PSA Peugeot Citroën promised realistic consumption, and the first model that have been released under the banner of actual consumption is C4 Cactus BlueHDI 100 S&S: "which consume less in real terms". Yes, they have not made from its own data yet, but using as a basis the extensive comparative made by the Autopista magazine. It's about time that the manufacturer begins to publish their own consumption statistics in actual use.

Citroën has used the pull to highlight your model gets best consumption figures "models of hybrid technology", and to take heart explaining that these engines equipped with catalytic converters urea plus "transform harmful NOx into water vapor (H₂O) and nitrogen (N₂), two totally harmless substances"Give a consumption between 2% and 4% lower than in the previous generation.

What how Citroën C4 Cactus consumes 100 S BlueHDi&S Highway under foot? An average of 4.08 l / 100 km: Roadside 3,96 l / 100 km in town 4.25 l / 100 km. According NEDC measurements, the same car was homologated to 3.4 l / 100 km and 4.1 l / 100 km, respectively.

Specific numbers aside, it is interesting twist undertaken by the French automotive group, in order to achieve data as transparent as possible. However, it remains to be seen how universe of customers actual consumption figures are obtained, considering that driving style and routes that follow may cause results to differ materially.