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Citroen C1 Feel from V4B. £99 deposit £99 a month vat included plus £360 process fee. 18 months £2142 @ Vehicles for business
Citroen C1 Feel from V4B. £99 deposit £99 a month vat included plus £360 process fee. 18 months £2142 @ Vehicles for business

Citroen C1 Feel from V4B. £99 deposit £99 a month vat included plus £360 process fee. 18 months £2142 @ Vehicles for business

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Citroen c1 feel on 18 month contract 10k miles £99 initial £99 a month including vat. £360 process fee from v4b. Seems a good price for a run around and other price options as well.

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I would put the full cost over term in the title before you get flamed.

I'm 6 months into a similar deal. If anyone is having any doubts about this car I would say go for it. Huge interior considering size, I'm 6 ft 3 (it's the wife's car) but I fit fine even with the kids behind.

Spec is great, really nippy round town but manages fine on the occasional motorway commute. Can't say enough good things about it tbh.
Edited by: "g8spur" 6th Oct 2016

I got the flair for the same price from them a few months back on the same deal.

And yes it's a fabulous car... Good quality, comfy and great spec (flair model)

I showed this to hubby. He said "as long as you don't buy one, it's ******g French", I don't understand what he means!
Edited by: "joyf4536" 6th Oct 2016

Cracking car but not a great deal unfortunately. If it was 24 months for this price then it's a winner it's a Meh for me

joyf4536

I showed this to hubby. He said "as long as you don't buy one, it's … I showed this to hubby. He said "as long as you don't buy one, it's ******g French", I don't understand what he means!



​lol French cars are notoriously plagued with problems.

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joyf4536

I showed this to hubby. He said "as long as you don't buy one, it's … I showed this to hubby. He said "as long as you don't buy one, it's ******g French", I don't understand what he means!


******g ask him! I know what he means, but ask him.

Citroen are indeed French.

However the C1,108 and Aygo are built in Slovakia.

This means your husband is geographically more French than this car.

I don't like French cars, dodgy electrics.
I had the pleasure of driving a Peugeot 407 for a while and the electric wing mirrors would randomly fold in and stay there whilst I was cruising on the motorway.
Only way I could fix it was by pulling across to the hard shoulder (carefully) and turning off the ignition to reset it.

Toybhoy

Cracking car but not a great deal unfortunately. If it was 24 months for … Cracking car but not a great deal unfortunately. If it was 24 months for this price then it's a winner it's a Meh for me



​Yeah unfortunately regular deals on here for £84-89 /month with 8k miles and £250 deposit. So not that hot IMHO but might be OK for some.

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aljack

​Yeah unfortunately regular deals on here for £84-89 /month with 8k miles … ​Yeah unfortunately regular deals on here for £84-89 /month with 8k miles and £250 deposit. So not that hot IMHO but might be OK for some.



As said in the ad other price options with a bigger deposit brings it down.

Bad Actor

I don't like French cars, dodgy electrics.I had the pleasure of driving a … I don't like French cars, dodgy electrics.I had the pleasure of driving a Peugeot 407 for a while and the electric wing mirrors would randomly fold in and stay there whilst I was cruising on the motorway.Only way I could fix it was by pulling across to the hard shoulder (carefully) and turning off the ignition to reset it.



That's ok as its a Toyota with a Citroen badge slapped on it.

Mikeygolfgt

​lol French cars are notoriously plagued with problems.


I have been driving Citroens for 16 years and would be interested in knowing what these problems are as I appear to have missed out on them.

joyf4536

I showed this to hubby. He said "as long as you don't buy one, it's … I showed this to hubby. He said "as long as you don't buy one, it's ******g French", I don't understand what he means!



French? Built by Czechs near Prague (at Kolin) with the management outsourced to Toyota. Sounds promising to me...

Mikeygolfgt

​lol French cars are notoriously plagued with problems.



​French cars have best diesel engine, but terrible electricals.

shopar_artiz

​French cars have best diesel engine, but terrible electricals.


If I was to be lumbered with any PSA engine then it would have to be a petrol one.

Jeez. Citroen are a French company but this isn't a 'French' car! It's effectively made to Toyota standards many miles from France. Just thought I'd clear that up for the hard of understanding....

PS Not a bad deal but not a great one imo. Lease deals (similarly to buying outright deals!) get cheaper the closer we get to a new reg date. Certainly this car has been as cheap as 100 quid a month all in over 18 months just before the start of September...though IIRC it did involve a higher initial payment (500 initial plus 360 admin plus 57/mth so just over 1800 quid for the term). But, at the moment, this is the cheapest deal so heat added.


