Citroen C4 Cactus 1.2 PureTech Feel 5dr 19 Plate Delivery Miles now £12,040.00 @ Evans Halshaw
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Citroen C4 Cactus 1.2 PureTech Feel 5dr 19 Plate Delivery Miles now £12,040.00 @ Evans Halshaw

£12,040£19,33038%Evans Halshaw Deals
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Posted 13th Aug
Citroen C4 Cactus 1.2 PureTech Feel 5dr (6 speed) 19 Plate Delivery Miles - save 38%

I genuinely expect this to go cold as (A) it's a citroen & (B) a bit like a Juke it's very much a marmite car. But it's a huge saving of 38 % on a "focus/astra" sized car, making this great value for the spec that comes as standard.

110bhp petrol - 6 speed version & 3yrs warranty.

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Saving of £7,290 Against Current Manufacturer List Price
19 Registration
MRRP £19,330.00

  • Manual air conditioning
  • PureTech 110HP S&S manual
  • Suspension with Progressive Hydraulic Cushions
  • Rear parking sensor
  • Mirror Screen with Apple car play/Android Auto
  • 16" Anthracite square alloy wheels
  • Cruise control + speed limiter
  • 7" touch screen
  • USB socket
  • LED daytime running lights
  • Front fog lights with cornering function
  • 3D effect LED rear lights
  • Black airbump
  • DAB Digital radio
  • Electric adjustable heated door mirrors
  • Electric front windows - anti trap + one touch
  • Hinged rear windows
  • Reach + rake adjustable steering column
  • Steering wheel mounted controls
  • 1/3 to 2/3 split folding rear seats
  • Electric child locks
  • Front Lateral Airbags
  • Hill start assist
  • Remote central locking + deadlocks
  • Alarm
  • Transponder immobiliser
  • Space saver spare wheel
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What? It doesn't have the egg boxes on the sides? - I liked them!
Quick review as recently bought one. Very smooth ride and comfy seats, infotainment is also good with rear camera, android/apple Air play and parking sensors. Love the bump protection which is great if you get quite a few knocks and bumps.

On the downside, this car is tiny inside and a real struggle if you are pretty tall and have larger children in the back seat. It's also not the most responsive car on slip roads, expect to have quite a few impatient Audi/BMW drivers with small man syndrome up your rear. The speakers are also absolutely awful so if you like music new speakers are an essential upgrade. Cup holder is ridiculously small.

In short, it's a great car for local journeys, school runs with younger kids and a trip to ASDA but not great as a family car replacement or long journeys.
rugman13/08/2019 20:26

whats the reliability on Citroens like these days ?


Not bad, better than BMW, Audi and Land Rover anyway.
preep13/08/2019 20:37

Does anyone know the road tax costs on this vehicle...I've looked but cant …Does anyone know the road tax costs on this vehicle...I've looked but cant find, thanks


£145, every petrol and diesel car with a list price of under £40,000 that has been registered on or after April 1st 2017 is the same figure.
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Cracking price. Should go like hot cakes!
Don't you have to take out a PCP for this price and, then the final amount paid, works out at £14k (6.9% APR).?
Not a chance of being cold...in hot chilli red too
Funky, I dig it. Great value, whats the reliability on Citroens like these days ?
What? It doesn't have the egg boxes on the sides? - I liked them!
Does anyone know the road tax costs on this vehicle...I've looked but cant find, thanks
Cracking price - nice find op
Shame it's not automatic
preep13/08/2019 20:37

Does anyone know the road tax costs on this vehicle...I've looked but cant …Does anyone know the road tax costs on this vehicle...I've looked but cant find, thanks


£145, every petrol and diesel car with a list price of under £40,000 that has been registered on or after April 1st 2017 is the same figure.
DodgeySolenoid13/08/2019 20:24

Don't you have to take out a PCP for this price and, then the final amount …Don't you have to take out a PCP for this price and, then the final amount paid, works out at £14k (6.9% APR).?


No, that's just one way to pay for it, you can buy it cash for £12040 no probs.
rugman13/08/2019 20:26

whats the reliability on Citroens like these days ?


Not bad, better than BMW, Audi and Land Rover anyway.
Not bad, RRP is way off, guess the extra safety kit bumping it up. I paid £18kish for the top spec 1.2t flair in 2014 on launch, really liked it. Still the comfiest smoothest riding car I've been in
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 13th Aug
ezzer7213/08/2019 20:41

£145, every petrol and diesel car with a list price of under £40,000 that h …£145, every petrol and diesel car with a list price of under £40,000 that has been registered on or after April 1st 2017 is the same figure.


Thanks...my Jazz was registered 31st March 2017 and costs £30. I've been thinking of getting a new car next year but might hang on and see if they change the tax rules again
jaydeeuk113/08/2019 20:51

Not bad, RRP is way off, guess the extra safety kit bumping it up. I paid …Not bad, RRP is way off, guess the extra safety kit bumping it up. I paid £18kish for the top spec 1.2t flair in 2014 on launch, really liked it. Still the comfiest smoothest riding car I've been in


Was it your first car?
ezzer7213/08/2019 20:43

Not bad, better than BMW, Audi and Land Rover anyway.


Never had a problem with mine, saying that I traded it in month before warranty ran out.
grex910113/08/2019 20:52

Was it your first car?


Haha, nope. Honestly it's so good on the road, much smoother than my NX and better than my friends range rover
If me and my GF earning about £35000 can We get the loan from the bank and how much extra we would have to pay for loan?
Sliwka13/08/2019 20:58

If me and my GF earning about £35000 can We get the loan from the bank and …If me and my GF earning about £35000 can We get the loan from the bank and how much extra we would have to pay for loan?


