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Citroën C4 hatchback axed to make way for latest C4 Cactus

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https://www.autocar.co.uk - Citroën will axe the C4 from its line-up this year, with no direct replacement for the C-segment hatchback planned for launch before 2020. The company revealed today that its heavily revamped C4 Cactus will temporarily take the place of the C4, which rivals the Ford Focus and Vauxhall Astra, until an all-new model is ready for production in 2020 or 2021.

Citroen C4 hatchback axed to make way for latest C4 Cactus

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https://www.autocar.co.uk - Citroën will axe the C4 from its line-up this year, with no direct replacement for the C-segment hatchback planned for launch before 2020. The company revealed today that its heavily revamped C4 Cactus will temporarily take the place of the C4, which rivals the Ford Focus and Vauxhall Astra, until an all-new model is ready for production in 2020 or 2021.

Why PSA is axing jobs at Vauxhall's Astra plant

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http://europe.autonews.com - Vauxhall and PSA have cited declining sales in the compact segment as a reason for cutting 400 jobs at the UK factory that builds Astra cars, which would make sense if customers were turning away from cars such as the Astra Sports Tourer built there.

Vauxhall Cascada Elite Review

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http://www.kentonline.co.uk - Vauxhall’s Cascada is a surprisingly rare sight on our roads. Yes, there’s a somewhat unfashionable Griffin adorning the front of the car and, yes, it does share quite a few parts with both the Insignia and the Astra, riding on the same platform as the latter. The Cascada, however, occupies a slot in the class above, offering D segment space – the equivalent of a Mercedes C-Class or BMW 3 Series – for the price of a C segment motor, which includes the BMW 2 Series or Audi A3 among its ranks.

Subaru Impreza launched as all-wheel drive Ford Focus rival

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https://www.autocar.co.uk - Subaru has pulled the covers off its all-new Impreza at the Frankfurt motor show with bold promises for high safety and good handling. Built on Subaru’s latest underpinnings and using all-wheel drive as standard, the fifth-generation Impreza serves as a left field C-segment alternative to the likes of the Ford Focus and Vauxhall Astra.