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Citroen Xsara Picasso £5500 cashback + £2000 scrappage discount= £7500 of list price was £16,295 would be £8,795 including scrapping an old car £8,795.00

£8795.00 @ Citroen
I know this will not be to everyone's taste, but this car is nearly half price and that has to be a good deal, I know Citroen may not be to everyone's liking, Remember the government has not introdu… Read More
eddieitman Avatar
8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
I know this will not be to everyone's taste, but this car is nearly half price and that has to be a good deal, I know Citroen may not be to everyone's liking,
Remember the government has not introduced a scrapping scheme yet, so this is a great offer

Standard:

* Leather steering wheel
* Heat-reflecting windscreen
* Power assisted steering
* Electric front windows with one-touch operation on driver's side
* Electric and heated door mirrors
* Front folding armrests
* Independently foldable and removable rear seats with three retractable rear head restraints
* Sliding central rear seat
* ABS with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
* Driver's, front passenger's and front lateral airbags
* High frequency remote control central locking with dashboard mounted button
* On-board trip computer with distance travelled, average speed, average and current fuel consumption, number of miles on remaining fuel functions
* Front fog lights
* RDS stereo radio/CD player with 6 speakers and steering mounted controls



Xsara Picasso 1.6i 16V 110hp Desire

£5,500 cashback

£2,000 scrappage cashback* for your qualifying old car

Available on this model when purchased by 30/04/2009

£16,295 'On the Road' M.R.R.P

Less £5,500 cashback*

£10,795 OTR price
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#1
Guaranteed £2,000 scrappage cashback for your old car will apply to customers trading in a qualifying vehicle first registered before 1st January 2000 against the purchase of a qualifying new Citroën passenger vehicle (excluding C1, C2, C3, C3 Pluriel, Berlingo First, C3 Picasso, Dispatch and Relay Combi models). To qualify for the cashback, vehicle must be presented with a Certificate of Destruction (C.O.D) provided by an Authorised Treatment Facility (ATF), a V5, valid MOT, be properly insured, legal to be driven on the highway, and have been registered in the customer’s name for a minimum of 1 year.This Guaranteed Cashback is the total value that a customer will receive from the Manufacturer when trading in their qualifying part exchange vehicle for a qualifying new Citroën. Only one claim may be made against each new vehicle purchased.

- Guaranteed £1,000 Trade-In cashback for your old car will apply to customers trading in a qualifying vehicle first registered 1st January 2000 - 31st December 2002 against the purchase of a qualifying new Citroën passenger vehicle (excluding C1, C2, C3, C3 Pluriel, Berlingo First, C3 Picasso, Dispatch and Relay Combi models). There is no obligation to scrap these vehicles. To qualify for the cashback, vehicle must be presented with a Certificate of Destruction (C.O.D) provided by an Authorised Treatment Facility (ATF), a V5, valid MOT, be properly insured, legal to be driven on the highway, and have been registered in the customer’s name for a minimum of 1 year.This Guaranteed Cashback is the total value that a customer will receive from the Manufacturer when trading in their qualifying part exchange vehicle for a qualifying new Citroën. Only one claim may be made against each new vehicle purchased.

- Guaranteed £750 Trade-In cashback for your old car will apply to customers trading in a qualifying vehicle first registered 1st January 2003 - 31st December 2004 against the purchase of a qualifying new Citroën passenger vehicle (excluding C1, C2, C3, C3 Pluriel, Berlingo First, C3 Picasso, Dispatch and Relay Combi models). There is no obligation to scrap these vehicles. To qualify for the cashback, vehicle must be presented with a Certificate of Destruction (C.O.D) provided by an Authorised Treatment Facility (ATF), a V5, valid MOT, be properly insured, legal to be driven on the highway, and have been registered in the customer’s name for a minimum of 1 year.This Guaranteed Cashback is the total value that a customer will receive from the Manufacturer when trading in their qualifying part exchange vehicle for a qualifying new Citroën.
All rentals are subject to VAT. Prices correct at the time of going to press. Citroen Contract Motoring reserves the right to amend any of the rentals quoted without notice. Only one claim may be made against each new vehicle purchased.
#2
5500 cashback? So you hand over an extra five and a half grand and wait for them to give it back? eep
#3
Sorry but a quick google will bring up prices of under £10K OTR without having to mess around with the scrapping of a car - cold
#5
Great car that's what I have good price.
Cheer's
Gill x:thumbsup:
#6
What Car
TARGET PRICE: £10,243 - £13,306
#7
If you find the "Fuse Box" in one of these, and see the state of the wiring, you will probably decide not to buy one.

