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Latest News: The Quadrifoglio badge once again lives up to its name, amassing two more accolades for the Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio at the annual What Car? Car of the Year Awards 2019. Judged by the expert team at What Car?, the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio took home ‘Performance Car of the Year’, following its ‘Sports Car’ category win in 2018, while the Stelvio Quadrifoglio fought off stiff competition to take the crown for ‘Best Sports SUV for more than £60,000’. The Giulia Quadrifoglio came in for praise from Steve Huntingford, editor of What Car?, saying “It’s often said that getting to the top is easier than staying there. So by that reckoning, the Giulia Quadrifoglio’s second Car of the Year category win is arguably a greater success than its first. But it should be no surprise – after all, we’re talking about a comfortable, spacious, well-equipped saloon that’s more fun to drive than rivals costing tens of thousands more”. Steve Huntingford, What Car? Editor said of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio: “The hottest version of the Stelvio SUV is outrageously fast, but still feels light and responsive thanks to steering that's super-quick without making the car feel nervous. Add in great body control and four-wheel drive traction and the Quadrifoglio continually encourages you to make the most of its performance”. Both the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio and the Stelvio Quadrifoglio are powered by a 510hp, 600Nm Bi-Turbo V6 petrol engine, which allows them to reach a top speed of 191mph and 176mph respectively, while reaching 62mph from zero in just 3.9 seconds in the Giulia and 3.8 seconds in the Stelvio. Arnaud Leclerc, Managing Director, FCA UK, commented: “Alfa Romeo cars have always appealed to the heart with their Italian passion, flair and dynamics, but these awards show that the latest models also appeal to the head. To see the pinnacles of the new Alfa Romeo range lauded by the experts at What Car? makes these wins even more rewarding.” To coincide with these wins, Alfa Romeo UK have secured further right-hand-drive allocation of the limited edition Giulia Quadrifoglio NRING and Stelvio Quadrifoglio NRING models, priced from £82,500 OTR and £89,500 OTR respectively. Just 108 editions of each model are available for the whole EMEA region, celebrating the records achieved by Alfa Romeo at the legendary Nurburgring. The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is available now priced from £63,500 OTR, while the Stelvio Quadrifoglio starts from £69,990 OTR.  To find out more about the award-winning Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio ranges, speak to our Sales Teams at Bedford, Northampton and Kings Lynn

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24th September 2018

CITROEN C3: 400,000 SALES IN LESS THAN TWO YEARS

CITROEN C3: 400,000 SALES IN LESS THAN TWO YEARS

Since its launch in November 2016, Citroën C3 has soared in popularity, reaching a landmark 400,000 sales – including 160,000 sales since the start of 2018. These impressive figures further cement C3’s place as Citroën’s best-selling model.

Less than two years after C3 was first unveiled, the top-selling supermini has reached an impressive 400,000 sales, with 160,000 units sold since the start of 2018, securing its place as first choice for Citroën’s customers.

Citroën UK is also celebrating a significant milestone for C3, having achieved more than 32,000 sales in the UK alone. The model has also received a multitude of awards in the UK, including ‘Best Urbanite’ in BBC TopGear magazine’s ‘Best Cars in the World’, ‘Best Small Car’ in the Fleet News Awards and even ‘Driving Instructor Car of the Year’ at the inaugural FirstCar Awards 2018.

The third generation of Citroën’s versatile supermini car has seen exciting sales momentum with 12% growth in the first half of 2018 in Europe, placing it in the top 5 within its market segment. As a result, C3 has made a significant contribution to the brand’s sales offensive, with Citroën’s international sales up 9% (compared to the first half of 2017) and the highest volume in Europe in seven years.

The unique design and extensive personalisation options of C3 are clearly popular, as demonstrated by the options selected by customers:

Nearly 40% of orders are for the top trim level (‘Flair’ in the UK)
Over 65% of sales are with the two-tone colour option
Over 55% of sales are with Airbumps®
Nearly 25% of sales are with optional interior colours
For more information about Citroën C3 and the rest of the range, click here

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