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Citroen C5 2.0 HDi Tourer (2009)
The mid-range Exclusive Tourer wagon is generously appointed with equipment and safety features. A five-star Euro NCAP crash rating adds appeal.
Its fuel-efficient, 2.0-litre, turbo-diesel delivers sufficient urge to the wagon’s 1695 kg and there’s minimal lag down low. The six-speed auto was smooth and free of the quirky shift traits of some earlier French gearboxes.
The Hydractive III + suspension offers plush ride, even in sports mode. Competent handling is marred by steering that lacks feel and consistency.
Front seats offer plenty of adjustments and, for the driver, a back massage function. The fixed hub steering wheel is cluttered with switches and its fiddly nature extends to the audio controls.
Plush ride, general ambience
Steering lack of feel, fiddly switch gear
Climate control, 18” alloys, heated power front seats with massager, front and rear park sensors, leather trim, rain-sensing wipers, auto, cruise, CD
ABS, EBD, BA, ESC, TCS, active bi-xenon headlights, front seatbelt pre-tensioners and force limiters, rear outer seatbelt force limiters, and dual front, driver’s knee, front and rear side and curtain airbags
||C5 2.0 HDi Tourer
||Large Over $60,000
|Price when new
|Current price range
$ - $
|ANCAP crash rating
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||2.0-litre, 16-valve, turbo-diesel, 4-cyl
||100 kW @ 4000 rpm
||320 Nm @ 2000 rpm
|Acceleration to 100 km/h
|Braking from 80 km/h
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