Citroën means business with its vans
The free incentive was due to end on 31st July, and applied only to the Nemo, Berlingo, Dispatch or Relay.
Now it has been extended “for the foreseeable future” and applies to all new Citroën LCVs.
The package includes four years/60,000 mile servicing (whichever comes first), allowing customers to have their LCVs serviced annually over this period; four years Citroën Assistance (provided by the AA), with Roadside Assistance, At Home Assistance, Recovery, Onward travel and European cover, and a warranty extension to four years/120,000 miles (whichever comes first).
According to Citroën’s Head of Commercial Vehicles & Business Centre Programme, Scott Michael, the programme is evidence of the brand taking its responsibilities seriously in reducing the whole life costs of its LCV range.
“The continuation of the Upgrade to Business Class package means we can continue to provide our customers with long-term economic benefits,” he adds.
Words by: Andrew Charman