Citroen names C4 and C2 special editions after WRC star.
11 January 2007

Citroen has produced 400 C4 and 320 C2 special editions in conjunction with three times Rally World Champion, Sebastien Loeb. On sale now, both models are available in red or black and come with unique exterior and interior design features including 'by Loeb' badging.

The C4 by Loeb comes with the 180bhp 2.0 petrol engine at a cost of £14,995, or 110bhp 1.6 petrol and diesel variants are also available from £12,795. The C2 special edition is fitted with a 125bhp 1.2 petrol engine and costs £9,995.

Our Verdict

Citroën C4
The Citroën C4 range comprises three diesel and three petrol engines, plus three trim levels

An admirable car, but there is an abundance of much better rivals

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