Hi, I am selling my Citroen C5 as I have to return to the UK for a period. I bought the car in January 2020 from the main Citroen dealership in Rethymno, where its previous one-owner (a doctor) had finally part-exchanged it for a brand new Citroen. Here are the details:
Year: 2004, KMs: 204k, Engine: 1.8L petrol, Body type: 5 door hatch, Colour: black, taxed until the year end, KTEO for one year and comes with a new emissions certificate. Included is the original drivers’ folder with various documents and two keys.
The car is in very good condition and starts, runs and stops fine. The engine bay is very clean and it had an oil change in January. The body is pretty straight for a car of this age/price bracket and the black paintwork shines up beautifully. It has the usual dings and scratches found on Greek motors but it is better than most. Tyres are okay for now.
The car has a high specification and features:
Electric windows front & rear with auto up/down/key fob open/close, remote central locking, alarm, rain sensing wipers, automatic headlamps, front/rear fog lamps, electric/heated/folding mirrors (only one folds electrically) and so on. Most things work, but faults are non-working rear parking sensors, the aforementioned non-folding mirror and there is an air bag warning light on. Oh, and the horn doesn’t work but I will try to fix that.
Inside it has auto dim rear view mirror, dual zone climate control/air conditioning, CD player & radio and the suspension can be raised and lowered at the touch of a button – perfect for those pot-holed Cretan roads. There is also an LCD screen featuring a trip computer, outside temp gauge, fuel economy indicator etc and the stereo has steering column-mounted controls.
Being a Citroen, it is supremely comfortable and well-appointed inside (in that slightly quirky/charming French way). The car has a cream cloth interior which is pretty clean (the material on the door cards has sagged a little, however) and the seats both have folding arm rests. The rear split seat folds to make a huge load space and there is a “ski hatch” for long items. Finally, there are cubby holes, cup holders etc all over. It is a very practical car.
I have described the car as honestly as I can, but anyone interested should come and have a look. The price is fixed at €1500, which I think is fair and reflects what I paid for it, what I have spent on it and the remainder of the year’s tax.
I am based in the Perama/Panormo/Bali area. Please message me via the forum if interested.