Citroen complaints number & email.

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by jonathan NEW on Citroen
gearbox needing replacement after only 36000 miles although out of warranty still covered by consumer rights act and only 50% goodwill instead of full
City where company is located (optional): west sussex

although my van is over 4years old and out of warranty it is still covered by the consumer rights act after only36000 miles i have had to have a new gearbox fitted due to a manufacturing fault citroen have given a goodwill gesture of 50% but left me with a £1550 bill which i will be going to he small claims court to reclaim from them.The consumer rights act is very clear on manufacturing faults and claims can be made up to 6 years after purchase.I bought a new car and had a citroen dealer service it every year so i would have trouble free motoring.Also as a 100000 mile warranty is offered on new vans anyone buying one should expect to ahieve at least that and if as i believe i win my court case citroen may need to add a disclaimer to their advertising that although they initially offer an 100000 mile warranty their vans may not be reliable enough to reach this witout major fault and cost i have raised this issue with citroen customer care to no avail and if i could give no stars i would i have had several citoen vans but after this treatment will not buy any more and anyone seeing the publicity generated by this case will be put off doing so

Citroen complaints number & email

Complaint Phone number: 0800 093 9393

Complaint Email:

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Website: https://www.citroen.co.uk

Head Office address: Pinley House, 2 Sunbeam Way, Coventry, CV3 1ND

Get verified information about Citroen complaints email & Phone number. To complain to Citroen about their service, call 0800 093 9393 to discuss your issue. If this is unsuccessful in resolving the problem, the company have a complaints procedure to follow.

Last updated on July 23rd, 2019

How to make a Complaint to Citroen

Citroen provide a range of complaint handling options on their website. The first step is to phone the complaints line on 0800 093 9393.

Customers can use an online form to make a written complain online, and there is a postal correspondence option. There is a summary on the website of how Citroen will handle your complaint and what communication to expect.
 
 

Citroen complaint contacts like Phone, email and support form

Complaint via Phone number : 0800 093 9393

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Complaint via Email :

Complaint via  Support Form : Citroen Support Form

Citroen complaint website : www.citroen.co.uk

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Corporate Head Office address

Pinley House
2 Sunbeam Way
Coventry
CV3 1ND
 
 
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About Citroen

Citroën is a French automobile manufacturer, part of the PSA Peugeot Citroën group since 1976, founded in 1919 by French industrialist André-Gustave Citroën.This car was the world’s first mass-produced front wheel drive car, and also one of the first to feature a unitary type body, with no chassis supporting the mechanical components.
 
 

Citroen complaint hours

Monday to Friday 08:00 to 18:00
 
 
More contact number’s of citroen

Citroen Sales Enquiries: 0800 023 4000
PSA Finace UK: 0345 313 3805
Citroen Assistance: 0800 072 7272
Fleet enquiries: 02476 884 871.
 
 

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Average rating:  
 1 reviews
by jonathan NEW on Citroen
gearbox needing replacement after only 36000 miles although out of warranty still covered by consumer rights act and only 50% goodwill instead of full
City where company is located (optional): west sussex

although my van is over 4years old and out of warranty it is still covered by the consumer rights act after only36000 miles i have had to have a new gearbox fitted due to a manufacturing fault citroen have given a goodwill gesture of 50% but left me with a £1550 bill which i will be going to he small claims court to reclaim from them.The consumer rights act is very clear on manufacturing faults and claims can be made up to 6 years after purchase.I bought a new car and had a citroen dealer service it every year so i would have trouble free motoring.Also as a 100000 mile warranty is offered on new vans anyone buying one should expect to ahieve at least that and if as i believe i win my court case citroen may need to add a disclaimer to their advertising that although they initially offer an 100000 mile warranty their vans may not be reliable enough to reach this witout major fault and cost i have raised this issue with citroen customer care to no avail and if i could give no stars i would i have had several citoen vans but after this treatment will not buy any more and anyone seeing the publicity generated by this case will be put off doing so

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