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This Pentagon demonstrator Citroen C4 Picasso, registration number FV17HCF, was registered on 28th July 2017. Finished in Lazuli Blue, it has a 120 BHP Diesel engine with a Automatic gearbox. Highlights Include Satellite Navigation, 18 Inch Alloy Wheels, Bluetooth Connectivity, Dual Climate Control, Cruise Control, Parking Sensors, Reverse Camera, Digital Radio, Auxiliary And Usb Inputs, Automatic Lights And Wipers, ISofix Fittings

  • Mileage7,999
  • Fuel TypeDiesel
  • Engine120
  • TransmissionAutomatic
  • MPG72.40
  • CO2103
  • Road Tax£140 VED
  • 1 Previous Owners1
  • Insurance Group20E
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  • BluetoothBluetooth Connectivity
  • DABDAB Digital Radio
  • Air ConditioningAir Conditioning
  • USB ConnectUSB Connect
  • Rear View CameraRear View Camera
  • IsofixIsofix
  • Tyre Pressure MonitoringTyre Pressure Monitoring
  • Alloy WheelsAlloy Wheels
  • Touch Screen DisplayTouch Screen Display
  • Traction controlTraction control
  • AirbagsAirbags

Highlights Include Satellite Navigation, 18 Inch Alloy Wheels, Bluetooth Connectivity, Dual Climate Control, Cruise Control, Parking Sensors, Reverse Camera, Digital Radio, Auxiliary And Usb Inputs, Automatic Lights And Wipers, ISofix Fittings

+ Driver Convenience
  • 12" HD panoramic screen display
  • 6 speakers
  • 7" touch screen
  • Bluetooth with USB and AUX input
  • Boot light
  • Citroen connect Nav with connect box
  • Coffee Break Alert
  • DAB Digital radio
  • Dual zone automatic air conditioning
  • Flat tyre indicator
  • Front and rear courtesy reading lights
  • Front parking sensor
  • Interior lights activated when doors unlocked
  • Interior mood lighting
  • Mirror screen with mirror link and car play
  • Rear air vents
  • Rear parking sensor
  • Remote fuel cap release
  • Reversing camera
  • Scented air freshener
  • Service indicator
  • Steering wheel mounted controls
  • Trip computer
  • Variable power assisted steering
+ Exterior Features
  • 'Guide me home' headlamps
  • 17'' Mamba alloy wheels
  • 3D effect LED rear lights
  • Auto-dipping door mirrors in reverse gear
  • Automatic activation of hazard warning lights
  • Automatic lights and wipers
  • Body colour bumpers
  • Body colour door mirrors
  • Body colour electric folding/heated door mirrors
  • Chrome lower front bumper insert
  • Chrome side signature
  • Dark tinted rear side windows
  • Dark tinted rear windscreen
  • Electric front/rear windows with one touch/anti pinch
  • Foot operated motorised tailgate
  • Gloss black door handles with chrome insert
  • Kerbside illumination
  • LED daytime running lights
  • Panoramic glass sunroof with dark tinted glass/electric sunblind
  • Panoramic windscreen
  • Rear wiper
  • Space saver spare wheel
+ Interior Features
  • 12V accessory sockets - front and rear
  • 12V socket in luggage compartment
  • 4 Lashing eyes in boot
  • Aircraft type trays in front seat backrests
  • Child observation mirror
  • Cup holders
  • Driver/passenger sunvisors and vanity mirrors
  • Front and rear luxury velour carpet mats
  • Front door pockets with bottle holders
  • Front headrests
  • Front seat back storage pockets
  • Height adjustable armrests on front seats
  • Height/reach adjust steering wheel
  • Height/tilt adjustable driver's seat
  • Illuminated and ventilated glove box
  • Illuminated centre console storage
  • Multifunction leather steering wheel
  • Rear parcel shelf
  • Rear top tether child seat ISOFIX attachment
  • Rechargeable torch
  • Removable centre console storage box
  • Retractable sunblinds in 2nd row
  • Storage under driver's seat
  • Three foldable/retractable rear head restraints [row 2]
  • Three individual sliding/fold flat rear seats [row 2]
  • Under floor storage compartment [row 2]
+ Safety
  • 5 three point inertia reel seatbelts
  • Active seatbelt safety system
  • Adaptive driver and front passenger airbags
  • Anti-lock Brake System + Electronic Brakeforce Distribution + Emergency Brake Assit
  • Electronic Stability Programme
  • Electronic parking brake
  • Front and rear (row 2) curtain airbags
  • Front lateral airbags
  • Front seatbelt pretensioners with force limiters
  • Front seatbelt unfastened audible+visual warnings
  • Hill start assist
  • Passenger airbag deactivate switch
  • Traction control
  • Two tone horn
  • Tyre pressure monitor
+ Security
  • Automatic boot locking
  • Automatic door locking
  • Keyless entry and start
  • Perimetric and volumetric anti theft alarm
  • Remote central locking + deadlocks
  • Transponder immobiliser
+ Other
  • Aluminium air vent surrounds
  • Aluminium dash trim

