Citroen Launches Mid Size SUV

It would be easier to list what isn't available as Citroen's kitchen sink approach is a conscious move to stand out in its sector and reinforce its policy of enhanced comfort and refinement.

With prices starting from £23,225, UK buyers are offered three trim levels - Feel, Flair and Flair Plus.

Aside from the usual infotainment, navigation and electric power for seats and mirrors, the top grade cars also gain a panoramic glass roof and a wireless charging pad for mobile phones.

Overall though, Citroen's focus is on safety, with a raft of passive and active systems such as collision warning, active braking, lane departure warning all standard.

Smart headlights capable of deciding where to direct the light and a traffic sign reader are trim-level dependent, as is a forward-facing camera that can be used as a dashcam.

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