Citroen DS 4 has received a number of technical and technological updates. Three new engines are now available on the DS 4: the THP 165 S&S EAT6, the BlueHDi S&S 150 6-speed manual and the BlueHDi S&S 180 EAT6. The new engines develop torque of 240 Nm to 400 Nm and consume 3.7 l/100 km to 5.5 l/100 km of fuel. CO2 emissions figure of the new engines is rated from 110 g/km to 130 g/km.
The DS 4 now gets hands-free access and start-up (HFAS) and new high-resolution 7-inch touch tablet with satellite navigation function. The HFAS can be used for opening, closing and starting the car without using the key manually. The HFAS works with the detection of key at a distance of two metres from the vehicle.
More information is available in the press release below.
DS 4: NEW ENGINES AND UPMARKET EQUIPMENT – Press Release
Following the PureTech 130 and BlueHDi 120 in November, three additional new engines combining economy and power are available on the DS 4: the THP 165 S&S EAT6, the BlueHDi S&S 150 6-speed manual and the BlueHDi S&S 180 EAT6. In all, five new engines – all of them Euro 6-compliant – will have been launched in four months on the DS 4. This full-scale review of the engine range brings higher performance and better energy efficiency, putting the DS 4 at the top of the tree in this vehicle category ! The DS 4 also gets touch navigation and hands-free access and start-up, features more usually found higher up in the price scale.
The new engines available on the DS 4 develop torque of 240 Nm to 400 Nm and boast fuel consumption of 3.7 l/100 km to 5.5 l/100 km. After being equipped with a 3-cylinder petrol engine and the BlueHDi 120 in late 2014, the DS 4 gains a new petrol engine, the THP 165 S&S EAT6, and two new diesels, the BlueHDi 150 S&S 6-speed manual and the BlueHDi 180 S&S EAT6. The new engines bring customers even more power and even lower fuel consumption.
THP 165 S&S EAT6: a standard-setter in fuel economy and CO2 emissions
Available with the new EAT6 6-speed automatic gearbox, the THP 165 S&S engine is an impressive performer, with fuel consumption of 5.5 l/100 km – a 29% improvement on the THP 160 – CO2 emissions of under 130 g/km, and 240 Nm of torque. These figures make it a strong competitor in its category.
BlueHDi 150 S&S 6-speed manual, a benchmark in fuel economy, CO2 emissions and torque
The BlueHDi 150 S&S 6-speed manual also raises the game, with 50 Nm more torque, 25 bhp higher power, an a 20% cut in CO2 emissions and fuel consumption compared with the HDi 135. The figures speak for themselves: the new engine consumes just 3.9 l/100 km of fuel, emits a mere 100 g/km of CO2, yet develops torque of 370 Nm, 20 to 70 Nm more than its main rivals.
Blue HDi 180 S&S EAT6: fuel economy and torque
The second new diesel unit for DS 4 to appear in 2015 is the Blue HDi 180 S&S EAT6. With the new EAT6 six-speed automatic transmission it offers the driver outstanding performance and fuel economy: 4.3 l/100 km for 113 g /km of CO2, and torque of 400 Nm, the highest in this vehicle category (up to 50 Nm more than its main rivals), for the best in driving pleasure.
HFAS and touch navigation: technology for driver pleasure
Technology is a key value for the DS brand and is fully expressed in the equipment on the DS 4, which is now available with hands-free access and start-up (HFAS) and touch navigation. With HFAS, drivers can open, close and start their car while keeping their keys in their pockets, with the key detected at a distance of two metres from the vehicle. The new high-resolution 7-inch touch tablet simplifies use of the satnav system and other functionalities, and also contributes to improving cabin ergonomics.