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Citroen Australia has confirmed it will be bringing the C5 Aircross to our market in the second half of next year, debuting the company’s new comfort-focused Progressive Hydraulic Cushion suspension system locally.
Serving as the French brand’s new flagship in Australia, the C5 Aircross will compete in the top-selling medium SUV segment, currently occupied by the likes of the Mazda CX-5, Nissan X-Trail, Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V, along with the related Peugeot 3008.
Headlining specifications helping it stand out from the crowd include three individual sliding, folding and reclining rear seats, each with Isofix child seat mounts, along with a boot measuring between 580 and 720L – the latter with the second row moved to its forward-most position.
While local pricing and specifications won’t be confirmed until closer to launch, we can expect a full suite of active safety and driver assistance systems to be on offer, including autonomous emergency braking and active blind-spot assist, along with features like wireless smartphone charging.
“The all-new C5 Aircross is a return to Citroen’s comfort credentials and, symbolically, arrives in time for the marque’s 100th anniversary,” said Ben Farlow, Citroen Australia managing director.