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CAA extends its Citroen contract

THE Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has extended is solus deal with Citroen until May 2003 in a deal worth nearly £2 million at showroom prices.

The agreement extend a previous two year solus deal and will see the delivery of about 150 C5, Xsara and Xsara Picasso cars.

CAA fleet manager Mark Rowlingson said: 'We have extended our solus deal with Citroen as we have found that the range has good benefit-in-kind ratings, offers excellent value and is popular with both our user chooser and allocated car drivers.'

Citroen Contract Motoring supplies Gatwick-based CAA with vehicles on contract hire. They are operated on a three-year contract, with CAA self-managing maintenance requirements.

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