Citroen & DS Singapore offer S$12-$15k off with a two-day flash sale

Citroen and DS are offering big discounts on their Singapore line-up with a two-day sale that runs from 23-24 May, 2020

Yes, it’s yet another online car sale, but with a small difference: If you’ve been waiting for something French and mainstream, your time has come.

Citroen and DS have announced a two-day flash sale with the brands claiming to offer up to S$12,000 and S$15,000 off, respectively.

The online event, dubbed the ‘Citroen 48H Snap & Go Deals’, will take place on May 23 to 24, 2020, while extra keen buyers can register for an early toe-in-the-door on May 22, by registering at this link.

In addition to the discounts named above, the brands are also offering a low interest rate of 1.88 percent and a ‘value package’ (no info yet on what that is).

The process is identical to what we’ve seen in other online car sales, and this sale is closely modeled after corporate stablemate (all brands are distributed here by Cycle & Carriage) Kia’s own flash sales (it had a sedan and SUV one recently).

Registering for the car means you put down a S$500 deposit, a sales consultant will be in touch with you to finalise the details, and delivery only happens after June 1, 2020, when the circuit breaker period ends.

There are models on sale are (listed here with their last, non-discounted RRP):

Citroen Grand C4 SpaceTourer MPV – from S$111,999 with COE
Citroen’s traditional popular MPV with seven seats, known previously as the Grand C4 Picasso – we last tested it in 2015.

Citroen C5 Aircross – from S$115,999 with COE
A decent alternative to mid-sized SUVs with plenty of French style and tech onboard, now quite attractive since it’s priced below S$120k

DS 7 Crossback SUV – from S$165,999 with COE
What if Citroen made a luxury car? DS is the brand that answers that, and the DS 7 SUV also happens to be its most convincing answer to date.

Looking for something else? Honda, Mazda, Skoda, and Volkswagen have promos running til the end of May

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