Citroen has recently pulled the wraps off the C-Elysee, a low-cost sedan which will be launched in Europe soon.
The new low-cost sedan developed by Citroen, the C-Elysee, is the French based automaker’s response to the upcoming generation of the Dacia/Renault Logan and its engines are offering outputs between 72 HP and 115 HP. Unlike the Logan, the Citroen C-Elysee is offering the top of the line version with an automatic transmission and even future owners of the entry-level variant can choose an automatic gearbox, but this one will only have five speeds.
The Citroen C-Elysee is 4,43 meters long, 1,7 meters wide and 1,47 meters tall and, thanks to its generous size, the model has the longest wheelbase in the C-segment sedans, 2,65 meters. The Citroen C-Elysee will hit the market with features like the auto pilot, speed limiter, rear parking sensors, air conditioning, Radio/CD/MP3, Bluetooth, navigation system, rear-view camera and keyless entry.
The new French low-cost sedan will be offered with a 72 HP and 110 Nm Vti engine for the base entry-level version which is burning just 5 liters of fuel every 100 km, but if this won’t attract you, Citroen is also offering a 92 HP diesel engine which will lower the fuel consumption to 4.1 L/100 km.
Source: Auto Market