Minor interior facelift, plus revised engine and gearbox options

The Citroen C-Crosser has been facelifted, getting a revised interior, a cleaner diesel engine and the option of a dual clutch gearbox.

The new six-speed gearbox has been mated to the revised 154bhp 2.2-litre diesel engine, and is available at the VTR+ and Exclusive trim levels.

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The gearbox can be used as a manual and automatic, with paddleshifts located behind the steering wheel. Drivers can select a 'Sport' mode to speed up changes.

The automatic version averages 38.7mpg and emits 192g/km of Co2, which compares to 40.4mpg and 185g/km for the manual version.

The interior modifications include an updated dashboard with new chrome inserts and vents, while automatic wipers are now standard across the range. Bluetooth connectivity will also be standard on Exclusive trim models.

Prices start from £23,345 - the same as at present.

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Our Verdict

Citroën C-Crosser SUV

Citroën’s first foray into the SUV world makes a competent all-rounder

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