2021 Citroen C4 and e-C4 prices, specs and launch date

The new Citroen C4 will cost from £20,990 when it arrives in early 2021 with the all-electric e-C4 priced from under £30k

2021 Citroen C4

The new 2021 Citroen C4 family hatch will cost from £20,990 and the all-electric Citroen e-C4 will be priced from £29,180 once the Plug-in Car Grant has been taken off.

Ordering for both versions is open now with deliveries due to begin in early 2021.

Citroen describes the new C4 and e-C4 as hatchbacks that carry SUV detailing. They replace the slow-selling (and quirky) C4 Cactus.

2021 Citroen e-C4

Both models have the same body design as part of the brand’s desire to normalise 100% zero emissions electric cars.

Those who prefer regular engines can pick from turbo petrol or diesel.

Citroen is claiming best-in-class rear kneeroom for the C4, while extra-cushioned seats and suspension with Progressive Hydraulic Cushions give “unrivalled ride comfort”.

Citroen C4 and e-C4 range

The Citroen e-C4 pairs a 50kWh battery and a 136hp motor. The WLTP range is 217 miles.

It can use a 100kW rapid charger, boosting the battery from flat to 80 percent charge in 30 minutes.

A regular wall box will deliver 100 percent charge in seven hours 30 minutes.

PureTech petrol engines are offered with 100hp, 130hp or 130hp, BlueHDi diesel come in 110hp or 130hp guise.

2021 Citroen C4

Trim grades comprise Sense, Sense Plus, Shine and Shine Plus.

All feature LED headlights, 18-inch alloys, 10-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Citroen fits a comprehensive safety pack including driver assist features. Other standard features include dual-zone climate control, electronic parking brake and rear parking sensors.

Sense Plus adds sat nav, rear parking camera and folding door mirrors.

Shine has dark-tint rear windows, a more advanced driver assist pack, keyless entry and heated steering wheel.

Shine Plus brings a premium sound system, leather and textile upholstery, wireless smartphone charging and an even more comprehensive Highway Driver Assist pack which uses camera and radar technology.

2021 Citroen C4 prices

Sense

PureTech 100: £20,990

BlueHDi 110: £22,740

Sense Plus

PureTech 130: £22,990

PureTech 130 auto: £24,390

BlueHDi 110: £23,840

BlueHDi 130 auto: £26,840

Shine

PureTech 130: £23,990

PureTech 130 auto: £25,390

PureTech 155 auto: £26,390

BlueHDi 110: £24,840

BlueHDi 130 auto: £27,040

Shine Plus

PureTech 130 auto: £26,590

PureTech 155 auto: £27,590

BlueHDi 130 auto: £28,240

2021 Citroen e-C4 prices

Sense Plus: £29,180

Shine: £30,130

Shine Plus: £31,330

All e-C4 prices include government Plug-in Car Grant

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