Citroën cuts CO2 for Grand C4 SpaceTourer
Citroën UK has reduced the CO2 emissions for its Grand C4 SpaceTourer PureTech seven-seater MPV, bringing reduced Benefit-in-Kind and VED costs.
Effective from March 2021 production, all Citroën Grand C4 SpaceTourer PureTech three-cylinder petrol automatic variants have had their CO2 emissions reduced by 3g/km – giving a BiK tax band reduction of 1% on ‘Live’ and ‘Sense’ trim levels.
It means that the monthly tax bill of a 40% tax payer will reduce by over £110 in the 2021/22 tax period when driving a Sense PureTech 130 Stop & Start EAT8 automatic model, as an example.
The reduced CO2 also puts the MPV in a lower VED tax band, resulting in an overall on-the-road price reduction of £285.
The reduction in CO2 is the result of the use of a new battery and a new high-efficiency alternator that optimise performance.
Other changes to the Grand C4 SpaceTourer bring a newly restructured range as of December 2020, cutting the line-up to three trims – ‘Live’, ‘Sense’ and ‘Shine’ – while prices across the range have been reduced by £1,250 under the brand’s new ‘Fair Pricing’ policy announced in October 2020. Prices for the Grand C4 SpaceTourer now start from £26,210 OTR.