The key difference on this update are trim level changes, while standard equipment levels have also been improved.
Replacing the previous ‘Touch Edition’, ‘Feel’ and ‘Flair’ grades are new Touch Plus, Feel Plus and Flair Plus trim levels, with each coming with more kit for the money than before.
Standard equipment on the Touch Plus includes a 12-inch main display, satellite navigation and access to Citroen’s emergency call system.
Moving to the Feel Plus, this now comes with half leather upholstery, keyless entry and start ad a reversing camera. Safety tech has also been enhanced, with this grade now coming with automatic emergency braking, a driver attention monitoring system and traffic sign recognition.
Sitting at the top of the range is the Flair Plus, which replaces the Flair that accounts for half of overall SpaceTourer sales. Featuring here are with Xenon headlights, adaptive cruise control and automatically dipping headlights.See Available C4 SpaceTourer deals
Citroen has also reworked its 1.2-litre PureTech 130 petrol engine to meet tighter emissions regulations, with the engine being paired to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
With the standard five-speed SpaceTourer being discontinued, it means prices for the Grand model now start from £25,935, rising to £34,560 for the range-topping model.
Order books are now open, with first deliveries expected from the end of October.