citroen gallery

Citroen C-Crosser

citroen c-crosser | show original size

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.

sponsored:
citroen c-crosser
citroen c-crosser
add a comment
or Sign in

*0/3000 Character maximum

Review of other vehicles

Toyota MR2
Toyota MR2

The dual seat, mid-sized engine, rear-wheeler drive sporty convertible that got produced by the Toyota car-makers, Toyota MR2, remained in the scenario from the years 1984 till the month of July 2007 after which the manufacturing unit got closed in Japan...

Read more...

Daihatsu Rocky
Daihatsu Rocky

Daihatsu Rocky is a mini SUV which as manufactured by Daihatsu in 1987 and its production had to be stopped in 1998 because of some reasons. Rocky is also known as Lovibond rocky in Japan and Sportak in UK and Feroza in some parts of the world...

Read more...

Honda NSX
Honda NSX

The Honda NSX is powered by a mid-mounted and direct injection V6 petrol engine. It is an elegant sports car and is extremely good looking. Even the comfort is worth mentioning...

Read more...

Vehicle Brands

alfa romeo

aston martin

audi

bentley

bmw

cadillac

chevrolet

chrysler

citroen

daewoo

daihatsu

dodge

ferrari

fiat

ford

gmc

honda

hyundai

infiniti

jaguar

jeep

kia

lamborghini

land rover

lexus

mazda

mercedes-benz

mitsubishi

nissan

opel

peugeot

porsche

renault

seat

skoda

subaru

suzuki

toyota

volkswagen

volvo

Latest update