CO2 cut for Citroën Grand C4 Spacetourer
11 January 2021
Author: Sean Keywood
Citroën has announced a reduction in official CO2 emissions for some models in its Grand C4 Spacetourer MPV range.
Effective from March, there will be a 3g/km drop in official CO2 emissions from three-cylinder petrol automatic variants.
Citroën says this has been achieved by fitting a new battery and a new high-efficiency alternator.
It means a 1% company car BIK tax drop for vehicles with the entry-level Live and mid-range Sense equipment grades.
Following a price cut applied to the Grand C4 Spacetourer range last month, the reduced-CO2 models are available to buy for £27,820 in Live spec, £29,920 with Sense, and £32,270 with the range-topping Shine grade.
Standard equipment on all models includes a 12in panoramic HD driver display, a 7in touchscreen with sat-nav, and rear parking sensors.
The Sense grade also comes with a reversing camera, dark tinted side and rear windows, keyless entry and start, autonomous emergency braking and driver attention alert, while Shine spec adds a panoramic sunroof, xenon headlights, a powered tailgate, active cruise control and blind-spot monitoring.