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New models and price rise for Citroen

CITROEN has increased its Saxo range to 16 models with the launch of a diesel engine, automatic and five door version and announced a 1.5% increase across its range. The new 58bhp 1.5-litre Saxo diesel models return a combined Government fuel consumption figure of 53.3mpg and 65mpg on the extra urban cycle. The Saxo is now also available as an automatic with a 90bhp engine and power steering as standard.

Sample on the road prices are: Saxo - 1.1i X 3dr, £7,925; 5dr, £8,335; 1.5DX 5dr, £8,740; 1.4iSX 3dr, £9,110; 1.5D SX 5dr, £9,680; 1.5D VSX 5dr, £10,185; 1.6i SX auto 5dr, £10,910. Xantia - 1.6i LX (with a/c), £13,835; 1.8i SX 16v (with a/c), £15,635; 2.0i SX auto with a/c, £17,065; Turbo Activa with a/c, £19,820. Xantia Estates - 2.0i SX 16v with a/c, £17,230; 2.0i VSX auto with a/c, £20,575. XM saloons - 2.0i Turbo VSX, £22,145; 2.1 Turbo D VSX, £22,810. XM estates - 2.5 Turbo D VSX, £24,570. Synergie - 2.0i SX (7 seats), £19,615; 1.9 Turbo D SX (5 seats), £19,990.

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