Trouble is this offer appears to be for their PCP finance, so if you took it out you'd have a credit of £12k against you. Sure you can pay if off, but then you'd need another loan of £12k, which on your salary and so soon after getting previous credit, even without knowing your credit history already, may be optimistic. Even if you intend paying it off immediately, the loan co won't knkw that, you could go and spend it on smarties.
Hang on, pop out rear windows on a 5 door car ? Has someone just transported me back to 1978 and the back seat of my mum's Mini Clubman ?
Edited by: "rugman" 13th Aug
rugman13/08/2019 21:14

Hang on, pop out rear windows on a 5 door car ? Has someone just …Hang on, pop out rear windows on a 5 door car ? Has someone just transported me back to 1978 and the back seat of my mum's Mini Clubman ?


Done to keep weight and cost down. To be honest if you have kids in the back it's probably a good thing.
ezzer7213/08/2019 20:43

Not bad, better than BMW, Audi and Land Rover anyway.


villageidiotdan13/08/2019 20:30

What? It doesn't have the egg boxes on the sides? - I liked them!


Same here. I hate Citroen but actually loved that design.
rugman13/08/2019 21:14

Hang on, pop out rear windows on a 5 door car ? Has someone just …Hang on, pop out rear windows on a 5 door car ? Has someone just transported me back to 1978 and the back seat of my mum's Mini Clubman ?


Cheap and cheerful!
Quick review as recently bought one. Very smooth ride and comfy seats, infotainment is also good with rear camera, android/apple Air play and parking sensors. Love the bump protection which is great if you get quite a few knocks and bumps.

On the downside, this car is tiny inside and a real struggle if you are pretty tall and have larger children in the back seat. It's also not the most responsive car on slip roads, expect to have quite a few impatient Audi/BMW drivers with small man syndrome up your rear. The speakers are also absolutely awful so if you like music new speakers are an essential upgrade. Cup holder is ridiculously small.

In short, it's a great car for local journeys, school runs with younger kids and a trip to ASDA but not great as a family car replacement or long journeys.
I have a 2007 Citreon C 5 very good reliable car, I would have another Citreon.
Bsod13/08/2019 21:51

Quick review as recently bought one. Very smooth ride and comfy seats, …Quick review as recently bought one. Very smooth ride and comfy seats, infotainment is also good with rear camera, android/apple Air play and parking sensors. Love the bump protection which is great if you get quite a few knocks and bumps. On the downside, this car is tiny inside and a real struggle if you are pretty tall and have larger children in the back seat. It's also not the most responsive car on slip roads, expect to have quite a few impatient Audi/BMW drivers with small man syndrome up your rear. The speakers are also absolutely awful so if you like music new speakers are an essential upgrade. Cup holder is ridiculously small.In short, it's a great car for local journeys, school runs with younger kids and a trip to ASDA but not great as a family car replacement or long journeys.


That touchscreen is both cool and a pain in the arse. Trying to fiddle with the Aircon while doing 90 down a B road is challenging.
Car price good.

Evans Halshaw are not good if things go wrong.

Buy car and go elsewhere for servicing and warranty issues.
DodgeySolenoid13/08/2019 20:24

Don't you have to take out a PCP for this price and, then the final amount …Don't you have to take out a PCP for this price and, then the final amount paid, works out at £14k (6.9% APR).?


Congratualtions, you know how finance works
French!! Buy british.
There are loads on autotrader same spec, 19 plate and with delivery miles like this for £750 cheaper, unless I’m missing something?
Sliwka13/08/2019 20:58

If me and my GF earning about £35000 can We get the loan from the bank and …If me and my GF earning about £35000 can We get the loan from the bank and how much extra we would have to pay for loan?


Perhaps apply for a 0% credit card and put all/some on there?
singy0713/08/2019 22:18

Congratualtions, you know how finance works


Thank you very for the pointless reply. I'll sleep better knowing there are people like you in the world.
Do bear in mind that as these are pre-registered cars, the 3 year warranty will run from when the car was first registered, not 3 years from when you take delivery.

One here for £800 less, registered in March this year;-

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Plan on getting this from arnold clark 19 plate and only 900 odd miles on clock. Cost 11k . I currently have peoguet 2008 is it worth the change?
jaydeeuk113/08/2019 20:53

Never had a problem with mine, saying that I traded it in month before …Never had a problem with mine, saying that I traded it in month before warranty ran out.


Nor me, so good I kept it beyond the warranty expiration and still no issues This is a cheap car though.
Dave2k13rulz13/08/2019 23:12

Plan on getting this from arnold clark 19 plate and only 900 odd miles on …Plan on getting this from arnold clark 19 plate and only 900 odd miles on clock. Cost 11k . I currently have peoguet 2008 is it worth the change?


What's wrong with the Peugeot? The cactus is based on the c3, just extended a bit so not much bigger than the 2008
audievo13/08/2019 23:17

Nor me, so good I kept it beyond the warranty expiration and still no …Nor me, so good I kept it beyond the warranty expiration and still no issues This is a cheap car though.


I ragged the s**t out of mine abusing the turbo knowing I wouldn't be keeping it. When I traded it in at 22k the car had averaged just under 36mpg from the read out.
jaydeeuk113/08/2019 23:19

What's wrong with the Peugeot? The cactus is based on the c3, just …What's wrong with the Peugeot? The cactus is based on the c3, just extended a bit so not much bigger than the 2008


Nothings wrong with it just 15 reg . Soon to need new brakes. Just had exhaust welded backtoger as couple brackets were loose. So thought get new car before costs build up. Wasnt too keen getting another 2008 when facelift due out soon ( but out my price range)
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