At Kvdcars we can help you sell or purchase a used Citroen C4. At our online auctions last year we sold over 28,000 vehicles of which several were Citroen C4. To make it simple and easy to sell your Citroen C4 is something we at Kvdcars know how to do. If you're thinking of selling your Citroen C4 on your own, you're in for a lot of time-consuming effort that we can take care of for you! Do you really want to wash and clean your Citroen C4 both inside and out, have the time to demonstrate your car for potential buyers and take care of all the advertising? Wouldn't you rather let Kvdcars handle the entire sales process including the paperwork? Let Kvdcars do all the work for you. We will conduct an extensive and reliable inspection, deliver your cars to its new owner and you won't have to wait to receive your payment safely and quickly.
Citroën C4 is a compact car, or a car in the "golf class", which we are more accustomed to naming it in Sweden. The most common model is a semi-hatch with five doors, although the model is available as a compartment and then in some markets. The first generation Citroën C4 was launched in 2004 and had the typical lines of the era in the era - round lines and large windows signed the Italian car designer Donato Coco. This gave the car practical properties in dense city traffic - smooth sides and large windows as well as short hood made it easy to navigate and not least pocket parking. The first generation is available with both diesel and gasoline engines, the latter being the most common on the Swedish market. The basic version has a petrol engine of 1.4 liters and with, for the time being, good fuel economy. For the year 2008 it was time for an update and with the characteristic elongated lamps. The second generation C4 was presented as the 2010 year model and became a slightly more expensive car but with more solid and elaborate interiors. Another big difference is that the car abandoned Coco's previous round forms and got a more streamlined design language. The exterior and interior dimensions had grown slightly and diesel engines became more popular than petrol-powered variants on the Swedish market (something that changed at the end of the car's life cycle). A popular variant of C4 is C4 Cactus which is a small SUV that does not have much in common with the original version, it is based on a Citroen C3 and not C4. The odd shape with narrow headlights and bumpers in black plastic on the sides of the doors are characteristic features (prevents door layering in the paint, a design grip for tight parking spaces). The original version design became very popular among industry journalists and was awarded several awards.