The New More Fuel Efficient Citroen C5

Citroen C5

Citroen C5

The 1.6HDi 110hp engine in the Citroen C5 range has been re-homologated and now offers improved fuel efficiency, lower CO2 emissions and free first year VED.

These improvements affect all trim levels of the Citroen C5 Saloon and Tourer that are powered by the HDi 110hp unit. Fuel economy, over the combined cycle, has improved 6% to 56.5mpg, whilst CO2 emissions have been slashed by 10g/km, from 140g to 130g. The changes bring these Citroen C5 models into the new VED Band D, qualifying them for free road tax in the first year. Company car drivers also stand to benefit, thanks to a 1-point reduction in BIK taxation rates - down to 18%.

Saloon & Tourer VTR & VTR+Nav Models C5 1.6HDi 110hp
Urban Cycle 44.1mpg (previously 42.8mpg)
Extra Urban Cycle 67.3mpg (previously 61.4mpg)
Combined Cycle 56.5mpg (previously 53.3mpg)
CO2 emissions 130g/km (previously 140g/km)
Published 7 April 2010 Staff

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