The Citroen vans Nemo is super compact, with a great payload and as you would expect from a compact van, it is extremely manouvreable. It is very competitively priced thanks to Swiss Vans buying power, and offers a range of models with varying degrees of comfort. Citroen Relay .Despite its small size, it can accommodate a standard euro pallet between the wheel arches and is therefore an incredibly versatile compact van offering excellent value for money. Citroen Berlingo
The Nemo, Citroen Dispatch along with the Fiat Fiorino and Peugeot Bipper, built in the same factory in Turkey, revived the compact van sector in the UK when launched in 2007. Van Finance There’s one body style, with a choice of 72bhp petrol or 74bhp diesel engine. The Nemo comes with three trim levels, giving customers a choice of equipment, although there’s only one petrol model with the entry-level X spec. The standard Extenso passenger seat, which folds down level with the load floor can usefully extend the load-floor length on the passenger side. Diesel-powered models can offer over 50mpg in normal use.
The Nemo comes with two unglazed asymmetric rear doors as standard, for security, and a ladder-type bulkhead behind the driver’s seat. The rear doors will open to 180 degrees. There’s a range of bulkhead options, all at cost, from a half-height steel bulkhead with mesh upper section to a glazed full-steel bulkhead. There’s a folding-cage-type bulkhead designed for use with the standard Extenso folding passenger seat, so that even when the seat is used to extend the load area on the passenger side, the driver has some protection from a shifting load.
Its no shock why the Nemo has been so popular in the recent years due to its practicality and its value for money, You can pick one up for as little as £95 a month! Thats as little as £23 a week!
The Nemo has a strong connection with many businesses and its easy to see why. With its low pricing and high reliability factor its easy to understand why it would appeal to people.
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