Citroen wins awards for security

Citroen wins awards for security

Citroën has picked up more awards than any other manufacturer at this year’s British Insurance Car Security Awards at Thatcham’s Motor Insurance Repair Research Centre, the world’s leading test centre for security, theft-proofing and insurance research.

Citroen won the vehicle security awards for no less than four different models, demonstrating Citroën’s commitment to security across its range.

Citroën’s C6 picked up the top spot in the Executive class for the second year in a row, as did the C4 Picasso, clinching the Compact MPV accolade. The popular C4 and the soon to be launched in New Zealand Citroën C5 dominated the family vehicle categories, taking both the Small Family and Family titles respectively.

Citroën’s success at this year’s event means the Company has now received an unprecedented fourteen security accolades since the British Insurance Car Security Awards were launched just five years ago.

Citroën has picked up more awards than any other manufacturer at this year’s British Insurance Car Security Awards at Thatcham’s Motor Insurance Repair Research Centre, the world’s leading test centre for security, theft-proofing and insurance research.

Citroen won the vehicle security awards for no less than four different models, demonstrating Citroën’s commitment to security across its range.

Citroën’s C6 picked up the top spot in the Executive class for the second year in a row, as did the C4 Picasso, clinching the Compact MPV accolade. The popular C4 and the soon to be launched in New Zealand Citroën C5 dominated the family vehicle categories, taking both the Small Family and Family titles respectively.

Citroën’s success at this year’s event means the Company has now received an unprecedented fourteen security accolades since the British Insurance Car Security Awards were launched just five years ago.

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