Citroën C5 Aircross launched in India at Rs 29.90 lakh


Citroën has launched the C5 Aircross in India, over two months after revealing the country-spec model, with introductory prices starting at INR 29.90 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. The SUV is available in two trims in India –

Trim Ex-Delhi price
Feel (mono-tone) INR 29,90,000
Feel (bi-tone) INR 30,40,000
Shine (mono/bi-tone) INR 31,90,000

The bi-tone paint scheme in Feel trim commands INR 50k premium over the mono-tone, but the bi-tone price in Shine trim is the same as the mono-tone? Yea, I don’t understand that logic either.

Since there are only two trims on offer, the C5 Aircross has been loaded with features. The list includes halogen projector headlights, 3D LED taillights, 18-inch Diamond-cut alloy wheels, ORVM-integrated LED turn signals, and front & rear fog lights. The Shine trim gets a few extras such as LED projector headlights, a panoramic sunroof, and hands-free electric tailgate.

Features inside include Comfort Seats, 3 independent rear seats with adjustable recline angle, 8-inch capacitive touchscreen, Apple CarPlay & Android Auto connectivity, 6 speakers, 12.3-inch driver display, dual-zone climate control, cruise control with memory, and Grip Control (Standard, Snow, All Terrain, Sand And Traction Control Off). Download the final brochure here.

The Progressive Hydraulic Cushions hydraulic suspension system is standard on both trims.

As for safety and driver assistance, the C5 Aircross comes with front, front seat side and curtain airbags; ESC, Hill Descent Control, Hill Start Assist, Traction Control, Blind Spot Information System, Coffee Break Alert, all four disc brakes, and front & rear parking sensors as standard on both trims.


In the international markets, the C5 Aircross offers various powertrain options including a PHEV. For the Indian market, however, the SUV at launch will be available only with a DW10FC 2.0L (1,997 cc) 4-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine that develops 130 kW (177 metric hp) at 3,750 rpm and 400 Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque at 2,000 rpm. An 8-speed automatic gearbox drives the front wheels. No AWD on offer.

Check out the full gallery here.

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