The build quality (or lack) of these is truly staggering.
#8
any new clio delas the mrs wants one
#9


I think you are mean't to post better deals when trying to prove a point,not worse ones.:roll:

The ops deal is nearly a grand less than yours for the sake of a hundred quid scrapper.:w00t:
banned#10
I'd rather keep the banger than drive around in this ugly hulk of a car
#11
Might pop down to our local dealer and pick up a few this weekend. Thanks! Voted hot!
#12
You may as well throw £8,795 down the drain if you go for this. Residual values are generally bad these days but this car will drop at warp speed.

Do your homework and pay a bit more if required for something that will hold its price better in the longer term.
#13
It's a Shitroen nuff said Cold !!!
#14
£7345 at http://www.drivethedeal.com

Voted cold.
#15
whatever you think of them they're a huge best seller. on any day you must see at least 20 on the road! possibly more. stay away from the petrol ones though, my mate's senior technician at the local citroen dealer and he says the petrol engine is crap. go for the 1.6HDI diesel.
#16
over £16K for an ugly car...are you insane...frozen...lol
#17
We've had 2, the last one for 4 and half years, the first was written off but everybody walked out unscathed.

Considering the electrics are supposed to be crap, the one we've just p/x never skipped a beat in all the time we owned it!!

People are badge snobs, it's a great mini MPV for families.
#18
nelson
whatever you think of them they're a huge best seller. on any day you must see at least 20 on the road! possibly more. stay away from the petrol ones though, my mate's senior technician at the local citroen dealer and he says the petrol engine is crap. go for the 1.6HDI diesel.


I'd be wary of the diesel.

From experience, we had the 2.0HDI Exclusive model and while fuel economy was superb (Liverpool to Paris on a full tank) the mini turbo went, costing us a load of cash to fix. A week or so later, my sister in law's did the same thing.

It's a shame really as it totally put us off getting a citroen again, even though we actually really liked the car in terms of economy, space, features and insurance costs
#19
mminghella;4893957
I'd be wary of the diesel.

From experience, we had the 2.0HDI Exclusive model and while fuel economy was superb (Liverpool to Paris on a full tank)


That's nothing to write home about, i did that in a 2L Golf GTI :roll:
#20
If they have the same 2.0 diesel engines as Renault, turbo problems are normal
#21
It's a Shitroen nuff said Cold !!!


Bit harsh really,When it comes to cars a lot of people stick with what they know,Our next door neighbours change there car every year from one fiat,for another fiat,and they have 2,but I wouldn't touch one with a barge pole,even thou I have never had one ,The wife is looking to buy a Citroen C4 because she bought a 3 year old Citroen Xsara 8 years ago which has been faultless in all that time.
#22
babylon;4893982
,The wife is looking to buy a Citroen C4 because she bought a 3 year old Citroen Xsara 8 years ago which has been faultless in all that time.


Only a Woman could justify that quote :whistling::whistling::whistling:
#23
I just can't see who is going to meet the £2000 scrapper discount criteria.
Is someone who is driving around in a 10+ year old shed that's ready to be scrapped really going to be the type of person who is suddenly going to decide 'I think Ill go and spend £9k on a brand new car'?
I very much doubt it.
#24
4paws
That's nothing to write home about, i did that in a 2L Golf GTI :roll:


Actually, it is something to write home about as it is a much larger car and weighed down by four people plus luggage and wine. Not sure why you used the rolling eyes smily though :thinking:
#25
mieciux
If they have the same 2.0 diesel engines as Renault, turbo problems are normal


Its the same as the Peugeot apparently
#26
mminghella;4893997
Actually, it is something to write home about as it is a much larger car and weighed down by four people plus luggage and wine. Not sure why you used the rolling eyes smily though :thinking:


Oh dear.... :roll::whistling::roll:
#27
4paws
That's nothing to write home about, i did that in a 2L Golf GTI :roll:


i did london to maastrict return ( its in the netherlands ) on a tank full in a 7 year old mondeo loaded with work tools and laminate
#28
p-e-t-e
If you find the "Fuse Box" in one of these, and see the state of the wiring, you will probably decide not to buy one.

The build quality (or lack) of these is truly staggering.



