PSV Glass has acquired eight new Citroën Relay 35 L3H3 HDi 130 6-speed manual vans, and five Citroën C4 VTR cars.
Fortis Property Care (FPC) now operates almost 150 Citroën LCVs as it works to keep roofs over the heads of social housing residents across Worcestershire and Herefordshire.
Citroën is making a multi-million pound investment in its specialist-bodied LCV stock, so businesses can acquire tippers, dropsides and Luton vans more quickly.
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) is now standard specification on all Citroën Nemo, Berlingo and Dispatch LCVs produced from July 1, 2014.
A Berlingo van has just become the 100,000th Citroën LCV to be fitted with the Teletrac telematics package.
The updated Citroën Relay van is now available to order before the first vehicles are delivered to UK customers in July.
SMEs will play a vital role in manufacturer’s sales aspirations
Citroen has revealed the new version of the Relay panel van ahead of its debut at the Commercial Vehicle Show next week.
Courier company Eskimo Express has added two Citroen Relay vans to its fleet of 20 temperature-controlled vehicles.
A new Citroën Relay range, due to go sale in the UK during the third quarter of this year, will be revealed at the Commercial Vehicle Show.
Citroën Nemo, Berlingo, Dispatch and Relay LCVs had a record start to 2014 with sales up 21.33% on those of January 2013.
Citroën’s 2013 LCV registrations rose by 25.8% to 22,989 units, representing an 8.48% share of the <3.5 tonne gvw sector.
Citroën is celebrating after the Berlingo van won Fleet Van's Small Van of the Year Award for the third time.
Car and commercial vehicle parts distributor, Mill Autoquip, has strengthened its Citroën LCV fleet with the delivery of 40 Nemo X and six Berlingo vans.
International real estate management company takes delivery of 77 Citroën Berlingo and Dispatch vans.
Citroen scored a hat-trick last month with its best ever September LCV sales, the Berlingo taking first place in the small van sector and market share up by 25.91% for the first three-quarters of 2013.
All new Citroën LCVs registered from July 1, 2013, onwards can now be specified with a new ‘Upgrade to Business Class’ package.
Plant and pipeline maintenance specialist Furmanite is again renewing its 100 strong LCV fleet with Citroën vans.
With fuel price rises showing no sign of slowing down, many of today’s new van models are all about moving the maximum amount of cargo for the minimum cost.
The Environment Agency (EA) has bought 31 Citroën Berlingo Enterprise vans as part of its commitment to reduce the carbon footprint of its LCV fleet.