Available from £23,225 for the entry-level Feel edition, the C5 Aircross is equipped with an 8.0in touchscreen and 12.3in digital instrument display, wireless smartphone charging and Citroën’s new Progressive Hydraulic Cushion suspension system as standard on all models. A total of 20 driver assist systems are included, too.
The Feel trim package comes with a 1.2-litre, three-cylinder Puretech petrol engine in entry-level form, while a 1.5-litre BlueHDi diesel engine is available from £24,725. Both engines produce 128bhp. Buyers also have the option of a six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic gearbox.
Mid-level Flair trim starts at £25,325 with the manual gearbox, and automatic variants are an option from £28,425. A larger, 178bhp 2.0-litre diesel engine can be equipped from £30,325. Also available at this level is a contrasting black roof and a half-leather interior.
A 1.6-litre Puretech petrol engine, offering 181bhp, is an option for both Flair and Flair Plus models.
The range-topping Flair Plus can be equipped with all engines, with top-spec models costing £32,725.
With grey cloth interior fitted as standard to cars with the Feel trim package, Flair and Flair Plus models can be optioned with Brown Nappa leather seats, Alcantara seat backs, a two-tone leather steering wheel and a range of metallic and pearlescent exterior paint finishes.
It is the second model to receive Citroën’s new rally-derived Progressive Hydraulic Cushion suspension system, following the C4 Cactus, which aims to deliver “peerless comfort” while retaining the relaxed characteristics of the company’s long-standing hydropneumatic system.