Citroen C5 X, the new flagship of France is available with the PureTech 130 S&S EAT8 engine of three and four cylinders and a plug-in hybrid of 225 HP. and it is a D-segment car that exudes sophistication, elegance and innovation, as is the tradition of the top Stellantis brand cars.
It has plenty of room on board and a very generous, easily accessible boot with 545 liters of completely flat floor space that makes it closer to a station wagon with a higher ground floor than an SUV, so much so that it could be described as two. -and-a-half volume.The bonnet is raised, has flowing and aerodynamic lines, a high beltline and large wheels. It has a length of 4,805 mm, a width of 1,865 mm and a height of 1,485 mm with a wheelbase of 2,785 mm, which ensures good space for the rear passengers.
Brand new is the Citroën Advanced Comfort suspension which adds a sense of absolute lightness in any driving situation.
In the plug-in hybrid version, with the ë-Comfort that comes from being able to move in electric mode in everyday life, the C5 X further increases the feeling of stability on board.
The modern technologies available make the C5 X easier to use, such as the Extended Head Up Display and a series of aids (Adas) that improve the driver’s peace of mind such as Highway Driver Assist, or the new infotainment system with a 12-inch touchscreen HD, Native Voice Recognition and customizable display with widgets, just like a tablet. Multimedia then is ensured by 4 USB type C sockets and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard.
Prices start at 34,200 euros for the C5 X PureTech 130 petrol in the Feel Pack version and rise to 51,150 euros for the C5 X Hybrid 225 ë-EAT8 with the Shine Pack configuration, the main news, even if it has already been released. tested on other models. The hybrid drive is based on the combination of the 180 HP 1.6 petrol engine. and electric motor of 81.2 kW and additional torque of 320 Nm. It is available with a declared range of up to 54 km in full electric mode and consumption, in the combined WLTP cycle, of 1.19 l/100 km.