Citroen C4 Coupe 2.0 VTS Review

Citroen C4 Coupe 2.0 VTS Review

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
01 Oct 2007

It's seats will hold you very snugly in place, while the extensive array of safety and comfort extras add to the level of sense of being in good care.

Like a French Nanny

Look through the list and you will find the usual bunch of acronyms – Electronic Stability Programme (ESP), Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), Emergency Braking Assistance (EBA), which instantly improves braking pressure and automatically activates the hazard warning lights, and of course, ABS.

The headlamps also illuminate on their own when the car senses dimming light or rain, while the rain-sensitive wipers start swinging according to the intensity of the heavenly showers hitting your laminated acoustic glass windscreen. Even the rear wipers turn on if you start reversing and it knows the front wipers are on. Lovely stuff!

Moreover, if you have children in the back and they suddenly decide that it’d be swell to test their aerodynamism when you brake hard, the VTS will alert you if any of the little ones have not buckled up by flashing red an “unfastened” logo corresponding with whichever seat they are on.

Pour Quoi?

So, there is an abundance of features, looks and comfort. And it fared excellently in the EuroNCAP crash test as well. Having a price tag of S$97, 988 (price correct as at time of publishing), it seems like a pretty good deal (which it is).

The Coupe and the Hatchback have very similar dimensions, with the interior spaces being exactly the same, while the only differences are its external body width and length. The C4 Coupe has a narrower profile of 1769 mm, compared to the 1773 mm of the hatch, while its rear overhangs are longer than the latter’s 717 mm by 14 mm. And it just looks that much better.

No need for further reasoning when deciding between the two, then. Unless, of course, you are an Iranian minister.

But if you still face a dilemma choosing between the wild, fun and frivolous two-door and the fatter, four-door variant, you really need to leave that Stat Board.

Credits: Text by Andy Hum, photos by Leonard Lim, Amery Reuben and Andy Hum

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