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Citroen launches specialist EV network

With first C-ZERO deliveries now underway, the Government’s Plug-in Car Grants in place and new car buyer interest in EVs at an all time high, Citroën is already well placed for success as one of the first European manufacturers to introduce an all-electric car into the UK market. 

Citroën UK has announced the appointment of 11 dealers, from its current network, to specialise in sales and servicing for its new full-electric city car, the Citroën C-ZERO. 

The 11 dealers that make up the ‘Citroën Electric Vehicle Specialist Dealer Network’ have been selected to provide extensive geographical coverage of the UK and are typically located in larger cities and areas associated with the Government’s Infrastructure support - known as Plugged-in Places. 

All of Citroën’s EV specialist dealers will provide a C-ZERO demonstrator for customer test drives, plus an electric vehicle charging bay - complete with a charging post, hard standing and signage. The dealers also have two nominated sales and two aftersales electric vehicle specialists who will be fully trained, with access to all the necessary special tools and equipment to prepare, service and maintain the new C-ZERO city car.

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