Citroen C4 2021: Price and All Details

The new Citroen C4 2021 begins its commercial journey in Spain with an interesting range. The configurator of the new Citroen compact is now open. We review all their prices, the different finishes available and their most outstanding equipment. Its 100% electric variant, the Citroen ë-C4, has also been put on sale.

Everything is ready for the arrival of the new Citroen C4 to Spanish dealers. The new Citroen compact has started its commercial journey in Spain. A model that bears the “Made in Spain” seal since it is manufactured in the facilities that Groupe PSA has in Madrid. Now, it officially lands on our market. What’s more, the configurator is already open.

Citroen C4 2021

Citroen is already accepting orders for the new C4. The range will consist of these trim levels: Live Pack, Feel, Feel Pack and Shine. The Live Pack termination is not available at the moment, it will be offered later and will allow to reduce the starting price since it will be positioned as the access version.

The equipment of the Citroen C4 2021

Citroen C4 2021

Below we review the most outstanding standard equipment offered by each of the different finishes that make up the range of the new Citroen compact:

Live Pack

Active Safety Brake
Recognition of traffic signs
Lane Departure Warning
Driver attention alert
Automatic lights on


Two-zone automatic climate control
Hydraulic progressive shock absorber suspension
Lumbar driver’s seat adjustment
Rear parking assist
Eco LED headlights
Fog lights with LED technology

Feel Pack

Citroen Connect NAV Navigator
Head-Up Display (HUD)
Rear view camera
Advanced Comfort seats
Smart Pad Suppor Device
18-inch alloy wheels


Citroen C4 2021

Wireless charger for compatible mobile phones
Active Safety Brake assisted by camera plus radar
Extended recognition of traffic signs
SmartBeam smart headlights
Front parking aid
Blind spot surveillance system
Highway Driver Assist

The C4 2021 engine range

Regarding the mechanical offer of the new C4, there are currently two engines available. On the one hand we have a 130 hp PureTech gasoline engine and, on the other hand, a 130 hp BlueHDi diesel. The gasoline engine can be combined with both a six-speed manual gearbox and an eight-speed EAT8 automatic transmission. The diesel block is only offered with the automatic transmission.

All versions have a front-wheel drive configuration. Once the range is completed, seven combustion engines will be available. Drivers most passionate about sustainable mobility will be able to opt for the new Citroen ë-C4, the 100% electric version.

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