Citroen cuts emissions on its C5 Aircross

March 4, 2021

Committed to the continuous improvement of its vehicles, in particular to reducing their environmental impact, Citroën has announced reductions in carbon emissions for its C5 Aircross.

The emissions figure has been reduced between 1g/km and 7g/km of CO2 across Citroën C5 Aircross PureTech 130 petrol 6-speed manual and BlueHDi 130 Diesel 8-speed automatic versions.

The changes are effective from March, 2021 production, with pricing remaining unchanged in spite of the efficiency benefits. For company car drivers, the lower CO2 emissions result in BIK tax band reductions of up to two per cent – as an example, this reduces the cost to a 40 per cent taxpayer by more than £208 in the 2021-22 period (when driving a Shine PureTech 130 S&S manual).

In addition to its improved efficiency, the C5 Aircross SUV range benefited from a list price reduction of up to £1,320 in December 2020 under Citroën UK’s ‘Fair Pricing’ policy, which was announced as part of the Citroën ‘Advance UK’ mid-term plan.

Available in a choice of four trim levels, Sense, Shine, C-Series and Shine Plus, all C5 Aircross SUV models feature LED headlights and a Citroën Safety Pack (Active Safety Brake and Active Lane Departure Warning) for greater peace-of-mind. Also included are rear parking sensors, 18-inch alloy wheels, DAB radio, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, all as standard.

Latest News

Citroen’s C5 X flagship model unveiled

Citroen has unveiled its new C5 X flagship, which adds a new dimension

MG offers a glimpse into the future

MG has released the first official photographs of its Cyberster concept car, which

Act fast to buy a limited edition MX-5

The 2021 Mazda MX-5 range has been enhanced with the launch of the

Black Edition added to T-Cross range

The Volkswagen T-Cross is now available with a new Black Edition specification featuring

Hyundai cuts prices to help EV buyers

Hyundai Motor UK has altered the pricing strategy of its electric vehicles to

Powering up for free at Tesco stores

The UK’s largest free retail electric car charging network has hit 500,000 charges

New CUPRA EV is simply Born to be wild

CUPRA engineers have spent two years testing Born on a 6km2 frozen lake test

New Corsa proving popular with buyers

The new Vauxhall Corsa is the UK’s best-selling car for the first quarter

Volvo’s best-seller gains added appeal

Volvo has strengthened the appeal of its XC60 with a range of upgrades

Gruelling tests for the Nissan Ariya

Nissan has revealed details of the meticulous vehicle testing programme behind Ariya’s unparalleled

Introducing the all-new VW Taigo

Volkswagen has revealed the name of its new crossover model ahead of its

New Skoda Enyaq SportLine powers in

Skoda has confirmed pricing and opened the order books for the new Enyaq

Super deals for McLaren’s supercar

McLaren has confirmed warranty and servicing details for its all-new Artura supercar that

Upmarket Rexton takes on the big guns

SsangYong is launching the facelift edition of its flagship Rexton model this year

First glimpse of the sporty KONA N

Hyundai Motor has revealed a glimpse of the all-new KONA N without its

Latest Volvo XC60 gets even smarter

Volvo is introducing a range of upgrades to its iconic XC60 mid-size SUV,