Waving charges associated with dealer delivery, registration, stamp duty and CTP across certain passenger car and commercial vehicles, the discounts – tagged to be associated with the 90th anniversary of the brand in this country – save between $3500 to $4500 depending on the model.
The Citroen C4 Seduction small hatchback, which uses an 88kW 1.6-litre four-cylinder petrol engine and four-speed automatic transmission, is now $24,990 driveaway, matching its previous list price before on-road costs and saving $3500. It follows the diesel-powered manual Citroen C4 Seduction e-HDi, which in May dropped from $27,990 before on-road costs to $25,990 driveaway.
Both petrol and diesel versions of the Citroen C4 Picasso people move score free on-road costs. The 115kW 1.6-litre turbo petrol automatic is now $37,490 driveaway, the 110kW 2.0-litre diesel automatic $39,490, a $4000 saving on each.
Only the Citroen C5 Tourer Exclusive HDi gets driveaway pricing, the 120kW 2.0-litre diesel automatic costing $46,990 on-road, a saving of $4000.
Meanwhile the Citroen Berlingo small van is priced at $19,990 driveway as a Short Body 72kW petrol manual, and $24,990 as a Long Body 66kW HDi diesel manual.
Although the driveaway prices for the two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive Citroen C4 Aircross remain unchanged from the car’s March launch at $31,990 and $33,990, respectively, Citroen has since added keyless entry, push button start, roof rails and side mirror-mounted indicators as standard equipment.
Both models get a 110kW 2.0-litre four cylinder petrol engine tied to a continuously variable transmission (CVT).