Determined to maintain its reputation as the UK’s value for money champion in the build-up to September’s new registration change, Citroen is now giving buyers a £400 cashback incentive on all C3 models, except for the very latest 1.4 HDi 16V version.
Until the end of September, manufacturer’s recommended retail prices for the C3 range will start from just £8,595 (including cashback) for the entry-level 1.4i LX model, significantly less than its nearest rivals from Ford, Volkswagen and Honda.
Offering chic looks, a spacious feel and big car technology, all C3 models boast four airbags, variable power assisted steering and remote control central locking with deadlocks, while SX and Exclusive versions also come with air conditioning, a CD player and ABS with EBD and EBA.
And with the news that the C3 has won the city cars and superminis ‘Best in Class’ accolade in What Car? magazine’s Security Supertest 2002, with a score equalling that of cars such as the BMW 735i and Jaguar S-TYPE, customers selecting Citroen’s supermini can rest assured that they are making a very secure decision.Published 31 July 2002