Citroen C-Crosser dimensions
Latest model: Citroen C-Crosser 4×4 (2007)
Length: 182.9 (in) = 4646 (mm)
Width: 71.1 (in) = 1806 (mm)
Height: 67.5 (in) = 1715 (mm)
Compare Citroen C-Crosser dimensions to: Mitsubishi Outlander, Peugeot 4007
Citroen C-Crosser details:
The Citroen C-crosser is one of three models based on the Mitsubishi Outlander which also contains the Peugeot 4007. The stylish Citroen C-crosser has the edge for looks with the Citroen badge running the width of the bonnet and flowing out via the headlights atop a big honeycomb-style grille. The back windows taper rear to a roof spoiler and chunky hatch opening with big wheel arches helping lend a substantial presence. Not bad for Citroen's first 4×4.
Citroen describe this as a 5+2 rather than a seven-seater like the C4 Grand Picasso. The third row offers limited room for passengers (leaving just 184 litres boot space) but the seatings do fold into the floor. With five seatings in place the vehicle provides 510 litres of boot room. Flatten the second row and that expands to 1686, litres. Access to the back is via a hatch. However, there is also a tailgate which can be lowered and is able to bear loads of up to 200kg, so you can use it as a seat bench too.
The Citroen C-crosser is available in two versions: VTR+ and Exclusive. VTR+ comes with 16-inch alloy wheels, air-con, six airbags, cruise control, CD player, automatic headlights, anti-lock brakes (ABS), electronic stability program (ESP) and traction control. The Exclusive trim adds 18 inch alloys, leather seatings, back parking sensors and CD multi-changer. Our model also featured a sat-nav and a reversing camera. The reversing camera is impressive and makes parking simple. We loved the media centre due to its 30-gigabyte memory, used to shop mapping data and up to 2500, easily-loaded Mp3/wma-format songs. It's not a affordable at around ¼2k but is worth consideration.