Citroen C4 Owner's, Service Repair Manuals & Workshop Manuals, Parts Catalog, Wiring Diagrams free download PDF

Citroen C4 Owner's, Service Repair Manuals & Workshop Manuals, Parts Catalog, Wiring Diagrams free download PDF
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Citroen C4 History

Citroen C4 - is a compact car produced by Citroën in 2004 and replaced the Citroën Xsara.

First generation (Typ L, 2004-2010)

The first generation of Citroën C4 was designed by Donato Coco in 2004 as a three-door and five-door hatchback. The Citroen C4 is based on the Peugeot 307 platform PF2. The car is front-wheel drive, with a transverse arrangement of the power unit. It is the simplest and most widespread design: front suspension - type McPherson, lower G-shaped lever; The rear suspension is a curved beam and springs. In spite of some primitive suspension, the car has a perfectly acceptable level of comfort, and controllability can be estimated as very good. Steering - rail with Electrohydro amplifier and variable effort, depending on the speed of movement. The rear suspension bracket provides the effect of padding on high-adhesion coatings. The pulling effect is manifested when braking on the bell as a tightening of the car inside the turn. With a sharp release of the brake pedal there is a reverse effect - the transition of the car to a larger radius.)


The length of the three-door C4 is 4270 mm, the five-door is 4260 mm. The width of cars is 1769 and 1773 mm, respectively, and 1458 mm high. Wheel base - 2608 mm. The boot volume is 342 liters in the compartment and 352 liters in the hatchback. The basic C4 kit includes: Steering booster with variable gain, cruise control with speed limiter, ABS, emergency brake system AFU, electronic brake distribution system EBD, onboard computer, front electric windows, height adjustable driver's seat, built-in flavor system air in the cabin, fog lights, front airbags.


In 2006, a seven-seat compact car was introduced, the Grand C4 Picasso, and one year later, its five-seat modification C4 Picasso.

Second generation (Typ N, since 2010)

The second-generation Citroën C4 is presented at the Motor Show in Paris in October 2010. The car is a five-door hatchback. The three-door version replaced the Citroën DS4 presented in May 2011.


The second-generation C4 is the fourth model of the PSA concern, and Citroën's second one, built on the 2001 standard PF2 general platform, designed under the conditional requirements of market segment C.


Compared to the Citroen C4 of the first generation, the new model has identical interior dimensions of the cabin, wheelbase, and very close outer widths and heights. The internal structure of the body maintains a level distance between the points of attachment of the front and rear suspensions, the same front subframe, similar energy-absorbing structure of the front. The length of the body has changed slightly. The structure of the body increased the percentage of strong and high-strength steels. Torsional rigidity increased by 25%. The roof is not part of the power body scheme, which allowed the use of separate sets to replace the standard steel roof with a tempered glass panel.


The line of petrol motors is partially preserved. The diesel engine line has been completely changed to third-generation HDi motors.