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+ Introduction
Citroen C4 Picasso - Introduction

If you need a family-sized five-seat MPV but don't necessarily want one, look straight to this car, the second generation Citroen C4 Picasso, launched in 2013. It's extravagantly designed and comes with some genuinely innovative features. The basics of space, safety and cost-effectiveness are all taken care of, but where this model really excels is in the other things: style, technology and a very emotive feel. It's a bit special. Here's how to bag a used one.
+ Models
Citroen C4 Picasso - Models

(5 door MPV: 1.6 petrol, 1.6, 2.0 turbodiesel [VTR, VTR+, Exclusive, Exclusive+])
+ History
Citroen C4 Picasso - History

Picasso. The name that launched both a generation of art and a several generations of small Citroen people carrier. The great Spaniard's family fell out with each other over the decision to grant this French car maker use of Senor Pablo's famous name, but it's certainly been worth the legal wrangling for Citroen. By 2013, the brand had chalked up over three million Picasso model sales, the success story starting with the Xsara Picasso, launched in 1999. In 2007, that model was replaced by a far more modern successor, the C4 Picasso, a car that in 2013 was re-launched in the futuristic second generation guise we're going to look at here.

It's tempting to think of MPV people carriers as one of the most boring sectors of car design; boxes on wheels if you will, with little wit or verve to their execution. Here, things are very different. Yes, what we have in this case is a box with wheels at each corner, but as any kid at Christmas will tell you, not all boxes are created equal. It may have been created to go head to head with five-seat MPV rivals such as the Ford C-MAX and the Renault Scenic but this MK2 C4 Picasso feels cut from rather different cloth. Emboldened by the success of their boutique DS line of cars, Citroen decided to inject a measure of style and desirability into many of its other wares and this design still looks like something that's just driven off a motor show stand.

But at launch in 2013, it faced a difficult task. Then, as today, the People Carrying market was very different from the one Citroen started with at the turn of the century. Many buyers in this sector now demand more than five seats and even those that don't may well feel that the latest generation of more practically-orientated Focus-style family hatchbacks, Qashqai-like Crossovers and small SUVs offer many MPV-like virtues. On top of that, by 2013, Citroen was also offering the only slightly smaller C3 Picasso supermini-MPV to buyers, a car that could offer many of this C4 model's virtues for a useful price saving.

Hence the need here for a very clever piece of product design indeed, one that clearly speaks to family buyers who need practicality but don't want to sacrifice style. Which is how we ended up something so glassy and futuristic-looking, a car that comes stuffed with hi-tech gadgetry and fitted with a more up-to-date range of more efficient engines. This MK2 model C4 Picasso sold until mid-2016, when it was replaced by a lightly facelifted model.
+ What You Get
Citroen C4 Picasso - What You Get

Only the French could build an MPV that looks this good, a responsibility they seem to take very seriously for it's clear that a huge proportion of this vehicle's budget was lavished on design inside and out. The futuristic front end offers daytime running lights under a chrome strip where you'd expect the headlamps to be. They're further down, flanking the top corners of a trapezoidal air intake that sits below the lovely, softer-looking Citroen logo that sits front and centre.

