The C4 is a popular family car produced by the French manufacturer of the same name. The C4 has been in production since 2004 and due to its relatively young age on the market, the C4 is only in its second generation of designs. Nonetheless, this model has proven to be just as popular as its predecessor, the Xsara. This popularity actually led to the C4 being named runner-up at the European Car of the Year awards in 2005.
Designed with domestic uses in mind, the C4 can be purchased as either a coupe or a hatchback. This is complimented by flowing lines and contours that is vaguely similar to recent models of the Honda CR-X. However, one of the main differences between the C4 and many other vehicle designs is its prolific use of 21st century technology. This includes, but is not limited to: a)A lane departure warning system. b)Directional headlamps. c)A ventilation systems that dispenses perfume. d)A sturdy glass roof. e)Shaped airbags.
Thus, the C4 represents an interesting amalgam of economy in design and luxury technology. This user-friendly aspect has allowed the second generation cars to be extremely popular for younger individuals and families (due in large part to the safety features mentioned previously).
Still, many Citroen brands have yet to make their way into the American arena; most models are produced for the European and the British markets. As the C4 is only in its second generation, most analysts expect this model to be around for some time to come.