Citroen has announced minor improvements to the Grand C4 Spacetourer that will take effect from March.
CO2 emissions for the model have been reduced 3g/km on the PureTech three-cylinder petrol automatic versions. This has been achieved thanks to the addition of a new battery and a high-efficiency alternator.
Although only a small change, this does impact company car drivers, who will see a benefit-in-kind tax reduction of one per cent in Live and Sense trim levels. Citroen says those in the 40 per cent tax band will see their annual bill drop by £110.
Furthermore, the on-the-road purchase cost has been reduced by £285 because the car now falls into a lower vehicle excise duty band.
Prices for the Citroen Grand C4 Spacetourer starts at £26,210 with standard equipment including a 12-inch panoramic central infotainment display and seven-inch touch interface, rear parking sensors, and integrated navigation.
Mid-level Sense trims get a reversing camera, tinted windows and keyless entry, while top-spec Shine trims add a large panoramic sunroof, Xenon headlights and active cruise control.
This price reduction comes after a large drop of £1,250 that took effect in December. Citroen lowered prices across its range as part of a new ‘Fair Pricing’ strategy.