Citroen Open Weekend

Christmas comes early to Denis & Mary Ryan Car Sales, Ardrostig, Bishopstown in Cork where there will be a Citroën Open Weekend today and tomorrow.

Every customer who orders a new Citroën over the weekend will receive a luxury Christmas Hamper.

The Open Weekend will allow customers to view and test drive the award-winning Citroën fleet, including the striking new C4 Cactus, the family favourite Grand C4 Picasso and the agile New C1. Customers can also benefit from fantastic, finance offers. including the unbeatable 0% APR Elect 3 PCP Finance package.

For further information on the event call 021-4346655.

Opel Ireland is set to offer compelling finance and warranty packages, plus a host of optional upgrade offers across the range. These offers include a five-year manufacturer warranty, three years free servicing, plus finance packages from zero percent APR.

Some of these attractive packages include upgrades on technologies such as the IntelliLink infotainment system on the new Corsa, Adam and all-new Adam Rockd. This system seamlessly integrates your smartphone while you can access your sat nav via the IntellinLink system.

Meanwhile on Astra, Meriva, Insignia and Zafira Tourer, Opel is offering the Park-Assist package. This useful technology features front and rear parking sensors. A Leather Pack in beige or black is also offered on the Insignia and comes with heated seats. These additional upgrade offers are available on Opel vehicles purchased between now and the end of the year but registered before March 31 next.


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