The Citroen C4 Picasso and seven-seat Grand C4 Picasso are excellent MPVs thanks, in part, to their characterful styling, practical interiors and versatile seating options. Our dedicated colours guide will help you pick the perfect shade to make the most of their striking looks.
There are two paint types available for the Citroen C4 Picasso and Grand C4 Picasso – solid gloss and metallic finishes. Besides the standard Polar White option, all shades will set you back £520. Once you’ve chosen your favourite colour, use our Citroen C4 Picasso configurator and Citroen Grand C4 Picasso configurator to get your next new car for a great price. If you’d like more information, read our dedicated car paint types guide.
Polar White – £0
The only no-cost option available for the C4 Picasso is Polar White. Cars in this shade often prove popular on the used market but this non-metallic finish could start to look particularly grubby if not kept absolutely spotless.
Onyx Black – £520
Black is a highly sought-after colour in the second-hand market but such a dark shade will do a poor job of hiding dirt and grime. Poor-quality car washes may leave ugly swirl marks in the paintwork, too.
Ruby Red – £520
This shimmering red shade contrasts against the C4 Picasso’s large black trim pieces and gives it an extra slice of character. Red paintwork should do a middling job of concealing dirt and should be relatively easy to sell on, too.
Cumulus Grey – £520
Cumulus Grey is an understated colour that keeps things simple. It won’t hide dirt very well – keeping it looking factory fresh will require regular trips to the car wash – but it should prove relatively easy to sell when the time comes to replace your C4 Picasso.
Lazuli Blue – £520
This rich, deep blue is a striking choice for the C4 Picasso and compliments the MPV’s eye-catching looks well. A dark shade such as this will hide grime and dirt better than many lighter colours and should prove relatively easy to sell when you’re ready for a new car, too.
Soft Sand – £520
Soft Sand is a bright, neutral colour that makes a subtly sophisticated alternative to traditional white and grey shades. This pale hue will be trickier to keep clean than some darker options but it should prove fairly popular with used car buyers.
Shark Grey Metallic – £520
The only metallic paint on offer for the C4 Picasso is Arctic Steel – a dark, elegant shade that errs on the side of caution. Such a dark tone will hide dirt well and should prove relatively easy to sell when you’re ready to replace your car, too.
C4 Picasso drivers who want to add a bit of flair to their new car can specify an optional bi-tone roof for an extra £200. This feature changes the roof and door mirrors from the body colour to Onyx Black. Grand C4 Picasso customers are offered an optional £200 aluminium finish for the roof rails, too.
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