New subtleties of the India-spec Citroen C5 Aircross have been uncovered in front of the SUV’s impending dispatch. Citroen’s lady item for India will go on special with a diesel motor and will be accessible in a decision of two variations – Feel and Shine.

Citroen C5 Aircross Shine

Notwithstanding the highlights on the C5 Aircross Feel

  • All encompassing sunroof
  • Driven headlamps
  • Sans hands back end opening

The C5 Aircross will stand apart for its remarkable back seat setup. The back seat involves three individual seats, every one of which can be separately changed or collapsed according to the necessity.

Citroen C5 Aircross: Engine and particulars

Estimating in at 4,500mm long, 1,969mm wide and 1,710mm tall, the Aircross is bigger than the Hyundai Tucson. Contrasted with the Hyundai, the C5 is 20mm longer, 119mm more extensive, 50mm taller. The C5 Aircross additionally has a more drawn out wheelbase at 2,730mm, contrasted with the Tucson’s 2,670mm. The Aircross will have a gear limit of 580 liters, which can be extended up to 1,630 liters.

Fueling the SUV will be a 2.0-liter diesel motor putting gout 177hp and 400Nm of force, which will be combined to a 8-speed programmed gearbox. Citroen claims that the SUV has an ARAI eco-friendliness figure of 18.6kpl.

While on the subject of the mechanicals, the C5 Aircross will accompany the organization’s Progressive Hydraulic Cushion-prepared suspension framework. The framework is supposed to have the option to sift through knocks and plunges in the street and give tenants a suppler ride.

Citroen C5 Aircross India dispatch

The C5 Aircross is relied upon to dispatch in India in March 2021, with costs expected to be around the Rs 30 lakh mark. The C5 Aircross will show up as a CKD model with the carmaker having as of late declared the turn out of the SUV from the CK Birla office in Thiruvallur, Tamil Nadu.

The SUV will accompany a standard 3-year/1 lakh km guarantee, alongside emergency aides. The SUV will retail by means of the organization’s La Maison vendors at present opening across 10 areas in the country.

The C5 Aircross will therefore be trailed by a large group of privately produced models under the organization’s C-Cubed program. The first of these made-in-India Citroens will be a Kia Sonet-matching conservative SUV, codenamed C21.

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