Friday 17th July 2020
Citroen announces savings for NHS staff and teachers

For those teachers and NHS workers who have worked throughout the coronavirus, Citroen wants to say ‘thank you’ by providing deposit contributions and other savings on Citroen models.

Motors reports:

Citroen has announced additional savings for NHS staff and teachers that have worked throughout the coronavirus crisis.

Alongside existing offers, the French manufacturer is giving an extra contribution of up to £300 on Citroen models – that’s on top of the ‘1-2-3’ offer, which gives buyers a £1,000 deposit contribution, two years of free servicing and deferred monthly payments for three months.

The most generous £300 savings are available on the C4 Cactus, C5 Aircross, Grand C4 SpaceTourer, Berlingo and Space Tourer models. Discounts of £240 are then available on the C3 and C3 Aircross, while £180 is available towards the C1 – Citroen’s most affordable model.

Eurig Druce, managing director of Citroen UK, said: “At Citroen, we are inspired by our customers. I speak on behalf of the whole Citroen team when I say we have been truly humbled by the commitment and efforts of both NHS workers and teachers during the COVID-19 crisis.

“This is our way of saying thank you for everything they’ve done in their local communities during this difficult time.”

While Citroen dealers have now reopened, the firm has introduced a new online tool that allows customers to browse stock vehicles, as well as reserve their vehicle, too.

Citroen’s offer to help has been one of many pledges to come from car manufacturers during the coronavirus pandemic, with British factories helping to provide the vital PPE needed in the ongoing fight, alongside donating vehicles to help frontline causes.

It is inspiring to see so many manufacturers step up and help the UK in many ways during the coronavirus pandemic. Hopefully many people will have benefited from their thoughtful offerings.

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