The all-new Citroen C5 Aircross will be on sale in 10 La Maison dealerships across the country

Citroen India has launched the C5 Aircross today at Rs 29.90 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi) in the country. The price goes as high as Rs 31.90 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the top-end Shine trim. The bookings for the SUV had commenced last month. Interested buyers can directly visit the official Citroen website to book the new C5 Aircross. The SUV is offered in two variants- Shine and Feel. 

In terms of design, the C5 Aircross gets a bold look. The front fascia flaunts split LED headlamps along with a grille that houses LED DRLs. In addition, it gets fog lamps, curved side panels, large air intakes, LED turn indicators on ORVMs, 18-inch dual-tone alloy wheels, and a roof-mounted spoiler. Towards the rear end, the SUV features 3D LED tail lamps. 

Moving inside the cabin of the new C5 Aircross SUV, it comes equipped with a myriad of features. The latest 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system offers you a chance to connect to the AM/FM radio and your smartphone. The portable devices can easily be connected through the USB. The smart screen further controls the air-conditioning system & park-assist feature, and displays the reverse camera input & unique coffee break alert. The infotainment system is compatible with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Other feature highlights include 12.3-inch TFT digital instrument panel, an electrically adjustable driver’s seat, power-adjustable ORVMs, 3 independent adjustable rear seats and Double-laminated front windows with an insulating layer. The top-end Shine variant gets Eco LED headlamps, a panoramic sunroof, and a hands-free electric tailgate. The SUV comes with 3 personalization modes - Personal, Dual, & Minimum. It also comes with 3 Ambience options - Brown, Blue, & Red. 

The safety kit of the new SUV comprises 6-airbags, ABS with EBD, traction control, tyre pressure monitoring system, a rear-view camera, ISOFIX child seat mounts, 3-point seat belts for all occupants, rear parking sensors, blind-spot monitoring system, Citroen LED vision, fog lights with static cornering function, grip control with hill descent assist, hill start assist, reversing camera with top rear vision, keyless entry & start, and electric parking brake. Besides these, the C5 Aircross is offered in 4 colour options - Pearl White, Cumulus Grey, Tijuca Blue, and Perla Nera Black along with 3 bi-tone roof options. 

The Citroen C5 Aircross houses a 2.0-litre, four-cylinder, turbocharged diesel engine under the bonnet. The engine comes mated to an EAT8 automatic gearbox which sends power to the front wheels. The motor churns out a maximum of 177 bhp power and a peak torque of 400 Nm. Furthermore, it comes with Citroen’s Progressive Hydraulic Cushion-equipped suspension system which basically filters out bumps and dips in the road thereby providing occupants with a smooth ride. The SUV offers five driving modes – Standard (ESC), Snow, All -Terrain(Mud, Damp Grass, etc.), Sand and Traction Control Off.

The French automaker has also launched an initiative wherein the customers can drive the SUV at Rs 49,999 per month. Besides these, Citroen is also offering a 5-year service package that includes RSA, routine maintenance, extended warranty, and more. The subscription further comes with three attractive options to choose from at the end of the term. The options include trade-in & upgrade to the new Citroen, keep the car by paying the last EMI payment or return it to the dealer. 

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