Provident Financial is currently taking delivery of 45 C4s and expects to take on about 100 during the year.
The group is expecting the C4 1.6 HDi SX five-door hatchbacks to cover 80,000 miles each during a four-year replacement cycle.
Stephen Ingham, purchasing manager at Provident Financial, said: ‘Citroens have always represented excellent value for money and provided reliable operation and low wholelife costs.
‘The C4 adds to these benefits with its state-of-the-art design, high standards of safety and its advanced 1.6 HDi diesel engine offering low CO2 emissions and excellent fuel economy. We also expect the C4 to have great driver appeal and to deliver good residual values.’
Provident Financial also runs Citroen C3s, Xsara Picasso MPVs and C5s as part of its 675-strong fleet.