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This is an old car model that is no longer for sale by the local distributor since Dec 2017.
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(launched 2014, facelifted Jan-2017)

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1.6 BlueHDi 120 EAT6 (A)

Facelifted on Jan-2017

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24.4km/L 120 bhp 6-speed (A)
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1.6 BlueHDi EAT6 CONFORT (A)
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24.4km/L 120 bhp 6-speed (A)
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1.6 e-HDi ETG6 INTENSIVE (A)
$153,988 (Sep 2015) spacer
25km/L 114 bhp 6-speed (A)
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1.6 e-THP ETG6 INTENSIVE + (A)
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17.8km/L 114 bhp 6-speed (A)
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Citroen Grand C4 Picasso Diesel
4 stars - based on 21 reviews
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Car Review - Citroen Grand C4 Picasso 1.6 e-HDi ETG6 INTENSIVE (A)
Citroen's new seven-seater MPV is lighter and more fuel efficient, and is light years ahead with its futuristic space-age design.
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Comparison - Grand C4 Picasso 1.6 e-HDi INTENSIVE (A) vs Touran Diesel 1.6 TDI (A)
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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4.0
 
21 Consumer Reviews

 
A SG basic car - Citroen Grand C4 Picasso Diesel `
If you study this car, you will find some advanced function like parking assist, 360 view etc. But there is not equipped when importing to Singapore. So we just purchased a basic function car with some nowadays functions like reverse camera... Before you really want to buy this car, please google its manual, pick up the advanced feature and ask the sales man whether SG Citroen Grand C4 Picasso Diesel have that
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Bang for the buck! `
Have driven this for over a month already since collecting it from CnC. Last 2 rides was a Volvo XC60 and a Volkswagen Scirocco...So you get a sense of what i am comparing with in terms of luxury and performance. The Grand C4 Picasso diesel does not compromise much on performance given its MPV classification. Handles very well for a large car and the turbo diesel engine is excellent for city traffic...Have clocked about 740km so far for Singapore driving on a full tank with a new engine. Stable at speeds with excellent all round visibility! Hardly any blindspots. Comfort is superb and air conditioning is great too...Perfect for our climate. Equipment levels are excellent in my opinion for the price.
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One of the better French design MPVs but the Gearbox is a let-down `
When it was launched, it captured imagination of many that this was a spaceship on the roads. With its 'hidden' headlights and visible LED DRL, the car exudes some futuristic sense in the current times. Fast forward today, it still exudes an aura of futuristic car with its bold styling on the front and rear. As an MPV, this is one that I would love to be seen in, rather than loathe that this is another 'passenger van' like some other MPVs with similar 'namesake'. But once you get into the car, i guess that's where it gets more 'interesting'. First thing I noticed, probably being a bit OCD, is the antennae sticking out from behind the steering. Unfortunately, this irks me BIG time and I just couldn't get around why the signal stick is there. Alas, it isn't the signal stick ... But supposedly the "Gear knob" Or a.K.A. Gear selector. Reminds me of the gear STICK that adorned taxis back in the day when it was Toyota Crown that ruled the roost back in the 90s. The steering is pretty complicated with all the buttons and controls but i'm sure driving it for a few days, one will get used to it ... Unlike some other simpler control buttons that adorns its other French cousins (ie. Peugeot and Renault). The engine is punchy and surprisingly smooth for a turbo-diesel engine but the transmission changes need some getting used to. You'll need to lift your feet off the pedal during the gear changes, like how you'd do with a manual car, but i thought this is rather backward. With the advancement of transmission technology, Citroen should have moved on to shift with majority's expectations on transmission selection - and unfortunately, this is one major area why it'll be hard to convince me to purchase the C4. Otherwise its a fair car to drive but stiff competitions from its French cousins in Renault and Peugeot which offers more attractive models and even pricing!
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Not the perfect car but close `
I've been driving the C4GP for 1 mth+, Previously I've driven kimchi and sushi makes. So far it has been a wonderful ride. Exterior: I've looked at other MPVs prior to buying this car, and I think few would disagree with me that for MPVs, this is one of the handsome MPVs around.Even with the stripped down version in SG w/O the 3D LED taillight, it's still a looker. Interior: Due to the careful placement of the aircon vents, gear levers etc... The interior space is maximised though from outside the car does not look big. My family absolutely loved the spacious interior! With the super large windscreen and moonroof, the view frm inside is simply unbeatable. Controls and panels are located on a touchscreen and a large LCD display with reduce clutter and make the dashboard look very neat. Drive: Drive is quiet and smooth.The grouse is that gear changing between 2 and 3 is sometimes abit jerky even though the new version is using the new Aisin 6AT gearbox. Coming frm CVT cars , this will need time to get used to.Road and diesel engine noise is kept to a minimum by the sound insulation, interior noise is same if not better than my previous petrol cars.The turbo helps the engine to move through the low gears but won't give u the omph like sports car.The engine is frugal and give a comfortable ride. Features: Mainly due to the need to keep the price of this car low, many of the features that are available in Europe markets are stripped off. I.E. Massage chairs, electric memory chairs, adaptive cruise control, collision avoidance sys, 3D LED taillight, electric tailgate, all round camera and park assist. Seats are easy to fold and unfold though they are mostly manual. Nonetheless this car is a great choice for those who only need the 6&7 seats 20-30% Of the time.
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