The type of vehicle is called Crossing It connects two worlds: one Notchback Sedan And those SUV. So the Citroën ë-C4 X has an extended rear overhang – thus under small cover large space in Box – and the comfort of a super SUV. A successful combination that becomes even more special with the addition: we have this model Exclusively as the ë-C4 Xi.e. fully electric with the now popular model 100 kW (136 hp) enginewhich is currently used on most Stellantis models.
Test drives with the new Citroën can certainly be seen as a test of endurance. We drove on the highway and went away – two limitations (almost always) present a challenge for electric cars. Vienna Kitzbühel So and with this 400 km on the plan.
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The ë-C4 X reacts like most electric cars: it doesn’t ranges Melt quickly on the highway. And this despite the fact that we limit the speed to 115 km / h. It’s okay if you’re ready: Consumption 20 kWh / 100 km Makes two loads of fawn. Due to the charging stop the travel time is 4 hours 20 minutes and 7 hours 20 minutes. Because charging and slowing down take a lot of time. access with 50 kWh battery: only 200 kilometers per full charge on the highway; According to WLTP, it should be 350 km.
It’s all there
Range problem does not exist in the city. The car here covers 360 kilometers and convinces on all lines: place With room for three people and plenty of luggage (4.6m long), the car runs very smoothly. We especially like this one Comfort indoorsthe Clear driver displaythe sCruise control is self-explanatory and the Driving aids (Attention Assist, Parking Assist, High Beam Assist). that too navigation system He knows when and where he wants to download and makes suggestions and likes. The car’s mobile phone connection and wireless charging are great.
The new Citroën ë-C4 X starts at 41,450 euros (136hp engine, 50kWh battery) Our Variant Shine Pack is of the highest equipment class and costs 45,490€ with many extras (better seats, leather).
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