Citroen C4 versus Seat Leon
The Seat Leon is an attractive family hatchback and has an impressive range of engines.
The Seat Leon is an attractive family hatchback and has an impressive range of engines, the total includes 19 different versions with nine different engines, five petrol and four Diesel whereas the new Citroen C4 has the new micro hybrid e-Hdi powertrains which feature the latest stop/start system that can reduce co2 emissions to 109g/km.The new Citroen C4 is intelligently designed with a range of new convenient technologies, there is a new blind-spot monitoring system, a cornering light function, cruise control and speed-limiter with favourite speed settings and Citroën’s innovative eTouch Emergency & Assistance System. Other available equipment includes a Connecting Box that provides Bluetooth® and a USB socket; front and rear parking sensors; parking space ‘gap’ measurement; Xenon dual-function directional headlamps and a tyre pressure monitoring system. The new updated Seat Leon has had some exterior styling. There is a smaller front grille, a new rear window, smaller taillights and updated side mirrors. The changes are small but the car is cleaner in its looks. Prices start at just £15,595 for the Citroen C4 1.4 VTi 95hp VTR jumping to £21,495 for the range topping Citroen C4 Exclusive model powered by Citroens 2.0 Hdi 150hp unit. Prices for the Seat Leon start at entry level £12,990 reaching approximately £19,990 and insurance groups range from five to seventeen.