There are a number of features available for the Citreon C5 Tourer Wagon. It comes with automatic wipers, an electronic parking brake, ventilation, a combination of analogue and digital gauges and cruise control with a speed limiter. In addition to that there is a fixed hub on the steering wheel, bi-xenon headlights with cornering lights, ambient mood lighting in the cabin and a powered liftgate. The C5 also has a keyless entry system and the hydropneumatic suspension that is exclusive to Citreon. This allows drivers to select between two settings, Comfort and Sport, and adjust the height of the vehicle. Inside there is also full leather with the front seats having heat and massaging as well as center arm rest and cupholders. The C5 comes with BS, Brake Assist, roof bars and the e-Touch system. Of course there is also storage bins inside and climate control throughout the cabin.
Though the Citreon C5 Tourer Wagon was designed to compete with the likes of Mercedes and BMW, there are many ways in which it does not hold up. It has quite a significant number of features and a comfortable interior for both passengers and drivers. That said, both of those brands have a much more exciting driving experience when behind the wheel. The C5 simply cannot offer the same road feedback and pleasure as the brands it is trying to match. Considering the cost of the C5, it makes sense to look at what comes with the other vehicles before making a buying decision.