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Citroen Dispatch contract hire deals start from £179 a month, and an upgrade to the ‘Business Class’ service plan brings a host of benefits tailored to SME customers

CITROEN is hoping to boost its recent strong LCV performance with a raft of Citroen contract hire offers across the four-strong van range.

And for those buying outright, an ‘Upgrade to Business Class’ service plan package is on offer at £249 plus VAT. This covers the cost of servicing for four years/60,000 miles (whichever comes first), including brake fluid replacement.

All Nemo (named Best City Van in our Business Van Awards), Berlingo, Dispatch and Relay LCVs registered by 30th June 2014 will be available with new contract hire deals through Citroen Contract Motoring.

The two-year/10,000 mile per year, non-maintenance contract hire agreements are based on a 6 + 23 month payments profile. Under the scheme the Nemo and Berlingo will cost from £149 a month, the  Dispatch from £179 a month, and the Relay from £259 a month, all plus VAT.

Also part of the package is Citroen Assistance for four years, provided by the AA and including roadside and at-home assistance, recovery, onward travel and cover for European travel.

Upgrade to Business Class can also be used when buying through Citroen’s Finance Lease services.

According to Jeremy Smith, Citroen’s Head of Commercial Vehicles & Business Sector Operations, the new offers follow an exceptional van sales performance, with all four models performing strongly.

“The latest Upgrade to Business Class package is designed to meet the business requirements of our Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) customers,” Jeremy adds.

“It offers a comprehensive package of benefits including fixed-price, low-cost servicing and the peace-of-mind afforded by Citroen Assistance, our 24/7 UK and European roadside assistance service.”

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Chris Wright
Chris Wright has been covering the automotive industry nationally and internationally for 30 years. Following spells with consumer titles he became News Editor of Automotive Management (AM), Editor of Automotive International, International Editor for Detroit-based Automotive News, and Editor of Dealer Update. He has also co-authored several FT Management Reports and contributes regularly to


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