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Citroen C-Elysée Owner’s Manual
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Citroën C-Elysée is a compact car in the body of a hatchback and a sedan. The first generation was produced from 2008 to 2013 for the domestic Chinese market Dongfeng Peugeot-Citroën Automobile, a joint venture between the French group PSA (Peugeot – Citroën) and the Chinese manufacturer Dongfeng Motor. The second generation is manufactured in 2012 and sold worldwide.
First Generation (2008-2013)
The first-generation C-Elysée is the result of the Citroën Elysée facsimile, which was first introduced on April 8, 2008 at the Beijing International Motor Show. The front and rear parts of the car have been greatly modified.
Second Generation (2013)
The second generation model called Citroën C-Elysée made its debut at the 2012 Motor Show in Paris. The car will be manufactured in the city of Vigo, Spain, along with Peugeot 301, which is built with it on the same platform. The car is available for the European market since March 2013.
From 2014, for the Asian market, C-Elysée should be manufactured in China at the Dongfeng Peugeot-Citroën Automobile.
C-Elysée is equipped with two gasoline engines – 1.2 l 73 hp and 1.6 liters, giving 115 forces. In addition, buyers are offered a 92-strong diesel. They aggregate both with “mechanics”, and with “robot” and “automatic machine” depending on the version.
The basic equipment includes anti-lock system, ESP, emergency braking system and four airbags.
Body of the C-Elysée type four-door sedan, bearing design, solid metal. The frame of the body includes the base, sidewall, roof and parts, connected by one’s electric welding (point, suture and arc). The body is a non-detachable structure that has sufficient rigidity and carries all its units, hinged body parts and interior details.