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Peugeot and Citroen pre-paid service plans introduced in Australia

French brands Peugeot and Citroen now have pre-paid service options for Australian customers.

Peugeot and Citroen Australia have both launched pre-paid service plans for their respective models, which is aimed at giving customers clearer visibility into ongoing running costs.

The three- or five-year service plans are available to models from both French brands purchased from October 1 this year, and opting for either plan will save money compared to paying for each individual, yearly service.

For example, Peugeot’s popular 3008 SUV has three-year plans at $1100 (for Alure, GT, GT Sport and GT diesel) and $1300 (PHEV), saving buyers between $469 and $563 compared with purchasing each individual service.

And the five-year plan for the same model, priced at $1900-$2200, will save customers between $739-$938.

However, the biggest savings come from the Peugeot Expert Premium LE and Sport variants, and Boxer large van, with their respectively five-year service plans (priced at $2700 and $2450 respectively), saving customers $1164 and $1031 each.

The full list of Peugeot’s service pack pricing for other models like the 308, 508, 2008, 5008 and Partner can be found on the brand’s website here.

As for Citroen, its four-model line-up consisting of the C3, C4, C5 Aircross and C5 X, are all catered for.

Three-year plans range from $1000-$1200 with savings between $346-$443, the C4 representing the most affordable plan but also yielding the biggest savings.

For the five-year plans, they start at $1700 for the C3 and extend to $2000 for the C5 X, with the latter also boasting the highest savings at $818.

Like Peugeot, Citroen’s full service pack pricing can be found on the brand’s website here.

Peugeot and Citroen follow Volkswagen, Skoda, Hyundai, Nissan, Mercedes-Benz Vans and Audi who already have pre-paid service plans in place.

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