Along the side of the car, a signature 'C' shape trim in chrome adds personality to sculpted body panels that aim to put an end to the days of slab-sided MPVs and are styled to disguise the fact that this second generation design is shorter and lower than its predecessor. Moving round to the back, you get an Audi Q5-style clamshell-like tailgate wide enough to house a complete complement of rear lights that from new, could be ordered with a distinctive 3D illumination.

And inside? Well the first thing you'll notice is the Panoramic windscreen. Push up its sunvisor and your normal upward 28-degree angle of vision will be increased to a massive 108-degrees - a better view out in fact than you'd get roof-down in a convertible where the windscreen rail is usually directly above your head. Practically, it means you don't have to crane your neck up when, for example, you're first in the queue at the traffic lights. Subjectively, it does wonders in increasing the light, airy feeling of the cabin. If you really don't like it, you can pull the sunvisor back down again to the point where the top of the roof would normally be.

And that's just the start of the contemporary cleverness. Designer Frederic Soubirou describes the interior as being inspired by contemporary loft-style living. It's uncompromisingly modern, airy and there are a few touches that are quite extravagantly designed, like the optional 'Relax' front passenger seat that lets the occupant raise, stretch and rest their legs. The days of Citroens feeling built down to a price with all the design flair of a buffet car cheese sandwich are thankfully consigned to the past. Compare this cabin to that of, say, a Xsara Picasso and you'd never believe they came from the same manufacturer.

The dashboard is dominated by twin screens. Most new cars have some sort of central infotainment screen these days like this Citroen's tablet-style 7-inch display but more unusual is the snazzily futuristic 12 inch panoramic HD panel up top which replaces the normal set of conventional dialled instrument gauges. Unfortunately, this feature wasn't standard on all models, but if you're buying this car, do try and stretch up to a trim level that has it for this is one of the defining parts of this hi-tech design. This top screen is primarily there to show a virtual speedometer but it can also be configured to display all sorts of information such as cruise control and speed-limiter settings. You can also change the display of the dials from round to square - though we're not sure why you'd want to. More useful is the option of changing the screen's overall theme and uploading a personal photograph from a USB stick as a backdrop.

We're not quite so sure about the infotainment screen, though at least it was standard across the range. As well as managing sat nav, stereo sounds and Bluetooth compatibility, it also aims to reduce dashboard button clutter by replacing a conventional set of ventilation and air conditioning controls. While this seems a great idea in principle, it can be a bit annoying when, say, you're driving along with the sat nav showing, to have to take your eyes off the road and shuttle through the menus just to change the temperature, stabbing away at the touchscreen to try and get a response.

There's more to the cabin than just those screens though. You'll need a bit of time to get used to the steering wheel which, somewhat ironically given the clean open feel of the dash, is festooned with buttons. Still, it's beautifully made, with a polished metal trim on plusher models and stitched leather finish that's symptomatic of build quality leagues better than the previous C4 Picasso thanks to some lovely soft-touch materials used on the dash as well as glossy blacks, sparkle-effect finishes and proper satin chrome inlays. Yes, if you hunt around in the nether reaches of the fascia you'll come across some cheaper plastics, but then that's a cost-cutting trick that you'll even find Audi and BMW pulling. But enough about the look and feel: most buyers choose an MPV because of its practicality. How does the C4 Picasso rate here?

Let's start with looking at the oddments space that Citroen offered to house the paraphernalia of everyday life. This is generally good, though there's a passenger-side glovebox with an inordinately large lid concealing a cavity behind so small that it's barely worth covering up. Much better are the slide out drawers that most models offer beneath the front seats and the huge storage bin at the base of the centre console which includes a jack and a USB port. And equally large is the stowage box that's mounted between the front seats and is removable on Efficient Tronic semi-automatic models. Finally, we'll mention what as a parent would be our favourite feature, the optional rear-facing 'conversation mirror', there to give an unimpeded view of which child has just stuffed its sticky sweet into your USB port.

