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    Citroen e-C4 X

    100kW Shine Plus 50kWh 5dr Auto

    221 miles


    50 kWh

    Battery size

    30 mins

    Charging time

    136 bhp



    Insurance group

    510 litres

    Boot space

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    93 mph

    Top speed

    136 bhp


    10 secs


    50 kWh

    Battery size

    221 miles


    30 mins

    Charging time



    Front Wheel Drive


    Key features.

    • Dark tinted rear windows and side windows with chrome detail
    • Bluetooth telephone and audio streaming
    • Dual zone automatic air conditioning
    • Front, rear and lateral parking sensors
    • Top rear vision reversing camera
    • DAB Digital radio
    • LED daytime running lights in V signature
    Citroen C4 X


    303 mi.



    222 mi.


    221 mi.


    221 mi.



    Standard and fast charging available

    Charging port location.

    Left Side Rear.

    Charging port

    Left Side Rear.

    Fast charging port


    50 kWh.

    Battery capacity

    N kWh.

    Battery useable

    Charging times.

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    Charge times.

    30 min

    Rapid charger (100kW)/(0-80%)

    5 hr 0 min

    Fast charger (11kW)/(0-100%)

    7 hr 30 min

    Installed home charger (7.4kW)/(0-100%)

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    Citroen C4 X review.

    Citroen redefines what a compact family saloon can look like with this e-C4 X. Jonathan Crouch drives it.

    Ten second review.

    The e-C4 X is 'the best of a hatchback, with the modernity of an SUV and the timelessness of a saloon', according to Citroen. Or you could simply see it as a sedan version of the brand's quirky all-electric e-C4 hatch. Either way, it's an ambitiously styled four-door family EV that's compact yet spacious, with a simply enormous boot.


    X seems to mean different things to different brands. Citroen doesn't see the letter as designating an SUV. Instead, for them, it references what the brand calls 'the crossroads of different universes', a melding together of different genres, the sort of thing we've already seen in the company's large C5 X. With the e-C4 X, the styling brief was rather less ambitious, but it still hopes to blend hatchback, crossover and sedan genres together into one appealing compact shape that a first glance, could fall into any of those three categories. We've seen something similar (but rather more dramatic) with cousin Stellantis Group Gallic brand Peugeot's 408, but the e-C4 X is a more straightforward design that sits on a different, simpler, CMP platform and is only (for our market anyway) offered in full-electric form. As you might expect, everything is based on the e-C4 hatch, but from the B-pillar back, things are a great deal more spacious and interesting. Let's take a closer look.

    Design and Build.

    True to its name, the e-C4 X is what Citroen describes as a 'cross design' - an integration of a Fastback saloon body onto the raised hatchback-cum-crossover design of the e-C4 hatch. Everything at the front is the same as that hatch showroom stablemate. But from the B-pillar back, a different roof line takes over and there's an extra 240mm of length. This accommodates a large 510-litre boot (much bigger than the 380-litres you get in the e-C4 hatch). And a small duck tail-like spoiler with distinctive LED lights designed to look like arrows pointed towards the centre of the boot lid. Inside, unsurprisingly, the front-of-cabin experience is exactly the same as in an ordinary e-C4 hatch, with a compact digital instrument display facing you from behind the curiously shaped steering wheel. Citroen says though, that the software driving the accompanying 10-inch central infotainment screen is completely new, borrowed from the more upmarket C5 X and allowing for personalisation of the system via customisable widgets. This more up-to-date set-up also gets the digital assistant system with natural voice control activated by the command "Hello Citroen". And rear seat space? You might hope for an improvement there given the body length increase, but that ignores the fact that this e-C4 X model's wheelbase length of 2,670mm is unchanged over the hatch. So things are much the same in the back, apart from the fact that headroom is slightly compromised by the sloping rear roof line. In compensation, Citroen claims best-in-class second-row knee room (198mm) and a more reclined (27-degree) rear seatback. Plus the exterior width of 1,800mm means that three people can comfortably sit side-by-side across the rear bench, with a total of 1,380mm of width at the shoulders and 1,440mm at the elbows.

    Market and Model.

    Expect pricing slightly above the e-C4 hatch, which means a starting figure of around £32,000 for base 'Sense' trim. There are also plusher 'Shine' and 'E-Series' variants offered further up the range. You'll need top 'E-Series' trim for the version with the longer-range 54kWh battery - and that will cost you around £37,000. To take on key compact similarly-sized EV rivals in the same price bracket, this e-C4 X needs to be well equipped. It is. Nice touches the include LED ambient lighting on the digital instrument panel. Front passengers benefit from access to Citroën's Smart Pad Support, a retractable tablet holder built directly into the dashboard, which enables the front passenger to make the most of time spent on the move. Below this is a Dashboard Tray, a large sliding drawer with a cushioned action. A popular option will be the large electric opening panoramic sunroof. A 10-inch central infotainment screen comes with all e-C4 Xs, as does wireless 'phone charging and 'Apple CarPlay' and 'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring connectivity. A superb sound system can be specified too, with Arkamys digital sound processing and 8 speakers. A nice optional touch you might well want to consider is a full-HD camera built into the rear view mirror which can take photos or video stored on a 16GB memory card. Safety-wise, there's no fewer than 20 different driver assistance features, including Highway Driving Assist and a 'level 2' semi-autonomous drive system incorporating Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Keeping Assist.

    Cost of Ownership.

    With the top 54kWh model, the electric motor and battery enhancements reduce average energy consumption to 12kW/h, offering significant benefits in real-life customer use, even at temperatures close to 0°C. With both variants, the relatively compact battery size means less weight and less consumption, plus eco-style 'A+ 18-inch' tyres reduce rolling resistance and minimise energy loss through friction. As standard, there's a heat pump, which uses a humidity sensor to maximise energy efficiency and cooling. Like the e-C4 hatch, the e-C4 X charges at up to 100kW and charging times are the same with either the 50kWh or the 54kWh battery. The e-C4 X is fitted with a 7.4kW on-board charger, which can rapid charge to 80% in around half an hour using a 100kW public fast charger. At home, the car will charge from empty in around 7.5 hours using a 7kW garage wallbox. That could fall to just 5 hours if you have a 3-phase home electricity supply and have the car fitted with an optional 11kW on-board charger. As usual with an electric car, to take advantage of lower cost off-peak electricity tariffs, you can manage charging times by using the touchscreen tablet in the passenger compartment or by using the provided 'MyCitroen' app. The charging port features a coloured indicator so the user can monitor the charging process - which can also be followed on the 'MyCitroen' app. Whatever your choice of e-C4, you'll properly want to keep garage costs in check by opting for the affordable 3 year servicing plan that is available at point of purchase. Finally, there's the usual Citroen three year / 60,000 mile warranty. And the e-C4 X has its own battery warranty - 8 years or 100,000 miles for 70% of charge capacity.


    Citroen really wants this e-C4 X to be seen as a Coupe-SUV - like Renault's Arkana - which might be a bit of a stretch because it's not clean sheet design like that car; merely an e-C4 hatch with a rather stylish boot. Still, because that e-C4 hatch model has a rather crossovery vibe, the e-C4 X confection kind of works. And the way the stretched rear has been configured means that you get more luggage space than any other EV of this size we can think of. Fashion and practicality are attributes the e-C4 X will need because mainstream brand saloons rarely sell well in our market. This one may not break that trend, but the right kind of customer might well like it very much indeed. It delivers the saloon body style Citroen needs in its line-up for Middle Eastern, African and Southern European markets. But there's much wider appeal here. Enough maybe, to make you want to try this car.

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