Citroen enhances approved used vehicle programme

Time 8 years ago

New_Citroën_select_approved_used_vehicle_programme_for_cars_&_LCVsCITROEN has enhanced its Select Approved Used Vehicle Programme to provide a greater choice of quality used vehicles and to appeal to a wider range of customer budgets.

From this month, the programme has been extended to include Citroen cars and LCVs up to 10 years old or 100,000 miles.

Mark Perry, Citroen’s Approved Used Programme manager, said: ‘The original Citroen Select Approved Used Vehicle Programme covered high quality Citroen vehicles of up to seven years old. Following feedback from the Citroen Select dealer network, we are pleased to announce that we are extending the programme to cater for Citroen vehicles up to 10 years old or 100,000 miles.

‘It is important to note that we have retained the same Citroen warranty for vehicles up to five years old. Uniquely, these cars and vans come with our own Citroen warranty that provides more comprehensive cover than the insurance-backed used vehicle warranties offered by other manufacturers. ‘The Citroen Select Approved Used Vehicle Programme is a national scheme with some 150 Citroen dealers who are now able to cater for most customer budgets with quality used vehicles from nearly new to 10 years old.’

For cars and LCVs up to five years old/50,000 miles the Citroen Select Approved Used Vehicle Programme includes: an HPI/Experian history check, mileage check and a mileage investigation for vehicles with more than one owner; 112-point Citroen Select multi-point check; 12 month, unlimited mileage Citroën warranty; 12 month Citroen Assist (through AA); 30 day/1,000 mile (fault based) exchange programme and MOT Test Cover on all vehicles over two years old.

For cars and LCVs that are five-10 years old/up to 100,000 miles the programme includes the HPI and Experian checks, a Citroen-backed multi-point check, and minimum six month, unlimited mileage Citroën-backed warranty and optional Citroen Assist (through AA).

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