A little more expensive than predecessor, but Euro 6-compliant upgrades like better mpg make it worthwhile
Citroën's Berlingo well and truly changed the face of small vans when it first appeared in the UK back in 1995.
‘Off-the-shelf’ tipper is part of manufacturer’s Ready to Run range
Revisions ensure popular heavy panel van remains competitive with sector leader
Smart new front-end and improved build quality from a worthy fleet contender
XTR+ technology provides extra traction for when the going gets rough
Revised van offers improved fuel economy, standard equipment and safety features
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.
New engines improve efficiency while cab upgrades will satisfy drivers.
With van sales continuing to struggle, Citroën has upped the spec and dropped the prices of a new range it has labelled Enterprise. But can these vans cut the fleet mustard?
Snow and ice help to prove just what a capable little van this award-winning Citroën really is.
The latest van to offer itself up for long-term scrutiny by the experts at Fleet Van is the Citroën Berlingo – and it’s the best van you can get in the UK at present.
Some manufacturers try to palm us off with claims that their vehicles are new when in fact they are little more than facelifts.
Dispatch is high on cubes and looks
Citroën’s 3.5-tonne truck has a staggeringly low front-end price, but quality has not been compromised.
Having just been launched, our Citroën Nemo drew quite a few stares from passers-by during its test week.
Some might find a rear-end shunt traumatic but here at Fleet Van we view such incidents as opportunities.
This stylish new Gallic contender with a chic cherry red paint job is the new addition to the Fleet Van team.
Some light panel vans I could mention suffer terribly in the looks department in high roof format.
Citroën dispatches the jams with ease