Edited by: "bellboys" 6th Oct 2016

Car manufacturers still seem to get their reputations from the 80's and 90's.
People still think that VW are the pinnacle in reliability, think a fiat or alfa will rot, peugeot and citroen have dodgy electrics and that Jags are for old men.

jaydeeuk1

Car manufacturers still seem to get their reputations from the 80's and … Car manufacturers still seem to get their reputations from the 80's and 90's. People still think that VW are the pinnacle in reliability, think a fiat or alfa will rot, peugeot and citroen have dodgy electrics and that Jags are for old men.



Yeah because the people who consider themselves knowledgable about cars are all old gits who are set in their ways.

Real car enthusiasts love all cars.

It's irrelevant what make a car is really. I'm leasing a Ford Focus ST expecting no problems especially with the electrics and Ford have already had it back 3 times as the clock doesn't tell the time. Not a whinge just an observation
Heat added

These will be more reliable & economical than any BMW, Audi or Merc.

I loved my Citroen C4 VTR+. The best bit was starting it up every morning and wondering which bit of the wonderfully pervasive electrical/electronic system was going to malfunction in which creative direction. Zut alors!

Bad Actor

I don't like French cars, dodgy electrics.I had the pleasure of driving a … I don't like French cars, dodgy electrics.I had the pleasure of driving a Peugeot 407 for a while and the electric wing mirrors would randomly fold in and stay there whilst I was cruising on the motorway.Only way I could fix it was by pulling across to the hard shoulder (carefully) and turning off the ignition to reset it.



​Switching it off then on again? I thought that only worked with Windows

Good deal, thanks man.

That's a great deal for anyone looking for thier first car or a city runner. My first car was a C1 and it was a fine car.

Jefft

I have been driving Citroens for 16 years and would be interested in … I have been driving Citroens for 16 years and would be interested in knowing what these problems are as I appear to have missed out on them.



Me too, many years of Citroens and only problem ever encountered was with air conditioning which does seem a weak point as I know others who have had the same issue. I had a C1 as a courtesy car while mine was being serviced last week. I was surprised how nice it was, the only complaint I would have was the amount of sound coming from the road, wouldn't fancy it for long motorway drives.

If you go direct to Citroen you don't pay that £360 admin fee. We got the same deal last year.

got the same car on a different deal few months ago, great little runer! The only issue is the gearbox and the clucth is sh**e! Otherwise not to shabby for the price, does fine on the motorway as well.
Edited by: "mreriksen" 7th Oct 2016

Savedotmoney

If you go direct to Citroen you don't pay that £360 admin fee. We got the … If you go direct to Citroen you don't pay that £360 admin fee. We got the same deal last year.


Did you do this online or through one of the dealers?

Savedotmoney

If you go direct to Citroen you don't pay that £360 admin fee. We got the … If you go direct to Citroen you don't pay that £360 admin fee. We got the same deal last year.



I tried price matching with a citroen dealer and they couldn't match it... Let alone touch it... Not even with a few barge poles

i would rather lease than do this eg: skoda yeti deal, C4 etc

telegraph.co.uk/mot…tml

Do you just have to buy fuel and insurance? Do you need anything special like GAP insurance?

What happens if a tyre gets a puncture? Would it need servicing in the first 2 years?

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Hpi_matrix

Do you just have to buy fuel and insurance? Do you need anything special … Do you just have to buy fuel and insurance? Do you need anything special like GAP insurance?What happens if a tyre gets a puncture? Would it need servicing in the first 2 years?



Gap insurance is a good idea for the pennies it costs a month. It is just fuel and insurance which is 100% needed though. Its not maintened so if you had a puncture u would have to repair yourself. And 1 service would be needed as its an 18 month deal.

Seanwinf

Gap insurance is a good idea for the pennies it costs a month. It is just … Gap insurance is a good idea for the pennies it costs a month. It is just fuel and insurance which is 100% needed though. Its not maintened so if you had a puncture u would have to repair yourself. And 1 service would be needed as its an 18 month deal.



Can anyone service it? Or does it have to be main dealer?

how many gears does this have?

You ain't getting any girls with this car.

Hpi_matrix

Can anyone service it? Or does it have to be main dealer?



My current Citroen lease states that I must use a Citroen service centre.

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Hpi_matrix

Can anyone service it? Or does it have to be main dealer?



Any garage who can stamp your book as long as they use genuine citroen parts i was told (my C4 is booked in monday)

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melcarroll

My current Citroen lease states that I must use a Citroen service centre.



Have u leased direct from citroen?
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