The New Citroen C8 - Combining Business With Pleasure

Citroen C8

 

The New Citroen C8 people carrier, with its dynamic styling, 3,000 litres of load space, and hi-tech features such as electric sliding side doors, tri-zone air conditioning and triple electric sunroofs, will re-inforce the Company’s reputation for offering buyers the optimum combination of style, space and technology when it goes on sale in the UK from at the end of January.

And with recommended retail prices starting from just £18,295, Citroen’s brand new full-size MPV will appeal equally to company car drivers looking for all the style, driveability and equipment associated with executive travel and to families demanding a car with space, versatility and high levels of safety for everyday use.

The New C8 possesses a stylish exterior look that incorporates features such as 2-in-1 ‘aluminium’ effect door handles, blackout windows, and mirrors with built-in indicators. At the front, the compact, ribbed bonnet sweeps up to the vast panoramic windscreen, while flowing, aerodynamic lines stretch along the sides towards the wide tailgate, with blacked-out glass, which is flanked by tall, sleek tail lamps.

Inside the cabin, the eye-catching dashboard design features an arch, which sweeps across the width of the windscreen and frames the centrally located instrument cluster with its three luminescent dials. The gear lever is conveniently mounted on the raised central console, freeing up space within the cabin, while the use of high quality tactile materials on the dash combines with attractive ‘aluminium’ effect touches to enrich the general feeling of refinement.

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Published 18 January 2003 Melanie Carter
 

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