Citroen has a long history of building autos that are both peculiar and engaging. The new C4 Cactus has been intended to proceed with that pattern, with an effortlessness to its outline and fabricate that makes it lighter and less expensive than opponent hatchbacks.
extremely basic. A large portion of the auto’s less prompt controls are relocated onto a solitary touchscreen amidst the dash, with a little digi-case dealing with the speedo before the driver, so within is surprisingly mess free. There’s masses of capacity, the choice of a front seat in the event that you go for the (as a matter of fact not exceptionally attractive) auto, and a shocking real esatate in the back given its supermini-determined roots. It’s a truly extremely wonderful spot to be – straightforward, however not stark.
What’s more, the back seats just overlay down in one piece, as opposed to part in two to give you a chance to convey longer things and a solitary back traveler in the meantime. What’s more, notwithstanding when they’re collapsed, they don’t lie totally level.
In the interim, two substantial grown-ups in advance may end up rubbing elbows every so often, however at any rate there’s sufficient leg and headroom up here. In the back, however, bear room is at a premium, as is headroom on the off chance that you indicate the discretionary all encompassing sunroof. Toss in pop-out (instead of wind-down) back windows and the back of the Cactus can make you feel somewhat claustrophobic.
No less than a variety of cubby openings and an extensive glovebox give all that anyone could need capacity to ordinary things. The back seats particularly profit by tremendous stockpiling ranges in the back entryways – a reward for stowing kid-related stuff. The suspension fitted to the C4 Cactus is sensibly delicate, so giving you pick a model fitted with 15in or 16in wheels you get a smooth roll over uneven surfaces and a made ride around town.
Stay away from the 17in wheels, however, in light of the fact that the stiffer tires they accompany make the ride more jumpy, and cause the C4 Cactus to crash obnoxiously through bigger grooves and knocks.
The Cactus is not an auto you purchase for the physical sensations connected with driving. There’s a decision of traditional four-chamber diesel power, or a progression of 1.2-liter petrol triples topping out at a strong 109bhp, and none offers face-straining execution – 9.3 seconds to 62mph and 117mph top end, notwithstanding for the top model. The petrols are the ones to have – the strange drone suiting the weirdo styling and without the snort to get you into any genuine inconven
Citroën C4 Cactus 2014 Design Interior Exterior