Citroen’s Berlingo has been around since 2008 and has had improvements which include a minor facelift and more advanced diesel engine in 2015. Alex Robbins states that cars like the Citroen Berlingo multi-space are getting very popular over the continent as cheap, useful family wagons. In an attempt to lift the standards of the Citroen new Berlingo to those of its competitors, various equipment has been improved mostly involving the enterprise trim.
Below is more about the Citroen new Berlingo.
The Citroen new Berlingo is offered in two variants; L1 and L2. These two vans have different body lengths but their wheelbase is the same, meaning the L1 has the highest potential payload and not the L2, which is longer as its length is due to an extra wheel behind the rear axle body section. This Citroen offers, among other types, a diesel power which is the latest Euro6 1.6-liter BlueHDi common rail injection engine, which is quieter and more economical. There is also the choice of using a 96bhp 1.6-liter VTi petrol engine or the electric version though only provided in the L1 model. You will find all new Berlingo models are reasonably equipped with good navigation and tracking system, touch screen, audio control, reversing camera, air conditioner and reversing sensors. In addition, the interior of the Citroen specials is excellently designed to have a range of bulkhead options and seat configurations making them very versatile.
Mpg and running costs
The Citroen new Berlingo is known to be an efficient van. This is due to its economical diesel engine whose range exceeds the 50mpg mark. But, the petrol version of the car offers a mileage of around 43.5mpg. Also, there is the electrical version whose range is 106miles from a 12-hour charge whereby a domestic power socket can be used. This model gets charged quickly. Not only that, the model has the ability to take a battery from zero to eighty percent capacity in thirty-five minutes. The service intervals of their conventional diesel models are at 12,500 miles and 24 months.
Practicality and loading space
The Citroen Berlingo has a bulkhead model designed with a fitted ladder-type arrangement just behind the passenger seat, which gives the advantage of the Extenso folding seat mechanism. Also, available are two options namely the full-height steel bulkhead option, and a half-height steel bulkhead version, which have removable panels and an upper section made of steel mesh. These removable panels and folding seats increase the length of the load bay. The L2 model has fabricated sections that extend the overhangs at the rear freeing up space, giving it an ungainly appearance but making it the best option for carrying long loads. The L2 version is also best for carrying more than three people and all the models can manage up to 896-kg payload comparable to other versions like new c4 cactus Brisbane car dealers sell. An electronic stability control, hill start assist, ABS and drivers airbag are fitted in this model offering safety and reliability.
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