The Citroën Berlingo immediately asserts a modern and robust personality for a commercial vehicle.
Fluid lines provide a dynamic and contemporary outline while retaining a reassuring character. Thanks to its unique design, the class-leading Citroën Berlingo van not only carries better than its competitors, but it looks better too.
It’s easy to see out the back of the Berlingo with two asymmetrical rear doors with large glazed windows.
There is even a rear window wiper so as weather conditions change, the Citroën Berlingo looks after you.
The mobile work station
Big on comfort, this is a serious work space.
With ergonomic efficiency giving you a perfectly placed gear lever, height and reach adjustable steering wheel and a height adjustable driver’s seat.
Naturally this comfort zone is also highly practical. From the 4.1 Litre glove box behind the steering wheel, to an under seat drawer, you’ll find there’s a place for everything.
The Citroën Berlingo range now comes standard with a 7” multifunction touchscreen which incorporates a reverse camera, Apple CarPlay® / MirrorLink™.
Enhancing your mobile office, the Berlingo offers autonomous in-car smart phone integration for compatible phones and apps. The main benefit of the system is the enhanced safety as you don’t have to touch your phone while using either system, along with mirroring your phone’s satnav on the large touchscreen display.
You’re in unexplored territory with the Citroën Berlingo’s load cabin and super-flexible capacity.
Up to 850kg payload and seriously useful 4.1 cubic metres of inner space, you’ll be amazed at what you can fit in this small van.
The safe work mate
There’s cruise control with driver adjustable speed limiter, anti-lock braking system (ABS) and electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD), electronic stability program (ESP) and reverse camera standard on all models.
Safe, advanced, a protective work mate: in other words a Citroën van.
The 6-speed semi-automatic (ETG6, available on Berlingo L2) is further enhanced with a Euro 5 e-HDi engine which includes ‘Stop & Start’ technology and ESP as standard – contributing to the combined fuel use figure of 4.7L* per 100 kilometers.
The new drivetrain contributes to a significant one-litre per 100km saving in fuel economy over the similarly specified manual transmission, saving owners in the order of $300 per year* in fuel use alone.
*Fuel savings calculated using official ADR81/02 fuel economy figures, calculation assumes 20,000km a year at Sydney diesel average price of $144.8 per litre (NRMA fuel watch – 25/11/14).