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Citroën C4 Cactus
aka Citroën C4
Production 2014-Present
Class Mini crossover
Body Style 5-door hatchback
Length 4,157 mm (163.7 in)
Width 1,729 mm (68.1 in)
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Wheelbase 2,595 mm (102.2 in)
Weight 965 kg (2,127 lb) - 1,070 kg (2,360 lb)
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Engine 1.2 L I3 (petrol)

1.6 L I4 (diesel)

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Similar Citroën C3

Citroën DS3

Peugeot 208

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The Citroën C4 Cactus is a mini crossover produced by French automaker Citroën in Spain. The C4 Cactus is considered as a compact SUV although it is based on the PSA PF1 platform that underpins the smaller Citroën C3 and DS3. A distinctive design feature is the “Airbump” panels on the car's sides, designed to protect the vehicle from damage in car parks. The Citroën C-Cactus concept presented at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show previewed the production version.

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Production started in spring 2014 at PSA's factory in Villaverde, Madrid. Sales commenced in France in June 2014. It is a 5-door SUV in Touch, Feel and Flair trim levels and is powered by 1.2 L Inline-three engine petrol and 1.6 litreInline-four engine diesel engines. In 2016, three further trim levels were added to the C4 Cactus range: Flair Edition, Rip Curl and W. The Rip Curl is a collaboration with the surfing brand of the same name and is marketed as a more adventure-based vehicle, with its 'Grip Control' feature meaning the driver can adjust the car to driving on either tarmac, snow, mud orice. This works by the ECU adjusting the power delivery to each of the front wheels independently, based on whichever wheel has more grip at any one moment. Aside from 4-season Goodyear tyres, all other changes are purely aesthetic, with 'Rip Curl' graphics and orange seat belts amongst the differences. The 'W' trim is an all-white model, with a Pearl White body colour, plus white door mirrors, door handles, roof bars and alloy wheels.

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PSA Peugeot Citroën

Peugeot | Citroën | Gefco | Motaquip

Current (Worldwide): C1 · C3 · C3 Pluriel · C3 Picasso · DS3 · DS3 R3 · C4 · C4 Picasso · C4 Grand Picasso · DS4 · C5 · C6 · C8 · C-Crosser · Berlingo · Jumpy · Jumper · C-Zero EV · AirCross . DS5

Current (China, DPCA): C2 · C-Quatre · C-Elysée · Fukang · Xsara Picasso · Nemo LCV

Historic: Type A · Type C · C2 . 7U · Traction Avant · TUB · TUC · 2CV · Acadiane · Ami 6 / Ami 8 / Ami Super · Axel · AX · BX · CX · C15 · C25 · C35 · Dyane · DS · ID · Evasion · FAF · GS · GSA · H Van · LN · LNA · M35 · Méhari · Saxo · SM · Visa · XM · Xantia · Xsara Picasso · ZX · DS Safari · Bijou · C-Triomphe · Xsara . Berlingo Electrique

Racing: U23 · Belphegor · Xsara WRC · C4 WRC · DS3 WRC

Concept: C-Metisse Concept · G Van Concept · Prototype C Concept · Prototype Y Concept · 2CV Pop Concept · GS Camargue Concept · C44 Concept · Karin Concept · Zabrus Concept · Activa Concept · C6 Lignage Concept · C-Airplay Concept · C-Buggy · C-Airdream · C-Airlounge · C-Sportlounge Concept · Renaissance 2054 Concept · C-Airscape Concept · Cactus-C Concept · NEMO Concept · Hypnos Hybrid Crossover Concept · GTbyCITROËN Concept · C4 WRC HYmotion4 Concept · DS3 Concept · DS Revolte Concept · DS High Rider Concept · Survolt Concept · GQbyCITROËN Concept · Metropolis Hybrid Sedan Concept

One-Off: U55 Cityrama Currus

Iran Khodro · Dongfeng Peugeot-Citroën Automobile · Toyota Peugeot Citroën Automobile · Sevel

André Citroën Corporate website A division of Peugeot-Citroen PSA

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