So how will those children fare once they're installed rearwards and ready to plug their gaming equipment into one of the three 12v sockets scattered around the car? Well, pull open rear doors that now open wider to a 65-degree angle for excellent access and it should all look pretty spacious. Which might come a little contrary to expectations given that this second generation C4 Picasso is fully 40mm shorter than its predecessor in overall length and sits the same amount lower to the ground. That'd be a problem for the passenger compartment were it not for the cleverness of the Efficient Modular Platform this MK2 model sits upon which facilitates a 60mm wheelbase increase despite the more compact dimensions. As a result, there's actually 20mm more legroom than the old MK1 model could offer and standards of head, elbow and shoulder room that are almost identical.

Comfort you can properly appreciate thanks to a proper seating arrangement. Unlike many people carriers, this one doesn't position the unfortunate middle rear passenger with legs astride a central transmission tunnel and perched on some hard and narrow pierce of bulging foam. Instead, there's a completely flat floor and a rear cabin seating area made up of three separate identically sized chairs that can be reclined, folded flat or slid backwards and forwards independently of one another. The fold-flat option means that the middle one can function as a useful table when not in use. And talking of tables, most models have aircraft-style fold-out ones built into the front seat backs and with plush trim, these can be illuminated by neat LED lights. Want it to feel all a little more airy? Of course. A huge optional panoramic glass roof on top variants ups the combined glazed area to a greenhouse-like 5.3m2. Want more privacy? No problem. Most models have integrated retractable rear side window sun blinds and you can specify dark tinted rear windows.

Everything we've said so far applies not only to this C4 Picasso but also to its seven-seat stablemate, the Grand C4 Picasso, which uses its 169mm of length to house the third row seating that larger families will want. And a bit of extra bootspace. Ah yes, we were getting to that. No doubt it was a great design idea building all the rear lights into the tailgate rather than, as would be more normal, splitting them between the hatch and the corners of the car. The downside of that approach is that it makes the thing very heavy, which would be enough to make the electrically operated tailgate option a must-have feature if it wasn't so tediously slow to operate.

The old version of this car had a boot that wasn't a lot bigger than that of Citroen's smallest MPV, the C3 Picasso. Thanks to a 37-litre size increase, this one though, enables buyers to much more easily justify the stretch up to this bigger more expensive car. The 537-litres you get is enough to comprehensively trounce the competition, 66-litres more than a C-MAX and a massive 100-litres more than a Renault Scenic. Plus you can extend this space to as much as 630-litres if you push the rear chairs right forward, which is as much as the standard boot compartment of the seven-seater Grand C4 Picasso model. Fold the rear seats flat and you've a 1,851-litre cargo area to play with. And if you've really long items to fit in, most models provide a fold-flat front passenger seat so you can carry objects of up to 2.5m long.
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Citroen C4 Picasso - What You Pay

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Citroen C4 Picasso - What to Look For

Most buyers of the second generation C4 Picasso model that we surveyed were very satisfied but inevitably, there were a few issues with some cars. One owner had a problem with the electronic handbrake that stuck on and stranded him. Others complained about starting problems, electric window squeaking and an engine management light that kept coming on in the dash binnacle. One owner had a problem with a drive belt that came off the runners. Look out for all these things when you check out used stock.
+ Replacement Parts
Citroen C4 Picasso - Replacement Parts

(approx based on a 2013 C4 Picasso 1.6 HDi) Consumables for the Citroen C4 Picasso are reasonably priced. An air filter sits in the £12 to £25 bracket, an oil filter is around £6 and a fuel filter will sit in the £30 to £36 bracket. Brake pads sit in the £45 to £65 bracket for a set, while brake discs sit in the £70 to £80 bracket (though you can pay up to around £105 for a pricier brand). A headlamp will cost around £225 to replace and a rear lamp around £75. If you smash the indicator in the wing mirror, a replacement will cost around £30.
+ On The Road
Citroen C4 Picasso - On the Road

Climb aboard a MK2 model C4 Picasso and before you even set off, it's clear that this is going to be a somewhat different experience. There are no conventional instrument dials and nothing directly in front of you, with key driving information instead displayed on a giant centre screen in the centre of the dash.

