C3 buyers will save $3000, with the Seduction manual now $19,990 driveaway, the Seduction automatic $22,990 driveaway, and the Exclusive now $25,990 driveaway.
Buyers of the C4 small hatch in Seduction petrol auto guise will save $4000, with that variant available from $23,990 driveaway.
The same saving applies to the C4 Aircross compact SUV. The Exclusive 2WD petrol auto is down to $31,990 driveaway, while the 4WD version is priced at $33,990 driveaway.
The largest savings apply to the C5 sedan, with the Seduction petrol available from $35,990 driveaway and the diesel from $38,990 driveaway - a drop of $5000.
Citroen is also offering the Berlingo L1 petrol manual and L2 diesel manual with free electronic stability control (which was due to be implemented as a standard-fit item by November anyway) and no deposits and no repayments for 12 months as part of a special finance package.
All five models are modest sellers for Citroen Australia. The Berlingo is the brand’s top seller so far this year, with 83 vans delivered to the end of April, while the C4 Aircross is its worst performer with just 11 sold.
The driveaway prices will remain until the end of June or while stocks last.