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CAA opts for Citroen

THE Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has announced a solus car supply agreement with Citroen for the fifth year in a row. Over the next year, the agreement will see 75 Citroen C5, Xsara and Xsara Picasso cars delivered, most of which ae powered by HDi common rail diesel engines.

Gatwick-based CAA contract hires cars on three- year, 70,000-mile agreements with Citroen Contract Motoring.

Maintenance and accident requirements are self-managed by the CAA.

CAA fleet manager Mark Rowlingson said: 'We continue to operate Citroen cars on a solus supply agreement as the range provides us with a combination of financial benefits and driver appeal.'

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