‘Transforming The Cost Of Diesel’ For The March Registration
With diesel sales in the UK at a record high, Citroen has introduced its most powerful HDi yet – a Huge Diesel incentive which sees additional savings on diesel models throughout February and March, including up to £1,700 off the new C4 and a whopping £3,900 off all Xsara Picasso diesel models.
Diesel sales soared by almost 20% last year, meaning that a third of all new cars bought in the UK are now diesel powered, and with close to 70mpg economy possible it is easy to see why. For a C4 or Xsara Picasso owner covering around 10,000 miles per year, the extra £500 saved in the new offers compared to a petrol model equates to some nine months of free fuel!
These offers mean that the well-equipped 92hp Citroen C4 1.6HDi LX, which can return 60mpg, is now available for just £10,995 – that’s £500 less than the entry-level, petrol 5-door Ford Focus 1.4i Studio. There are savings of £1,600 on all other diesel C4 models, while £1,100 off petrol variants allows the highly acclaimed C4 range to start at £9,995.
Xsara Picasso buyers will save £3,900 on all diesel models (or £3,400 if they choose petrol), making the UK’s best selling diesel Compact MPV available for just £10,495, a staggering £5,850 less than the entry-level diesel Vauxhall Zafira. Citroen’s other MPVs also benefit from special diesel deals, with savings of up to £3,500 and £1,700 on C8 and Berlingo Multispace models respectively.
The sophisticated New Look C5 also receives the HDi treatment, with savings of up to £2,800. Buyers of superminis aren’t left out either, with up to £1,300 off the UK’s cleanest and most economical mainstream car, the funky C2 1.4HDi, up to £2,200 off all diesel C3 models and a £1,500 saving on all C3 Pluriel models.
Motorists choosing petrol are certainly not overlooked however, with Citroen continuing to offer its traditional great value across the range - with savings from £1,100 to £3,400 depending on model.
Offers apply to vehicles ordered and registered 1st February - 31st March 2005.Published 2 February 2005