Citroën C4 now also available as a mild-hybrid Hybrid 100

Faster and more economical (but also more expensive)

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The Citroën C4 gets a new powertrain called Hybrid 100. The Citroën C4 Hybrid 100 is a mild-hybrid engine version that gives its power away with its name. AutoWeek can tell you the price before Citroën itself publishes it.

In addition to the 136 hp and 156 hp strong electric ë-C4, the Citroën C4 is of course also available with combustion engines. To date, there have been 100 hp and 136 hp petrol versions with a manual gearbox and a 136 hp mild-hybrid engine version with a six-speed automatic transmission. The 100 hp petrol version must now be retired. However, the C4 also gets an engine version in return: the Hybrid 100.

The Hybrid 100, like the Hybrid 136, is a mild-hybrid powertrain. The Hybrid 100 also has a six-speed automatic transmission that incorporates the electric motor. Parent company Stellantis uses this powertrain not only in the C4, but also in cars such as the Opel Corsa, Peugeot 208, Lancia Ypsilon, Fiat 600 and Jeep Avenger. The Citroën C4 Hybrid 100 ë-DCS6 accelerates from a standstill to a speed of 100 km/h in 10.2 seconds. Its top speed is 200 km/h. On the 0-100 sprint it is 0.7 seconds faster than the 100 hp variant with manual gearbox that it replaces. Its top speed is also higher (+15 km/h). The average consumption is set at 4.7 l/100 km and is o.6 l/100 km lower than that of the manual variant.

The Citroën C4 Hybrid 100 ë-DCS6 is currently only available in entry-level You trim and costs €31,275 in that form. This makes it more expensive than the 100 hp version with manual gearbox that it replaces (€30,825). The C4

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