C6 Engine range and performance

How does it measure up?
on 29 October 2010
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All the performace stats in 1 place.

How do the different engines available compare in the C6 range. This guide has been complied from Citroen's own figures from various sources so you can easily compare what is currently and what was historically available.

2010 Production the C6 range has been reduced with only 1 engine option available, 3.0 HDi V6 Auto

Engine 3.0i Petrol
215 Auto
2.7 HDi
208 Auto
2.2 HDi 16v
173 Manual
2.2HDi 16V
173 Auto
3.0 HDi V6
240 Auto
Capacity (cc) 2946 2720 2179 2179 2992
Max power hp/rpm) 215/6000 208/4000 173/4000 173/4000 238/3800
Max torque DIN lb.ft/rpm) 214/3750 325/1900 295/1750 295/1750 332/1600
Max Speed (mph) 143 143 135 135 149
0-62 mph (secs) 9.4 8.9 10.9 11.2 8.9
Urban Cycle (mpg) 17.3 23.5 32.5 26.6 27.7
Extra Urban (mpg) 34.4 41.5 52.3 47.9 48.7
Combined (mpg) 25.2 32.5 42.8 37.2 38.2
CO2 (g/km) 266 230 175 199 195

N.B. Official Government test / fuel consumption figures - actual achieved will depend on individual driving style and conditions. Insurance groups are estimated and vary by engine size/trim level

C02The above table is an abridged version of the Citroën original. Previous model technical Data is available at Citroën Technical Specification Archive provided for comparison purposes only

For all the latest Technical Information and current model specifications you should consult the Citroën UK web site

For details of what the C02 Emission figures mean in actual Licence Duty take a look at the current rates here at the DVLA web site

Want to see what the Colour range was/is, look here - Click Here -

Last updated: 29th October 2010

How big is a C6? - click the images to find out

Please note these are correct (as far as we are aware) at December 2009.

The C6 is a big car in every way, it weighs over 2.2 tons and is long....

So how big is it in reality?

It will be tight in a lot of garages as at 4908 millimetres it is over 16 feet and you also need to pick your car parking space carefully!