Tax payers of Britain can unite and avoid paying the 17.5% VAT when buying a new Citroen in October. This sensational new initiative will offer savings of up to £3,500.
In a revolutionary move, Citroen has once again demonstrated its innovative thinking by becoming the first car company to pay its customers’ VAT on all new cars ordered and registered in October, further reinforcing Citroen’s position as the value champions in the UK car market.
The offer means that the Citroen range now starts from just £5,795 for the Saxo Forte, whilst the funky new C3 supermini is available from just £7,326. The UK's most popular MPV, the Xsara Picasso begins at less than £11,000 and Citroen's executive car, the C5, is now available for a little over £12,500.
Citroen's unique VAT paid offer applies to all cars delivered during October and replaces all other promotional offers giving buyers very clear and straightforward prices, across the entire model range.Published 1 October 2002