Citroen C3 1.2 PureTech 82 Flair 5dr - Delivery Miles - £12,391.00 (Saving £4,459 - available from £99 Per Month) @ Evans Halshaw
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Citroen C3 1.2 PureTech 82 Flair 5dr - Delivery Miles - £12,391.00 (Saving £4,459 - available from £99 Per Month) @ Evans Halshaw

£12,391£16,85026%Evans Halshaw Deals
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Posted 4th Apr
5 Door Citroen C3 with good specification now with £4459 off retail. 1.2 petrol engine, alloys, elec windows, reverse camera, auto air con, cruise control, 7" touchscreen, hill start assist & elec heated mirrors.

Nice looking car with contrast roof colours.


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Citroen C3 1.2 PureTech 82 Flair 5dr
Delivery Miles - Saving £4,459 - Personal Contract Purchase from £99 Per Month - see below for full details.


Trim level equipment Flair:

  • Space saver spare wheel
  • 16 inch 'Matrix' alloy wheels
  • Alarm
  • ConnectedCAM Citroën®
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Height-adjustable driver's seat
  • LED Daytime Running Lights
  • Front foglights
  • Dark tinted rear windows
  • Sequential front electric windows
  • Automatic Air-conditioning
  • Cruise control with speed limiter
  • Reversing camera
  • Roof coloured door mirrors
  • Airbump®
  • Dsocketriver, front passenger, front lateral and curtain airbags
  • Sequential rear windows
  • Electrically adjustable, heated folding door mirrors
  • Leather steering wheel
  • Citroën Connect DAB Radio with 7 inch touchscreen, 6 speakers, Bluetooth® handsfree and media streaming with USB

Personal Contract Purchase

68 REG! From £99 Per Month with a £3,425 Deposit **SAVING £4,459**

No of Payments 36
Monthly Payment £98.28
Customer deposit £3,425.00
Term of Agreement (Months) 37
On The Road Cash Price £12,391.00
Credit Arrangement Fee £0.00
Option to Purchase Fee £0.00
GMFV - Option to Purchase Payment £7,348.00
Total Amount Payable £14,311.08
Rate of Interest (Fixed) 3.8%
Representative APR 7.9%
Total Amount of Credit £8,966.00
Saving £4,459 against current Manufacturer List Price
MRRP - £16,850
Immediate Delivery Available
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Rumpelstiltskin6 m ago

Nearly £17k for that? They’re having a laugh! I’d want to start at the redu …Nearly £17k for that? They’re having a laugh! I’d want to start at the reduced price and haggle from there.



Nice to see Ronnie Pickering on this forum.
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Nearly £17k for that? They’re having a laugh! I’d want to start at the reduced price and haggle from there.
Edited by: "Rumpelstiltskin" 4th Apr
Rumpelstiltskin6 m ago

Nearly £17k for that? They’re having a laugh! I’d want to start at the redu …Nearly £17k for that? They’re having a laugh! I’d want to start at the reduced price and haggle from there.



Nice to see Ronnie Pickering on this forum.
Brave man, posting a Citroen deal.

I think it's a pretty little car. The £99 a month bit is really annoying though.
It's up there with the ugliest car in the world nudging the no.1 spot for the Nissan Juke (puke more like ;-))
What are sequential windows? Press a button and they go up and down in time with the music?
Plenty of space for a super mini, very comfortable to drive even on the motorway, 1.0-1.4 engine of the year 4 years running. You either love or hate the look, i love it as 95% of cars are so boring and all look the same. Hot from me. I Paid £8k for a 67 Feel with 11k miles, personally i wouldn't pay the extra for the Flair, as i don't like the airbumps and the other bits aren't worth the extra £'s.
Azwipe29 m ago

Plenty of space for a super mini, very comfortable to drive even on the …Plenty of space for a super mini, very comfortable to drive even on the motorway, 1.0-1.4 engine of the year 4 years running. You either love or hate the look, i love it as 95% of cars are so boring and all look the same. Hot from me. I Paid £8k for a 67 Feel with 11k miles, personally i wouldn't pay the extra for the Flair, as i don't like the airbumps and the other bits aren't worth the extra £'s.


Had a couple as courtesy cars over the past few years, they're a love hate.

They are super super comfy but the gears are spongy and it feels like you're in a wobbly SUV although it's quite agile

I don't like the quality of it either, doesn't feel well made closing the boot is the worst, like slamming metal on metal!
jr1332 h, 10 m ago

It's up there with the ugliest car in the world nudging the no.1 spot for …It's up there with the ugliest car in the world nudging the no.1 spot for the Nissan Juke (puke more like ;-))


The Nissan Juke is a thing of beauty compared with the Suzuki X90
Gooner772 h, 36 m ago

Nice to see Ronnie Pickering on this forum.


Nice one, had to google to find out who Ronnie Pickering was.
I'm an absolute petrol head and have a few cars in the fleet. A couple of years ago, I ended up with a brand new one of these as a hire car in Italy - I nearly died with embarrassment, had the thing for two weeks and have to say I was shocked. They are cheap cars with lots of bits on them, drive very well and they hardly use any fuel, yet keep up with the traffic. The outside padding looks awful but is so practical. I'd personally not buy one - because I'm far too vain! However I could never slate one either. Great value and give me this over lots of other cars!
bilo9994 m ago

I'm an absolute petrol head and have a few cars in the fleet. A couple of …I'm an absolute petrol head and have a few cars in the fleet. A couple of years ago, I ended up with a brand new one of these as a hire car in Italy - I nearly died with embarrassment, had the thing for two weeks and have to say I was shocked. They are cheap cars with lots of bits on them, drive very well and they hardly use any fuel, yet keep up with the traffic. The outside padding looks awful but is so practical. I'd personally not buy one - because I'm far too vain! However I could never slate one either. Great value and give me this over lots of other cars!


Why is the padding practical?
Take the red and those ugly bumps off the door panels and you have a half decent looking hatchback there
Is this only available on the finance deal? If I was to take out the finance, then cancel the contract within the cooling off period and pay in full I wouldn't face any repurcussions, would I? How would this work with the deposit, do they keep that and I just pay the balance of the finance agreement?
Peacemonster57 m ago

Why is the padding practical?



stops you getting car park dents in your body work and that means you can park in places you might not park in if you are worried about that sort of thing.
bilo99912 m ago

stops you getting car park dents in your body work and that means you can …stops you getting car park dents in your body work and that means you can park in places you might not park in if you are worried about that sort of thing.


I had thought it was just a design for the look. Never imagined it was to prevent dents! Whatever next!
ive got one of these i had a van on lease had had to swop to one of these and would never have chosen one other wise but i love it very comfy to drive and good mpg
Description says It comes with 'Dark tinted rear windows', it may be more desirable if it had dark tinted front windows so no one can recognise you driving it!
Edited by: "porsche911turbo" 4th Apr
it looks like a fiat 500 with suspender on
ilikewatch9 h, 32 m ago

The Nissan Juke is a thing of beauty compared with the Suzuki X90


You mean xc90?
Gooner7712 h, 29 m ago

Nice to see Ronnie Pickering on this forum.


not watched that for a while - thanks for the reminder
ilikewatch1 m ago

No, X-90[Image]


My mistake, but we meant same car
37411587.jpghands down ugliest car of all time. The Fiat Multipla
Edited by: "jamesbest25" 6th Apr
I always think these cars look bulletproof whenever I see one
Edited by: "JLH86" 8th Apr
Can anybody tell me who's best deal for Renault Mégane RS
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