Go Lo On CO2 With Citroen And Save ££s

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Encouraging even more new car buyers to get into its low emission cars this October, Citroen – two-times GreenFleet ‘Car Manufacturer Of The Year’ – is launching an innovative “GO LO CO2” promotion.

The unique “carbon-trading-down” scheme applies to a wide selection of some of the Company’s most popular models.  Customers who part-exchange their current vehicle for a new Citroen with a lower emissions figure are rewarded with special cashbacks of up to £1,000.  Those with cars registered before 2001 automatically qualify for the offer.

Selected C1, C2, C3, C4 and Berlingo Multispace models benefit from a £500 “GO LO CO2” reward which, combined with other cashbacks, means that new car buyers can drive off in a C1 Vibe 1.0i 3dr for just £5,995, or a family-size C4 1.4i 16V LX hatchback for £9,995.

Buyers of selected versions of Citroen’s great value Xsara Picasso can enjoy the additional £1,000 cashback, that reduces the price of the 1.6i 16V 110hp Desire to just £9,995.

The “GO LO CO2” promotion runs alongside other Citroen promotions on selected models, including 0% Finance, free insurance on sporty versions of the C2 and a free Twin DVD player on Xsara Picasso Desire models.

Citroen is firmly committed to, and is increasingly being recognised for, producing affordable cars that feature cutting-edge technologies to minimise their impact on the environment. With over 20 models returning CO2 emissions of 120g/km or less, and three of the top ten lowest CO2-emitting diesel cars on sale in the UK, it is perhaps no surprise that the Company was named ‘Car Manufacturer Of The Year’ at last month’s GreenFleet Awards.

Published 1 October 2007 Melanie Carter
 
 

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