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Citroen VAT offer

CITROEN is promising to pay the VAT on all new cars ordered and registered in October, although the company has not lowered its official list prices by 17.5%, so company car drivers will continue to incur a benefit in kind charge based on the full P11d price of the cars.

The new promotion can offer consumers up to £3,500 off the price of a new car, with the range now starting from just £5,795 for the Saxo Forte, whilst the new C3 supermini is available from £7,326. In the showroom during October, the Xsara Picasso begins at less than £11,000 and Citroen's upper medium car, the C5, for a little over £12,500.

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