Written on: 26/07/2011 by angeldodd (1 review written)
we just brought this car 6 weeks ago it has been in the garage for the last 4 weeks we never drove it aggressively or did anything to cause turbo failure ...we then brought a second hand engine and unit without the turbo seized etc serviced it very well spent hundreds it instantly blew oil back round the system turbo failure we then fitted another good turbo cleaned everything again to get the same problem again this car as now cost me over 4 thousand pound it was cheap at 2500 but trust me… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/07/2009
The Citroen C4 Hatchback 1.6 HDi SX is very conftable, reliable, pretty and economic. Loads of technological features… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/01/2009
I've had this car a short while (the Citroen C4 HDi/110:SX:EGS) with 70,000m on the clock (seems genuine). I'm surprized at its internal silence, esp. for a diesel. The EGS gearbox is a little slow between 1st. and 2nd. but still better than all that stick stirring with manuals. The seat vs. steering wheel settings are excellent. Even after the mileage, squeaks rattles and groans are almost absent. The ride is a little jiggly, but I put this down to the rubbish cheap tyres it came with, not… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/01/2008 by mplus (1 review written)
The Citroen C4 1.6Hdi is good to drive. 1.6 diesel (110 hp) very capable and reliable. Happy with choice vs. major Japanese and European makers… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/04/2007 by charlie1945 (1 review written)
So far I love it, my mate bought a Citroen C4 1.6Hdi SX couple years ago and had lot niggly points so far, 1000 miles. I love it, bit bouncy over bumps, maybe the roads in Scotland, best car I've wanted for a long time, has real spare wheel and does more than 500 miles for forty quid about town, my wife loved the Kia Picanto, great wee car for a lady, I recommend the automatic for about town, my wife loved the easy parking but now we are retired, only have one car, Citroen C4 1.6Hdi SX looks… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/09/2005 by HMD (2 reviews written)
I have the Citroen C4 automatic petrol version. The gearbox can be operated in fully auto mode which it does tolerably well if a little harsh on the gearchanges at times, or in a manual-shift mode as a clutchless change. The manual mode is useful for shifting up early when driving gently to save fuel. However, the manual mode is maddening as the car takes over when you are not expecting it. For example, if you've shifted down into second in slow traffic, then start to accelerate away you… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/08/2005 by UncleZen (7 reviews written)
I have owned my C4 for 2 weeks. I bought it nearly new when it was 2 months old. Dont know its history.
I did have a Focus 1.8 Petrol. The best I could achieve in the Focus was 40mpg. Mostly 38mpg, and 35mpg in winter.
The C4 returns 55mpg on the same commute, at about the same speed. So I am well happy with that.
I like the big digital read-out, and the computer gizmo's. I wonder how long these will last?
It has cruise control, a speed limiter, and nice comfy seats and suspension, that… Read Full Review
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