Citroen Vans

Citroen Vans

Citroen vans are known for affordability and reliability.

Citroen started manufacturing vehicles in 1919, just after the First World War. The founder, Andre Citroen was just 24 when he started the company, originally called La Societe des Engrenages Citroen. Citroen is known for its innovative design and style. They have sold commercial vehicles right from the start, the 10HP, which was launched in 1919 was available as a van.

What Citroen vans can I get?

Today, a diverse range of Citroen vans are available with an option for all business needs. Whether you are a tradesman, if you’re making multi-drop deliveries of flowers, or transporting larger loads, the range of sizes available means that they are suitable for all sorts of business needs.
Citroen Vans, Peugeot Vans and Fiat Vans are all the same company.

Let’s take a look at the standard fuel and electric Citroen Swiss Vans has on offer.

Citroen Berlingo

The evolution of the Citroen Berlingo since its launch, in 2019, is impressive. Winner of Parkers’ Small Van of the Year in 2020 and 2021, the New Berlingo has had a facelift to offer more space and added security. This medium sized van has a 3.7m3 volume of cargo room and a payload of up to 851kg. With various bulkhead options, this accommodating vehicle can offer flexible solutions for carrying cargo.

The new Citroen Berlingo comes in two body lengths: M (4.4m) and XL (4.75m), and boasts an overload indicator (essential for any delivery business); and welcome safety features including the Citroen Connect Box and free My Citroen Assist.

For diesel fans, the Citroen Berlingo Van comes in four versions: BlueHDi 75hp (6-speed manual gearbox); the BlueHDi 100 hp or 130 hp (6-speed manual gearbox and Stop&Start); and the BlueHDi 130 hp (8-speed automatic gearbox and Stop&Start, and steering wheel shift leavers).

For petrolheads, Citroen Berlingo Van there is one version: PureTech 110 hp (6-speed manual gearbox and Stop&Start).

Citroen ë-Berlingo Van Electric

The new Citroen ë-Berlingo Van Electric has a range up to 171 miles (275.19 km), 113 litres of storage, a maximum of 800 kg payload, and loading volume ranging from size M in 3.30 – 3.80 m3 to 3.90 – 4.40 m3 in Size X.

This 100% electric van has three driving modes, with the gearbox controlled by an ë-Toggle switch: normal, eco for the best energy efficiency; and power for the best performance, no matter the load.

It also allows for various methods of charging: via a 7.4 kW wallbox (7h 30min charge time); an 11 kW wallbox (5hrs); or via 100 kW public charging (80% in 30 mins). The 50 Kwh battery comes with an eight-year guarantee (or 160,000 km for 70% of its charging capacity, according to Citroen).

Citroen Dispatch

Next up, is the new generation of the Dispatch, which has been optimised to be more comfortable and safe. It combines the latest generation of driving aid technology and engines, giving endless possibilities your business. Similar in size to a large people carrier this van from Citroen provides up to 1,400kg carrying capacity, with 2 passengers. For those wanting to carry more passengers, there is the option of a high roof version or the Platform Cab for more flexibility.

Take a look at the Citroen Dispatch.

Citroen ë-Dispatch Electric

The Citroen ë-Dispatch Electric’s range depends on the battery selected. The 50 kWh battery will reach up to 143 miles, while the 75 kWh battery reaches up to 196 miles (both on WLTP cycles).

It features 4.6 – 6.6m3 of loading volume; a maximum of 1.275 kg payload and is available in two different lengths: M (4.95m) and XL (5.3 m). With a guilloché metal automatic gearbox, it has three driving modes: normal, eco for the best energy efficiency, and power for performance.

Various methods of charging are available: a 7.4 kW wallbox (7 – 11h20 charge time depending on battery size); 11 kW wallbox: (4h 45min to 7h 30min); and via 100 kW public charging (50 kWh: 80% in 30 min; 75 kWh: 80% in 45 min).

Citroen Relay

The largest is the Relay, this is the model to choose if you demand a huge payload. With a choice of body styles including panel van, chassis cabs, chassis crew cabs, tipper, etc. There are 4 lengths and 3 heights to choose from, with payloads pushing 2 tonnes.  It’s also large on choice with the option of Luton vans, chiller/freezers, glass carriers, minivans and more.

Citroen ë-Relay Electric

The Citroen ë-Relay Electric is purpose-built for urban and peri-urban businesses.

Its range depends on the battery selected: a 37 kWh battery reaches up to 73 miles (117.482 km), while the 75 kWh battery reaches up to 154 miles (120.7 km) (both on WLTP cycles).

This van’s volume extends up to 15m3, has a payload of up to 1,890 kg, a maximum speed of 55-80 miles/hr, and a silent engine. It comes in three lengths and three different trade/user designs: Enterprise, Worker and Driver.

Its various methods of charging include via a 7kW wallbox (6 – 12hr charge time for 100% charge); a 22 kW wallbox (5 – 9hr); or via 50 kW public (super) charger (50/75 kWh: 80% in 1hr).

Find more information on Citroen Relay and the Luton vans  version.

Citroen Van Finance

Swiss works directly with both the manufacturer and the finance company to give you some of the very best deals in the business.

Finance Lease is the most popular with deposits  as low as one payment in advance. The most common length of a deal is 4 years but we can do up to 6 years on both hire purchase and lease – with and without a balloon.

Purchase options:

– Contract hire
– Hire purchase
– Lease purchase
– Outright purchase
– Finance lease
– Van Leasing

Check out our van finance for more information and different methods of financing a Citroen Berlingo 
Popular Citroen Models
– Citroen Berlingo Enterprise
– Citroen Relay Enterprise
–  Small Vans For Sale
– Electric Vans
The main rivals to Citroen are VW Vans and Ford Van Leasing. If you wish to know why should you prefer Citron over any of these brands then give us a call and our customer care representative will be ready to assist you.

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