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Subtle styling changes and a round of engine upgrades for C5 saloon and estate models

Citroen has revealed this upgraded C5, sporting subtle styling changes, new equipment options and a refreshed engine range.

Both saloon and estate models benefit from the upgrades which include new LED lights at the front and new glass for the rear light clusters.

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All C5 Exclusive models will get as standard Citroen’s eTouch emergency and assistance system, which allows a driver to make emergency calls using the car’s in-built SIM card.

The most significant changes, however, are to the engine line-up. All of the C5’s engines have been made EuroV compliant; this has lead to the addition of a new 108bhp 1.6 HDi unit to replace the outgoing EuroIV version.

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The 153bhp 1.6i THP and 237bhp 3.0HDi V6 engines have been be re-homolgated. This means economy increases from 39.8mpg to 42.2mpg and 38.2mpg to 39.2mpg respectively. CO2 emissions also drop 14g/km and 6g/km respectively, too.

The new C5 will go on sale in the UK from Monday, priced from £19,195 for the entry-level 1.6HDi saloon.

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Bogwoppit 27 October 2010

Re: Citroen launches revised C5 range

Yes, much preferred the C5 interior to the Mundano.

The GTA was sublime - imported it 'new' from Malaysia - zero miles, only had 22K on the clock when I sold it and despite being a Selespeed (albeit an entirely different system to the notorious one on 4 cylinder Alfas) was 100% reliable.

The Yeti was more a case of the car I needed rather than wanted, nevertheless it is a deeply impressive piece of kit, really looking forward to Friday morning (been waiting since July!).

rodenal 27 October 2010

Re: Citroen launches revised C5 range

I reckon changing a 156 gta for a yeti (not unless the 156 was crippling me to run) is on a whole other level from changing a mondeo to a c5 (which I would, every day of the week, no questions asked - have you seen the mondeos' interior....bleugh) but each to their own!

Bogwoppit 27 October 2010

Re: Citroen launches revised C5 range

I prefer it to the A4 as well.

Friend got a 2.2 Titanium Mundano in the end and so far so good but still has a soft spot for the C5.

Same set of 'friends' were equally scathing when I announced I was chopping my beloved 156 GTA for a Yeti.

I did however ignore them, and it finally arrives on Friday.