Citroen C5 X set for Q4 launch in Australia

Continuing to expand its local model range, Citroën Australia will introduce the C5 X to its line-up in a highly specified single variant. An innovative proposition, it combines the elegance of a sedan, the dynamism of a wagon, and an elevated stance of an SUV.

The new model will feature an impressive specification list including a turbocharged 1.6-litre PureTech Petrol engine producing 133kW of power, paired with an 8-speed efficient automatic transmission.

“There is no doubt that the Citroën C5 X will further expand the brand’s growth opportunities in Australia,” Citroen Australia managing director Kate Gillis said.

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“Truly encompassing the brand’s design DNA, the C5 X will appeal to the discerning Australian consumer keen to travel in absolute comfort and stand out in style on the roads.”

Introducing an original design and an avant-garde body shape, it features a long sloping bonnet, large low loading boot and the elevated driving position, making the C5 X is one of a kind.

Likewise, it will be instantly recognisable, featuring the brand’s distinctive V-shaped light signature at the front and rear, along with Citroën’s advanced comfort program, optimising comfort and practicality.

The generous passenger compartment of new Citroën C5 X offers a real sense of warmth, serenity and spaciousness.

The 2023 Citroën C5 X is set to arrive in Australian showrooms in Q4 2022. Further information, including final specifications and pricing, will be available closer to launch. In the meantime, you can register your interest online.

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