Tour Europe with Citroen

A NEW car on the road, ready to drive right across Europe, all-inclusive and paid for in Australia and in Australian dollars from just $27 a day is not just a dream start to a European touring holiday, it's a reality in 2012 with the Citroen DriveEurope holiday leasing program.

And, if the price and flexibility are not enough, then Citroen is also offering the unique Citroen DS5 diesel hybrid - a full size family car with the economy of a small hatchback - in its comprehensive range of cars for 2012 and early bird bookings mean that nine days - or 12 days for previous DriveEurope customers from 2005 to 2011 - behind the wheel of the Citroen DS5 could be free.

With a choice of 36 different models and variants, as well as the new Citroen DS4, which is available from April, and the DS5, which may be booked now for June delivery, for the first time, DriveEurope has an even wider range of cars, people movers and a 4WD for comfortable, stress free European holidays.

One of the most advanced cars in the world, the unique new Citroen DS5 Hybrid4, a diesel-electric hybrid that combines luxurious, spacious accommodation for five people and their luggage with 4WD while offering a CO2 figure of 99 g/km that is normally reserved for small cars, is available to book now by Australian drivers as one of the wide range of Citroen vehicles available in the Citroen DriveEurope program.

In addition to the DS5 Diesel Hybrid, the 2012 Citroen DriveEurope range includes two small cars, the economical Citroen C3 and the stylish DS3, with the C4 and the DS4 the next size up, while the C5, C5 Tourer and the DS5 offer the luxury of full size car motoring. The people mover choice ranges from the economical Citroen Berlingo Mulitspace, the stylish yet compact C3 Picasso, five and seven seat versions the versatile and comfortable C4 Picasso, the full size seven seat Citroen C8 and the nine seat Jumpy minibus.

For more information visit Citroen DriveEurope.

>> Read more travel stories.

Topics:  citroen europe travel travelling

International antique expert weighs in on CQ's best pieces

Paul Atterbury holds up one of Cherie's antiques as he explains some of its history to  the crowd at Rockhampton Girls Grammar School on Sunday.

BELOVED 'Antiques Roadshow' presenter shares knowledge with Rocky

Call out for questions for Shorten's Rocky town hall meeting

Bill Shorten attends a community forum in Rockhampton on August 15, 2016. He'll be back to answer more of your questions this Wednesday night.

The man who wants to be the next PM wants to answer your questions.

OPINION: Barnaby's affair has opened a can of worms

ROUGH SITUATION: Federal member for Capricornia Michelle Landry is still defending Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce. But for how much longer?

There's plenty of ramifications raised by the debacle.

Local Partners