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Citroen UK appoints new managing director

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Citroen UK has appointed Arnaud Leclerc as its new managing director for the UK and Ireland, with effect from June 1, 2014.

Leclerc joins from Citroen Scandinavia where he has been managing director since July 2011.

He also held a number of key roles earlier in his career, including managing director - Citroen Croatia and regional co-ordinator for the Citroen brand in Europe.

He started his career in the motor industry in 1997 and joined PSA Peugeot Citroën in March 2001.

Leclerc replaces Linda Jackson who was promoted to global head of Citroen at the start of May.

PSA Peugeot Citroen revealed its 'Back in the Race' plans earlier this year to cut models from both the Peugeot and Citroen model lineup by almost half.

Leclerc will help implement the plans in the UK as well as guide Citroen's DS brand to become a separate franchise.


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Comments

  • Topboss - 28/05/2014 08:28

    Lets hope he can install a more fleet friendly service...I for one am fed up of the continual battle to get this particular manufacturer to accept liability for vehicles that have got genuine faults......although I won't be holding my breath !!!

    • Citroën UK - 04/06/2014 11:42

      @Topboss - Hi Topboss, sorry to hear you’ve had problems, we would like to see if there’s anything we can do to help you. Please can you email us at cuksocial@citroen.com with your vehicle registration, telephone number, e-mail address, your full name and the name of the dealership that you’ve been speaking to? Kind regards, Citroën UK

  • angela leggett - 05/08/2014 20:47

    Lost all confidence in Citroen

  • Ray Fisher - 05/03/2015 08:50

    I hope Arnaud Leclerc can sort out Citroen's new car distribution they are atrocious. I buy a new car every 3 years this is the first time I have brought a Citroen and already I am regretting it. No matter how hard the dealership or customer relations try to provide a good service, Distribution cant commit to a delivery date, very poor from a customer point of view.

  • Bryan Lewis - 04/09/2015 09:55

    WE bought a new Citroen 12 weeks ago. Unfortunately we were burgled three weeks later. Our car was stolen, fortunately we got it back a few days later. We have now been waiting 8 weeks for replacement locks and unable to use the car. We have been given one date after another, contacted customer relations and all we get are apologies. Suggested DHL as a means of shipment but this is not company policy. They are quite happy to let us pay hundreds of pounds to rent a car because of their inefficiency but won't DHL the part! Whatever happened to the customer in all this? Meanwhile we are paying to rent a car as it is not covered by our insurance. It would appear that Citroen just couldn't care less. Never buy a Citroen.

  • scott wasden - 10/11/2015 07:28

    I am waiting for a problem to be fixed on my driving school car and after 4 times in the garage and 6 months waiting(yes 6 months waiting) the car is no where near fixed and i have lost so much money never mind the stress and impact on my business!!!!! The car has a major mechanical fault with the clutch juddering so not the best tool to use to instruct in!! Very frustrating....

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