Clear Channel UK has just taken delivery of its first Citroën DS4s as part of a single source agreement for the supply of its fleet cars. The result of a commitment to reduce emissions, Clear Channel – one of the UK’s market leaders in outdoor advertising – has placed an initial order including New DS4, New C4, C4 Picasso, C5 Saloon and C5 Tourer, either with efficient HDi diesel engines or e-HDi micro-hybrid powertrains with Stop & Start.
The DS4 e-HDi models are specified as standard with Citroën’s six-speed EGS automated manual transmission.
This model is not only capable of a 0-62mph time of 12.4 seconds, but also returns an exceptional 64.2mpg on the combined cycle. With an official CO2 figure of 114g/km, DS4 qualifies for zero rated VED in the first year and the lowest BIK tax rate of 13%.
According to Glenn Ewen, Fleet Manager for Clear Channel UK, who has 20 years experience running vehicle fleets: “In each price band Citroën has a choice of three or four models and using a single supplier cuts down on paperwork. It also reduces work for our drivers as they don’t have to compare models from a variety of manufacturers. With these new Citroën cars our drivers certainly appreciate paying less Benefit in Kind tax than they did before.”