Citroen and Peugeot will offer revised versions of the Dispatch and Expert from May, with Euro 6d Temp compliance.
The respective model ranges have been revised with simplified trims and the addition of a standard-fit connectivity system.
The ranges start with the 1.5-litre BlueHDi 100 engine. The more powerful engines are 2.0-litre units, with 120PS or 150PS.
The range-topping BlueHDi 180 is available exclusively with an automatic transmission.
The Citroen Dispatch will be offered in two new trim variants, Worker and Driver, alongside entry-level X and Enterprise models.
The Peugeot Expert range is available in new Grip or Asphalt trim levels, with specifications closely mirroring those on the Citroen Dispatch. The S and Professional models remain available.
Price for both vehicles start at £21,320 (ex VAT).
Dispatch Worker and Expert Grip will feature a bulkhead with Load-through flap, dual passenger bench seat with fold-up outer seat and fold-down writing table, ground clearance raised by 20mm, accompanied by a 20mm thick sump guard and Grip Control.
They provide a maximum payload of 1,400Kg and are equipped with all-season mud and snow tyres.
Dispatch Driver and Expert Asphalt are designed for van users who spend a lot of time on the road. Equipment includes enhanced acoustic and thermal insulation plus Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning System, Speed Limit Recognition, Intelligent Speed Adaptation, Driver Attention Alert and smart beam headlights.
There is also a seven-inch colour touchscreen with sat nav and front and rear parking sensors with blind spot monitoring and rear view camera.