Mercedes-Benz Citan now available from £6.95 a day in the UK

Article by Anita Panait, on January 16, 2013

Mercedes-Benz is making its way into the small van market by launching the new Citan compact van. The Citan boasts a number of features and is powered by a diesel engine in three power outputs. The compact van, which is also available in three wheelbase choices, could be availed by interested drivers for as low as £6.95 per day through the carmaker’s competitive finance packages.

The Citan could carry loads of up to 735 kg and a volume of up to 3.8 m3, thereby setting new benchmarks in efficiency in its class while donning the high standards of quality and customer care expected of a Mercedes-Benz vehicle. Interested buyers could start ordering their Citans now, for as low as £13,095 for the 108 CDI Compact. 

As mentioned, the Citan is also available through finance packages. Through the Mercedes-Benz Agility Contract Purchase package, the 109 CDI Compact Trade Edition can be bought with a one-off payment deposit of £585 and 35 monthly payments of £195 – which is equivalent to just £6.95 per day or £48.75 per week.

The 109 CDI Compact “Trade Edition” could also be availed in cold cash for just £13,645. Contract Hire customers could also avail of the 109 CDI Compact “Trade Edition” by making one-off deposit of £630, 35 monthly payments of £210.According to Steve Bridge, Van Sales and Marketing Director for Mercedes-Benz UK, the new Citan is creating a stir within the van industry, since the level of interest was and has been relentless for the van since the carmaker released its first sketches.

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