Citroen C4 II Hatchback (Phase I, 2010) 1.6 VTi (120 Hp) Automatic
Car technical specifications and fuel economy / consumption / mpg

Citroen C4 II Hatchback (Phase I, 2010) 1.6 VTi (120 Hp) Automatic technical specifications and fuel economy

Citroen C4 II Hatchback (Phase I, 2010) 1.6 VTi (120 Hp) Automatic has a combined fuel consumption of 6.9 l/100 km | 34.1 mpg US | 40.9 mpg UK urban fuel consumption of 10 l/100 km | 23.5 mpg US | 28.2 mpg UK extra urban fuel consumption of 5.1 l/100 km | 46.1 mpg US | 55.4 mpg UK Citroen C4 II Hatchback (Phase I, 2010) 1.6 VTi (120 Hp) Automatic accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 12.5 sec. The maximum speed is 188 km/h | 117 mph.


Citroen C4 II Hatchback (Phase I, 2010) 1.6 VTi (120 Hp) Automatic Technical information

Citroen  C4 II Hatchback (Phase I, 2010)  1.6 VTi (120 Hp) Automatic  General information General information
Brand : Citroen
Model : C4
Generation : C4 II Hatchback (Phase I, 2010)
Engine / modification : 1.6 VTi (120 Hp) Automatic
Production start : 2010 year
Production end : 2014 year
Coupe type : Hatchback
Num. of Doors : 5
Num. of seats : 5
Citroen  C4 II Hatchback (Phase I, 2010)  1.6 VTi (120 Hp) Automatic  Fuel economy (consumption) Fuel economy (consumption)
Fuel consumption / economy - urban : 10 l/100 km | 23.5 mpg US | 28.2 mpg UK
Fuel consumption / economy - extra urban : 5.1 l/100 km | 46.1 mpg US | 55.4 mpg UK
Fuel consumption / economy - combined : 6.9 l/100 km | 34.1 mpg US | 40.9 mpg UK
Fuel consumption at Low speed (WLTP) :
Fuel Type : Petrol (Gasoline)
Fuel consumption at Medium speed (WLTP) :
Drag coefficient : 0.30
Fuel consumption at high speed (WLTP) :
Fuel tank volume : 60 l | 15.9 US gallons | 13.2 UK gallons
Fuel consumption at very high speed (WLPT) :
Combined fuel consumption (WPLT) :
Emission standard : EURO V
CO2 emissions : 159 g/km
Citroen  C4 II Hatchback (Phase I, 2010)  1.6 VTi (120 Hp) Automatic  Performance Performance
Power : 120 hp | 88 kW
Max power in : 6000 rpm.
Maximum speed : 188 km/h | 117 mph
Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h : 12.5 sec
CO2 emissions (WLTP) :
Torque : 160 Nm/4250 rpm.
Citroen  C4 II Hatchback (Phase I, 2010)  1.6 VTi (120 Hp) Automatic  Engine Engine
Engine position : Front, transversely
Engine displacement : 1598 cm3
Engine oil capacity : 4.2 l
Fuel System : Multi-point injection
Position of cylinders : Inline
Valvetrain : DOHC
Number of cylinders : 4
Number of valves per cylinder : 4
Compression ratio : 11
Piston Stroke : 85.8 mm
Cylinder Bore : 77 mm
All-electric range (WLTP) :
Average Energy consumption (WLTP) :
Citroen  C4 II Hatchback (Phase I, 2010)  1.6 VTi (120 Hp) Automatic  Electric motor Electric motor
System power :
System torque :
Citroen  C4 II Hatchback (Phase I, 2010)  1.6 VTi (120 Hp) Automatic  Transmission Transmission
Wheel Drive : Front wheel drive
Number of Gears (automatic transmission) : 4
Citroen  C4 II Hatchback (Phase I, 2010)  1.6 VTi (120 Hp) Automatic  Chassis Chassis
Length : 4329 mm | 170.4 in
Width : 1789 mm | 70.4 in
Width including mirrors : 2050 mm | 80.7 in
Height : 1489-1502 mm
Wheelbase : 2608 mm | 102.7 in
Front track : 1522-1536 mm
Rear (Back) track : 1515-1529 mm
Front overhang : 935 mm
Rear overhang : 786 mm
Minimum volume of Luggage (trunk) : 380 l
Maximum amount of Luggage (trunk) : 1183 l
Front suspension : Independent, Spring McPherson, with stabilizer
Rear suspension : Semi-independent, spring
Max weight : 1755 kg | 3869 lbs
Front brakes : Ventilated discs
Rear brakes : Disc
Kerb Weight : 1270 kg | 2800 lbs
ABS : yes
Steering type : Steering rack
Permitted trailer load with brakes (8%) : 1510 kg
Minimum turning circle (turning diameter) : 10.7 m
Permitted trailer load with brakes (12%) : 1300 kg
Permitted trailer load without brakes : 670 kg
Permitted towbar download : 75 kg
Citroen  C4 II Hatchback (Phase I, 2010)  1.6 VTi (120 Hp) Automatic  Tyres / Wheels Tyres / Wheels
Tire size : 205/55 R16; 225/45 R17
Wheel rims size : R16; R17

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