‘Relay Ready to Run’ is the new name for Citroën’s successful range of Relay ready-bodied vehicles*. The New Relay Ready to Run range includes; high-specification, competitively priced tippers, dropsides and Luton vans, which are available from stock via Citroën’s Business Centre network and other large Citroën dealers. The Relay Ready to Run range is included in the Citroën LCV price list and has a full 2 year unlimited mileage/3 year 100,000 mile factory warranty, covering all elements of the chassis cab and the body conversion.

Jeremy Smith, Citroën’s Head of Commercial Vehicles & Business Sector Operations, comments; “The new Relay Ready to Run branding better explains the strengths of this range, which is available ready-converted, ex-stock, with a full factory warranty. Stock availability is a major factor that is helping our dealers to sell increasing numbers of these high quality tipper, dropside and Luton vehicles. This is coupled with the benefits of competitive pricing, a full factory warranty and availability on Citroën Contract Motoring Finance Lease and Contract Hire agreements.”

With the introduction of the new Relay Ready to Run branding, the existing multi-award winning range of Ready to Run conversions for Nemo, Berlingo, Dispatch and Relay models is now called the ‘Ready to Run Specialist Range’. These products are built to meet individual customer requirements and include minibuses, temperature-controlled vans and specialist glass carrying van conversions.

“Citroën sees the potential for considerable growth with its Relay Ready to Run range. Over the next few months, the company will be announcing an expanded number of models that will be available, ex-stock, under this banner. Citroën also remains fully committed to providing its customers with individual conversions under its Ready to Run Specialist Range programme. These conversions are carried out by the UK’s leading specialists in each sector and will continue to provide our customers the benefits of excellent value and high quality,” Jeremy Smith adds.


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