All new Citroen C5 launched in Bahrain
Manama, April 2, 2012
Motorcity, the sole distributor of Citroen cars in Bahrain, has launched the all new Citroen C5, which features contemporary design and cutting-edge technology.
The new Citroen C5 features a driver-focused cockpit with advanced options, a statement said.
The centerpiece is an uncluttered console with dual-zone automatic air conditioning seamlessly incorporated into the design, and the seats are ergonomically sculpted for maximum comfort in all driving conditions, it added.
At the heart of the Citroen C5’s technology revolution is the fixed-centred controls steering wheel. From activating the speed limiter and cruise control to changing songs or the central information display, the driver has everything he needs for the drive, right at his fingertips.
With the Citroen C5’s front and rear parking sensors, the audible warning increases in frequency the nearer one gets to an obstacle, meanwhile, the multi-function screen shows six detection zones to warn one of obstacles.
This combination of front and rear parking sensors also includes the parking space ‘gap’ measurement system – which scans the necessary spaces before telling one whether the parking maneuver is possible, difficult or inadvisable.
In addition to that, all Citroen C5 models are equipped with the static Adaptive Frontlighting System (AFS), which boosts lighting for a clearer view.
The Citroen C5 has an advanced braking system with electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD), emergency braking assistance (EBA), anti-lock braking system (ABS) and electronic stability program (ESP), and the hazard warning lights are activated automatically when the ABS operates. – TradeArabia News Service
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