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Citroen C-Crosser

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citroen c-crosser

Citroen launched this compact Crossover in 2007 and it was produced by Mitsubishi Motors on the basis of the new outlander. At first, they were going to call it C7 but later on they changed it to C Crosser and this name comes from a concept car by Citroen in 2001. However, the seating of the Citroen C Crosser is really interesting as the 2nd and 3rd row seats can be folded to make a straight and flat floor and expanded load capacity for passengers.

There is a 2.2 L DW12 HDi turbo diesel straight-4, 156 PS engine in it with a 6 speed automatic transmission. A great feature in the Citroen C Crosser is that it allows the driver to enjoy 3 settings depending upon the condition of the track. In this way, driver feels safe and can adjust himself according to the conditions of the track he is driving on.

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