Citroën launched a small SUV the C4 Cactus. There are six versions, priced between R $ 68,990 and R $ 98,990. The engine in the cheaper versions is the 1.6 hp suctioned 118 hp, which delivers 16.4 kgfm of torque with a manual five-speed gearbox or a six-speed automatic transmission option. The most expensive are equipped with propeller 1.6 THP turbo flex, with 173 hp and 24.5 kgfm, always accompanied by an automatic gearbox. The Cactus – is produced in a European, European model inspired by Porto Real (RJ). In Europe the Cactus is an average part. But looking at the hottest segment of the moment, Citroën has raised its Cactus to SUV, so the national has a higher suspension. The most relevant change was therefore that input angles (22o) and output (32o) and free height (22.5cm) of the ground were in the mean of the ground.
The design is differentiated. The optical assembly is tripartite, with DRL on top, main headlamp in the middle and fog in the low part of the bumper with false gaps, also used in the rear as aesthetic tools. In the way they are applied, they make the observation of a car wide in the lower part, which gives an air of robustness. The longitudinal beams on the roof, which do not exist in the European model, are also for a stylistic reason: they reinforce the SUV side. The Live Handbook version version, most related to the range, comes standard with manual digital air conditioning, power steering, electric windows and locks, on-board computer, digital dashboard, LED daytime running lights, height-adjustable steering wheel, height-adjustable front seats and multimedia center of 7 inches with Bluetooth and USB, compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. In this simplest option, the headlights are halogen and the tool features 16-inch alloy wheels.
As far as safety is concerned, there are mandatory double airbags and ABS, plus Isofix and three-point seat belts for all occupants. The Intermediate Feel 1.6 manual ($ 73,490) adds perimeter alarm, reversing camera, cruise control and one-touch function to lower all windows. The Feel configuration is also available with automatic transmission ($ 79,990), which adds traction and stability controls with start assist on slopes and tire pressure sensor. Citroën also offers the Feel Pack automatic ($ 84,990), which includes four airbags, contact sensors, light and rain, leather steering wheel, roof beams and softer panel coating.
The top-class C4 Cactus is the Shine 1.6 THP version (R $ 94,990), which, in addition to the more powerful engine, also has leather seats, automatic digital air conditioning and the Grip Control button, which adjusts the traction and stability control according to different types of terrain. The Shine Pack 1.6 top-class THP option adds six airbags, an internal anti-glare mirror and a safety package that sets it apart from other models in the same category, consisting of accidental track and fatigue exit warnings, automatic braking emergency and collision warning. OC4 Cactus measures 4.17m long, 1.71m wide and 2.60m in wheelbase, with a trunk with a capacity of 320 liters.