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Citroen Vans Berlingo - Overview

Citroen Vans Berlingo Overview

With more space and modularity than ever before, the new Citroen Berlingo van makes short of hard work. It’s packed to the rafters with safety kit to keep your work crew safe on the road, and you’ve a choice of two body lengths (M, XL) with the XL model boasting an extended wheelbase. Load volumes range from 3.3 cubic metres to 4.75 cubic metres while payload weights range from 650kg to 1,000kg. Choose PureTech petrol or BlueHDi diesel power to suit your mileage, with Grip Control available optionally to improve traction in bad weather so you can keep going, always.


Appearances matter and the new Citroen Berlingo has style in spades. It’s a handsome, purposeful van with a distinctive headlight profile. The option of one or two sliding side doors and 180-degree rear hinged doors make loading and unloading easy.


Comfort and adjustability are the Berlingo’s party pieces. It’s got solid performance too, with turbocharged PureTech petrol and BlueHDi diesel engines available. Features like cruise control and Grip Control are available, as is Citroen's EAT8 eight-speed auto gearbox.


Available as a Worker or Driver version, there’s a Berlingo for everyone. The Worker model is for work crews who transport kit around difficult terrain, while the Driver model is for those who make regular deliveries and rack up the mileage.

Living with it

The new Berlingo van drives like a car and has the features to match, with a Surround Rear Vision Camera, 8-inch touchscreen with Citroen Connect Nav and a colour heads-up display available. This is the ultimate do-it-all van for fleets and sole traders alike.

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New Citroen Vans Berlingo Reviews

Cabin versatility, low price, driving dynamics Auto Express

Comfortable ride and reasonably nimble handling, good load space in both wheelbase versions, opening roof flap adds to versatility. Honest John

The Euro 6 engines have certainly pushed the envelope as far as fuel economy and emissions are concerned. The extra cost of the van is worth paying to get such benefits. Commercial Fleet