Citroën is a popular brand aiming to make mobility accessible to everyone. With comfort and simplicity at the heart of our customer experience, we bring innovative vehicles, services and mobility solutions that are daring and sustainable. Since 1919, Citroën has been creating automobiles, technologies and mobility solutions to respond to changes in society. A brand of boldness and innovation, Citroën places peace of mind and well-being at the heart of its customer experience and offers a wide range of models, from the distinctive Ami, an electric mobility object designed for the city, to saloons, SUVs and commercial vehicles, most of which are available in electric or plug-in hybrid versions. A pioneer brand in the services and attention paid to its private and business customers, Citroën is present in 101 countries and has a network of 6,200 points of sale and service throughout the world. Citroën is part of the portfolio of brands offered by Stellantis

Citroën Customer Contact on 09 69 39 18 18 from Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Headquarters Saint-Ouen, Seine-Saint-Denis, France

 

History

Citroën is a major French automobile manufacturer, part of the PSA Peugeot Citroën group. Founded in 1919 by French industrialist André-Gustave Citroën (1878-1935), Citroën was the first mass-production car company outside the USA and pioneered the modern concept of creating a sales and services network that complements the motor car. Within eight years Citroën had become Europe’s largest car manufacturer.

Citroën harnesses creative flair and technology to enhance well-being. Since 1919 Citroën has made a major contribution to putting cars within reach of the general public, providing practical and purposeful answers to the questions arising in each era. Citroën cars today place a premium on design, comfort and useful technology. With 10,000 customer contact points and presence in over 90 countries, Citroën sold 1.2 million vehicles worldwide in 2015. The brand has also amassed eight manufacturers’ titles in the WRC and two Manufacturers’ FIA World Championship titles from the 2014 and 2015 WTCC seasons.

 

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