The New Citroen C5 Tourer | Part Four

Citroen C5 Tourer Rear

Citroen C5 Tourer Rear

The C5 range is offered in a choice of three trim levels - SX, VTR+ and Exclusive – and, just like the Saloon, the Tourer is extremely well specified.

Cruise control and a speed limiter, air-conditioning, external roof bars, an acoustic windscreen and an adaptive front-lighting system (AFS) are all fitted as standard, whilst most versions are equipped with an automatic electric parking-brake and hill-start assist.  For ease of parking and pedestrian safety, the C5 Tourer is also available with front and rear parking sensors, as well as a parking gap assistance system.

All models feature the aesthetic and futuristic design of Citroen’s second generation fixed-hub steering wheel allows for easy access to the tactile, membrane-covered controls of many of the car’s main functions, ensuring focus can be maintained on the road ahead.

The Tourer can also be specified with Citroen’s latest NaviDrive system, featuring a 7-inch colour central display screen and voice activation of the built-in GSM telephone, audio system and satellite navigation.

For unrivalled acoustic comfort, just as in the C5 Saloon, the Tourer benefits from class-leading levels of soundproofing. Unlike its rivals, multiple door seals, an acoustic windscreen and optional laminated side windows, all combine to not only dampen noise, but make the Tourer one of the most secure cars on the market.

For truly opulent comfort levels, the Tourer features generous legroom and ergonomically designed front seats. Drivers can specify a seat-back massage function – putting them in the lap of luxury with a first for the segment.

Citroen C5 | Part Five
Published 21 May 2008 Melanie Carter

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