Published on Thursday 07 November 2013 in Van News
The popularity of the Citroen Berlingo continues apace. Following best-ever sales figures in September which saw the Berlingo take first place in the small van sector, the manufacturer shows no signs of resting on its laurels with an update of its best-selling van.
This latest Berlingo now benefits from further fuel economy improvements and emissions reductions as well as being refreshed with exterior changes, a new gearbox and more in-cab storage.
Models produced from this month will gain a new chrome grille, new side rubbing strips and revised side skirts. Internally, all Berlingo vans and platform cabs now gain a full-width, over-windscreen storage shelf with map reading lights on either side for both driver and passenger.
All Berlingo Airdream models previously specified with EGS6 automated manual gearboxes will now be equipped with a new ETG6 (6-speed Efficient Tronic Gearbox) which has been developed to provide improved driveability.
Berlingo L1 vans powered by the HDi 90 (non e-HDi 90) engine now benefit from an improved Combined Cycle fuel economy figure of 56.5mpg and a CO2 emissions reduction from 138g/km to 132g/km.
Citroen has increased payload for all Berlingo vans, including the Berlingo 89bhp HDi Manual L1 model which has had its payload increased from 850kg to 896kg.
The latest Citroen Berlingo LCV is offered with a choice of three trim levels: 'X', 'LX' and 'Enterprise', along with six powertrains.
To ease the driving experience all Berlingo panel vans are fitted, as standard, with Citroën's Trafficmaster telematics platform, which includes Smartnav dynamic satellite navigation system and Trackstar stolen vehicle tracking.
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