Citroen has updated its C5 range with refreshed styling and technology upgrades.
New features include a new LED light signature, darker tinted rear light clusters, re-homologated engines and the introduction of the company’s new eTouch emergency and assistance system.
The model upgrades apply to both saloon and tourer versions and are available from November 2010.
The C5 engine range is now Euro V compliant with the introduction of the 1.6HDi 110bhp Euro V to replace the Euro IV version.
The 1.6i THP 155bhp petrol engine - available in saloon form with VTR+ NAV trim - and the 3.0HDi V6 240hp auto exclusive (saloon and tourer) have been re-engineered to offer improved fuel efficiency and lower CO2 emissions.
Fuel economy increases from 39.8mpg to 42.2mpg and 38.2mpg to 39.2mpg respectively. CO2 emissions are also down 14g/km and 6g/km respectively, resulting in reduced BIK tax rates for both models (down three bands for the THP 155 and down two bands for the HDi V6).
The first year VED for the THP 155 model changes from band H to band G.
The new Citroen C5 will be on sale from November 1 with prices ranging from £19,195 to £29,595.