Citroen C5 Aircross was launched at the beginning of last year, and in all this time, the SUV of the French manufacturer exceeded 130,000 orders.
According to French manufacturer officials, starting June 1, the C5 Aircross will also be available in a special C-Series version. For the exterior, Citroen has prepared the Anodised Deep Red package that offers red elements on certain body accessories (air intake frames, rubber elements called Airbump, logos on the side wings and bars placed on the ceiling). Available in Ice White, Pearly White, Perla Nera Black, Steel Gray and Platinum Gray the Citroën C5 Aircross C-Series will be available to order from June 1.
The C-Series edition automatically offers hands-free access, a rearview camera, adaptive cruise control, GPS navigation, Advanced Comfort seats, Drive Assist package, automatic air conditioning, automatic windscreen wipers, and rear parking sensors.
If you opt for the top equipment level, be prepared to take at least 29,000 euros out of your pockets.
Inside, passengers will find Advanced Comfort seats with a red stripe at the top of the backrest, gray dashboard or white stitching.
Over the next few months, Citroën will continue to roll out this special C-Series with the Berlingo and the C4 SpaceTourer.
The usual Citroen C5 Aircross is equipped with the 1.2-liter PureTech engine with 131hp. The starting price for this variant in the Live finish is 21,600 euros with VAT.
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