MADRID – Citroen appears to be sending its new C4 Cactus model down the trail blazed by rival Renault’s Captur. The PSA Peugeot Citroen brand has launched sales of the urban CUV assembled at the French automaker’s Madrid plant. Although it is a compact, the C4 Cactus uses PSA’s PF1 subcompact platform to reduce weight and save fuel. The Madrid plant is assembling 340 units daily of the C4 Cactus, which has 85% of its components made in Spain and 65% in the value of ...

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