C4 Cactus will cost 13,950 euros in France

C4 Cactus will cost 13,950 euros in France

The charge for the Citro?n strategy, Julien Montarnal revealed to website Automotive News Europe that the new C4 Cactus will cost 13,950 euros at its launch in France, 4900 euros cheaper than the entry level compact C4 traditional. The car, with different and new equipment design, will, according to the executive director of Citro?n, Frederic Banzet, between 10% and 15% cheaper than rivals in the segment.

This special version of the C4 will be offered in France for a monthly fee of 199 euros for a contract of 36 months and with a limit of 45,000 km. Other contract options are available and at the end of the period signed, the customer will have the option to purchase the vehicle, return it or sign a new agreement with a different car. Packed with all of the included values ??should be offered in other European countries.

In addition there will also be the possibility of a deal to pay for use, which would have a fixed monthly cost cheaper than the previous option, but with extra payments per mile. Initially this option is available only in the UK, Italy and Spain, but other countries should be part of the program in the future.

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