CitroŽn has gained a double success at this year's Fleet News Awards. The brand's C4 Cactus won the Fleet News 'Best Compact SUV' title, while the CitroŽn Grand C4 Picasso took the 'Best Seven-Seat People Carrier' crown.
An innovative design approach set the C4 Cactus apart from its competition for the Fleet News Compact SUV Award. It stands out with its advanced driveline and platform technology, for light weight and low cost of operation, as well as a high level of customisation for driver appeal.
Meanwhile, the Grand C4 Picasso claimed the 'Best Seven-Seat People Carrier' title thanks to its light weight and versatile interior and efficient driveline technology. Its combined Cycle fuel economy of up to 74.3 mpg and CO2 emissions as low as 98g/km contribute to low whole life costs for the operator and low BIK for its driver.
Martin Gurney, director of Fleet & Used Vehicles at PSA UK, said: "In 2014, CitroŽn introduced both the new Grand C4 Picasso and the C4 Cactus, which were designed to appeal to both business and private buyers. Thus, it is very satisfying that Fleet News has recognised the considerable financial, operational and environmental benefits that these recently launched CitroŽn models bring to the UK fleet sector."