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.