The first thing that'll probably grab your attention though, is a windscreen that stretches up and almost over your head, affording a panoramic view not just of the road ahead but also sky above. The wishbone-shaped windscreen pillars have glazed centre sections to further boost visibility and there's a low window line that not only makes manoeuvring easy but should also give children a better view out and potentially stop them feeling sick.

If you opt for a variant fitted with one of the semi-automatic 'Efficient Tronic' gearbox, this car will feel very different to drive too. This set-up isn't a full auto but a manual transmission without a clutch, which means that for smooth progress, you have to momentarily lift off between changes made via the steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters. Until you learn to do that, the car will seem jerky and unresponsive but once you adjust, the system actually works very well and is certainly easier to use in the improved ETG6 form fitted to this second generation design. We can see though, why many would be more comfortable with a more conventional 6-speed manual 'box - there was no conventional auto offered to C4 Picasso customers. Whatever transmission you choose, one thing remains constant: the silky smooth ride.

Which is the thing we like most about this car. It may come as news to some motoring journalists but most MPV buyers don't routinely want to throw their cars about as if they were on stage from the RAC Rally. What most of them would prefer is a model that rolls the red carpet over the average appallingly surfaced British road. As this one does. Nothing in this part of the market can approach the pillowy ride quality on offer here. But the trick, which Citroen hasn't always mastered, is to offer this without inducing the kind of bodyroll and handling woollyness that removes any element of enjoyment from the driving experience altogether.

In this respect, it's certainly true that this impressively refined C4 Picasso is a useful step forward from its predecessor. A freshly developed 'EMP2' or 'Efficient Modular Platform' shaved 140kgs off the kerb weight which certainly helps in making the car feel more agile. But it's still way off the sprightly standards of a rival Ford C-MAX or even a Renault Scenic in terms of steering feel and body roll. And, in true Citroen style, the brakes are very heavily servo-assisted, reacting to the merest brush on the pedal. If you can ignore all that, get familiar with the car and even start to push it a little through the corners, you'll find that the anchors are reassuringly effective, the steering's actually quite accurate and grip relatively plentiful. It's just getting to that point, something you probably won't manage on a brief test drive.

In other words, don't be put off by initial unfamiliarities of design and drive. After all, you probably wouldn't be looking at this Citroen in the first place if you didn't want something just that little bit different from the usual character-free compact people carrying experience. Just enjoy this car for what it is as you float over road imperfections, marvel at the unusually hushed levels of refinement and enjoy the benefits of a commanding driving position that's a huge help at roundabouts or when parking and, with this panoramic screen, makes it seem like you're suddenly viewing the world in high definition.

The engine choice is naturally weighted towards diesels because that's what Citroen does very well and it's also what British customers want to buy. The 1.6-litre e-HDi 115bhp variant is the big seller, but you can save quite a bit by opting for the entry-level 90bhp 1.6-litre HDi model which doesn't have the so-called 'Airdream' e-HDi efficiency tweaks but isn't really much more expensive to run. Or an awful lot slower. Rest to 62mph in the HDi 90 variant takes 12.9s, only around a second slower than what you'd manage in the pokier version. Both variants do however, struggle a bit when powering on fully laden when the road starts to rise, as does the entry-level 120bhp 1.6-litre VTi petrol model that offers similar on-paper performance and marks the price starting point for the range.

If you do want something with a little more mid-range pulling power, then you could go for the THP 155 petrol version that uses a MINI Cooper S 1.6-litre turbo engine that, not surprisingly, moves this car on rather swiftly, making sixty two mph in 9s on the way to 130mph. For all the reasons we've already given you though, we don't think such a performance package suits the character of this car. No, if funds permit, the optimum C4 Picasso engine is the one at the top of the line-up, the impressive Blue HDi 150. Its performance figures are virtually identical to those of the THP petrol, yet it's got around 50% more pulling power and is around 50% more economical. Enough said.
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