Power - RPM3500
Engine Torque - LBS.FT221
Engine Torque - MKG30.6
Engine Torque - NM300
Engine Torque - RPM1750
Top Speed117

Go Green

Green Stats
Emissions - ICE
CO2 (g/km)106 (g/km)
HCN
Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 6
Fuel Consumption - ICE
EC Combined (mpg)68.9
EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies
EC Extra Urban (mpg)74.3
EC Urban (mpg)61.4

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