2001 Citroen Xsara Picasso
Citroen Xsara Picasso
The Citroën Xsara Picasso was a 5-door contract MPV produced by Citroën from 1999 to 2010. The exemplar was facelifted in 2004 with modifications to the strawman and ass innovation, ever-changing from blacken bumpers to colour-matched blusher with bright-inserts and multi-coloured sidestrips, known as Picasso 2. From 2007 a new anatomy was introduced, known as C4 Picasso.
At the meter of its firing, two trimness levels were useable, LX and SX, with a prime of leash four-cylinder engines; a 1.6 and 1.8 liter petrols, and a 2.0 Liter HDI diesel, all divided with the littler Citroën Xsara. A new 1.6 HDI diesel interpretation with improved fire efficiency was launched as function of the revised reach in 2004.
After designations were ‘Hope’, ‘VTR’, and the range-topping ‘Sole’ passementerie layer, approximately with galvanising spyglass sunshine-roof, was introduced to the UK commercialise in belatedly 2000. On all models, the forepart seat-backs bear fold-down tables, and the backside seating can be remote to produce broad home quad for exile of bulky items standardised to a minor van.
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