If the manufacturer warranty for your Citroen has expired, Warranty Direct can provide you with clear, wide-ranging coverage. We understand that repairs on your vehicle are often unexpected and can be expensive. That’s why we offer flexible coverage options that can ease the strain on you and your wallet.
An extended warranty offers you, as the owner of a Citroen, more freedom than a manufacturer warranty might be able to.
How? Through customisable policies that allow you to choose what you protect and what you don’t. A policy taken out with Warranty Direct also allows you to choose where your car is serviced and a choice of hourly labour rates for the repairs.
Our core coverage comes as standard with any policy and covers the following components:
You also have the option of adding the following on top of the above:
It’s important to us that our customers understand the in’s and out’s of the coverage they purchase and your satisfaction is incredibly important to us. That’s why we’re upfront about exclusions and try our best to clearly outline what’s included in the extended warranty for your Citroen. Nonetheless, we still recommend that you carefully read the sample policy documents for more information on the following exclusions as well as a few more which are stated in detail in there.
If you still have any outstanding questions or would like clarification on anything, please feel free to give our team a call.
You can be safe in the knowledge that we offer:
If, after your manufacturer warranty runs out, you want to extend your Citroen’s cover with a comprehensive policy, get a quote and take out an extended warranty with us today. It’s easy!
All you need is your vehicle registration number. If you don’t have access to this right away, you can manually enter the model and year of your vehicle to just get a quote now and purchase coverage later.
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Citroen is a French automobile manufacturer founded in 1919, and the company is named after André Citroën who was born in Paris on February 5th 1878. The first Citroen car made was the Type A in June 1919, with roughly 20,000 of these produced between then and 1921. This took the form of a ‘Torpedo’ body style which was used in the early 20th century. The first mass produced front-wheel drive car however came 15 years later in the shape of the Traction Avant. Citroen has continued to build its reputation since into the reputable name it is today.
When it comes to automotive technology, it’s safe to say Citroen have always been well advanced with it. The Lane Departure Warning System for example, which can now be found on selected models, alerts drivers when they drift out of lane in the form of a seat vibration. This along with things like Citroens Tyre Pressure Detector, which frequently measures the pressure of your tyres itself are examples of the manufacturer’s innovations in the automotive industry.
Citroen have continued to reach new heights with their range of vehicles and offer an impressive selection to customers, comprised of models which are both sleek in design and rich in safety features.
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