Citroen reintroduced the C4 in 2021 as a quirky new hatchback-cross-SUV, and a key draw to it was the option of an all-electric version. However, changes to the government’s electric car grant in December – which reduced from £2,500 to £1,500, while also being available on cars with a list price of up to £32,000 – down from £35,000.
This meant the e-C4 suddenly became noticeably more expensive, but Citroen has now responded with a rejigged trim level range to make it more affordable. The main change is the addition of a new entry-level Sense trim, which drops the e-C4’s price down to £28,495 after the grant has been deducted. It still offers plenty of equipment, though, such as 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, keyless start and a 10-inch touchscreen.