I know the quality of Citroen and Peugeot are still pretty bad, but does anyone know if Renault have got better. Is it comparable with say a Ford now? Or are all french cars poor?
#29
Only a Woman could justify that quote


To be honest, Saying you are gonna buy a car from a particular manufacturer because the last one you bought, An R Reg with 120.000 miles on the clock,has never broke down and never failed to start, doesn't really need any justification.
#30
nelson
whatever you think of them they're a huge best seller. on any day you must see at least 20 on the road! possibly more. stay away from the petrol ones though, my mate's senior technician at the local citroen dealer and he says the petrol engine is crap. go for the 1.6HDI diesel.


Funny I would have said the complete opposite now that Diesel engined cars are being fitted with Particulate Filters.
Don't get me wrong I have for years ran Diesel engined cars as they were very simple to maintain & hardly anything ever went wrong with them. However the new breed of electronic controlled Diesel engines have became too temperamental & have generally became more problem prone than their petrol equivalents.

These Particulate Filters are causing a lot of problems...basically the soot that the filter collects is supposed to burn off every now & then to keep the filter clear, this isn't working like it should so the filter is becoming clogged up & this stops the engine running properly & causes the engine to go into a fault condition.
I personally know people who have had to have the Particulate Filter replaced on their car at quite a low mileage, this is not cheap if the car is out of warranty.These cars have spent the best part of their life up & down motorways which is the ideal environment for a Diesel engine so what chance do you have if you use the car around the doors.

Just Google Particulate Filter problems to reveal the horror story's

Cheers.
#31
deek72
I just can't see who is going to meet the £2000 scrapper discount criteria.
Is someone who is driving around in a 10+ year old shed that's ready to be scrapped really going to be the type of person who is suddenly going to decide 'I think Ill go and spend £9k on a brand new car'?
I very much doubt it.


I agree with you there. I think the main people who will take this offer up is someone who deliberately buys a banger for say £149 and then immediately trades it in for the £2,000.
#32
Zuulan
I agree with you there. I think the main people who will take this offer up is someone who deliberately buys a banger for say £149 and then immediately trades it in for the £2,000.


The only problem is that they have got to have owned it for 1 year, so that little ruse is trod on!
#33
4paws
Oh dear.... :roll::whistling::roll:


Trolling or trying to up your posts by useless comments? hard to decide really
#34
I'm driving a 12 yr old 2ltr volvo estate,yeah i would love to trade it in for a citroen with this scrapping scheme,but i'm strapped for cash,hence why i'm driving a 12 yr old car.

I was flapping when that halfwit Darling announced a new "tax" on older more polluting cars

but as previously posted,the ppl that are driving around in these cars(i.e me) ain't got the money to trade up
#35
dados
I'm driving a 12 yr old 2ltr volvo estate,yeah i would love to trade it in for a citroen with this scrapping scheme,but i'm strapped for cash,hence why i'm driving a 12 yr old car.


My point exactly.
#36
& as for the scrapping scheme god knows why the gov. is "considering a scheme similar to" blah blah blah,is beyond me,the countries in Euroland that are doing it are seeing a 20% increase in new car sales,yet this clampet gov. are dragging their heels,smarting perhaps that good old blighty have been pipped at the post again.........sickening given the state of the industry here
#37
nelson
whatever you think of them they're a huge best seller. on any day you must see at least 20 on the road! possibly more. stay away from the petrol ones though, my mate's senior technician at the local citroen dealer and he says the petrol engine is crap. go for the 1.6HDI diesel.


They're very cheap, that's why you see a lot of them. That's not to say they are not reasonable cars, they are.
#38
mieciux
If they have the same 2.0 diesel engines as Renault, turbo problems are normal


They don't have the same 2.0 diesel engine as Renault. Nor does Renault have turbo problems on their 2.0 dci, just the early 1.9 dcis.
#39
deek72
I just can't see who is going to meet the £2000 scrapper discount criteria.
Is someone who is driving around in a 10+ year old shed that's ready to be scrapped really going to be the type of person who is suddenly going to decide 'I think Ill go and spend £9k on a brand new car'?
I very much doubt it.


I was thinking the same. If someone with a 10 year old car could afford a new car, they would have brought it by now. Even if they do get a discount of £2k, that does not mean they will have £9k to spend on a brand new car. Now if you could spend the £2k on a second hand car that has a reg of 2005+ then more people would be interested.

Plus the scrappage discount has not even been announced yet. Knowing our Government, they will somehow mess that up as well.
#40
4paws
It's a Shitroen nuff said Cold !!!


LOL!

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