New 2020 Citroen C5 Aircross Hybrid launched with £35k price tag

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    Brydo

    Citroen unveils plug-in hybrid C5 Aircross, with a combined output of 222bhp and a claimed all-electric range of 31 miles
    Citroen has launched a new plug-in hybrid version of the C5 Aircross. Available to order now priced from £35,340, it’s the French brand’s first step towards its aim of electrifying its entire line-up by 2025. First deliveries are expected to arrive in mid-2020.

    It’s powered by a 178bhp 1.6-litre four-cylinder petrol engine, a 13.2kWh lithium-ion battery pack and a gearbox-mounted electric motor, which offers a combined output of 222bhp and 320Nm of torque. Citroen claims the system offers economy figures of 166mpg, emissions ratings of just 39g/km of CO2 and an all-electric range of 31 miles.

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    Like the conventionally powered 2.0-litre PureTech petrol model, the C5 Aircross Hybrid’s engine and electric motor are mated to an eight-speed automatic gearbox as standard. The SUV can reach 84mph on electric power alone and, when plugged into a domestic 7.4kW wall box charger, it’s battery pack will recover a 100 percent charge in less than two hours

    Citroen has also fitted the C5 Aircross PHEV with a handful of chassis revisions over the internal combustion-engined model, including a new multi-link rear axle and the brand’s Progressive Hydraulic Cushion suspension system, which promises to smooth out all road imperfections ranging from potholes to speed bumps.

    https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/citroen/c5-aircross/104589/new-2020-citroen-c5-aircross-hybrid-launched-with-35k-price-tag

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    Brydo

    “Citroen claims the system offers economy figures of 166mpg” and 31 miles on pure electric lets get some on the scheme if anyone from motability is reading this.

    These cars would really help those with limited budgets.

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    Motability will certainly have to rethink its EV policy going forward. Our next car will be diesel, but in just over 3 years time I would really like some serious EV options on the scheme.

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