C4 Cactus Hatch adopts the classic cues of the segment in terms of technology and engines while continuing to stand apart with its unique personality and levels of comfort. Featuring a suspension with Progressive Hydraulic Cushions ® and Advanced Comfort Seats, New C4 Cactus is THE ultra-comfortable hatch, set to shake up the market in 2018!
The Citroen C4 Cactus launched in 2014 to universal critical acclaim; it was a unique and clever car that favoured lightness and practicality over more superficial crossover rivals.
Like raw-milk cheese, the Cactus will never come to the States, but it’s something you should be able to talk about at dinner parties. Pretentiously, of course.
Citroen’s C4 Cactus has only just been facelifted, but an all-new model is set to arrive in 2020 with a model range featuring a battery-powered version. The electric C4 Cactus will be Citroen ...
When the Citroen C4 Cactus launched in 2014, it was the start of a new style-led era for the French car maker which marked a return to its trademark quirkiness of old.
The Citroen C4 Cactus has downgraded its airbumps, but gained new suspension and engine. Can that turn it into a true rival to the VW Golf and Peugeot 308? Find an Autocar car review
Read the definitive Citroën C4 Cactus 2018 review from the expert What Car? team. Check specs, prices, performance and compare with similar cars.
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Still, Citroen has done it because it wants the C4 Cactus to be seen as a conventional hatchback rival despite its SUV styling pretensions; it takes the place of the now defunct standard C4, even though it is a boxier, more high-riding car.