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citroen, relay, vanCitroen Relay L3 H2: Stylish, comfortable and more fuel efficient

Story: Peter Witherington | Posted 2 July 2014

Verdict: Refined, comfortable, smart looks and cheap to run What is it? THE arrival of the new Ford Transit has certainly put the cat amongst the pigeons in the heavy van sector. The new Transit is such a quantum leap forward in terms of build quality, ride and handling and fuel efficiency that the others… Read more…

Citroen_Dispatch_reviewCitroen Dispatch L2H2 review: big van capacity with medium van costs

Story: Peter Witherington | Posted 23 April 2014

This version of the Dispatch is almost as big as a Relay, and Citroen has stuffed it with extras to keep up with the new boys out there.

CitroenRelayFrontCitroen Relay van review – Stop & Start brings fuel savings to urban businesses

Story: Colin Dawson | Posted 27 October 2013

Adding Start and Stop to the familiar Citroen Relay is a big plus for urban users. And sat nav plus Trackstar stolen van tracking are now standard features on the Citroen.

Berlingo_FrontCitroen Berlingo Airdream van review – well-specced fun-to-drive all-rounder

Story: Colin Dawson | Posted 1 September 2013

This Berlingo is a great all-rounder. It’s stuffed with kit, does 62.8mpg, is almost sporty to drive, and will still carry a pallet in the back.

Citroen's popular Berlingo is leaner and cleaner than everNew Citroen Berlingo van review – leaner, cleaner and dramatically improved

Story: Colin Dawson | Posted 26 February 2013

This is the latest version of the Citroen Berlingo panel van. It’s a big improvement on the old model and with a style that will appeal to a broad range of business van users.

Citroen RelayCitroen Relay on test: the big load lugger

Story: Colin Dawson | Posted 11 February 2013

The Citroen Relay has a refined, beefy engine, is easy to drive, easy to live with and especially suitable for businesses that need to carry large, bulky cargoes.

Rebadged: PSA Peugeot Citroen will build Expert version with Toyota badge in 2013PSA develops business to build vans for Toyota from next summer

Story: Ralph | Posted 23 July 2012

Author: ROBIN ROBERTS The long-rumoured and awaited collaboration agreement between Toyota and PSA Peugeot Citroen for the next generation of light vans has been confirmed today. Under the plan, PSA Peugeot Citroën is to supply Toyota with light commercial vehicles for sale in Europe with Toyota badges. PSA Peugeot Citroën will supply Medium Size Vans… Read more…

Martin Hammill, Citroen's new fleet bossVan man turns company car boss

Story: Richard | Posted 10 July 2012

Story: RALPH MORTON Citroen’s man at the commercial vehicle wheel will be delivering a new message from today (09 July, 2012). Martin Hamill puts on his best suit and tie to become fleet director at Citroen. The former head of commercial vehicles & business sector is taking over the fleet director hot seat following the… Read more…

Citroen Nemo HDi 75 manual Stop & Start 660 X road testCitroen Nemo: compact van gets more economical

Story: Ralph | Posted 2 May 2011

Citroen Nemo HDi 75 test Review: Mark Bursa Citroen Nemo HDi 75 manual Stop & Start 660 XWhat is it? NEW Euro 5-compliant diesel engine for Citroen’s popular compact city van, giving even lower emissions and improved fuel economy. Addition of Stop & Start technology helps too. Expect similar powertrain change for Nemo’s siblings, Fiat… Read more…

Citroen Nemo Multispace front three quartersNemo Multispace: the two-in-one car and van

Story: Ralph Morton | Posted 29 June 2009

Nemo Multispace road test Review: Ralph Morton Citroen Nemo Multispace 1.4 HDiWhat is it?Citroen’s handy urban van kitted out as a passenger car with five seats. Ideal for light delivery work where a full commercial vehicle isn’t needed – such as florists and gardeners – but you also get the benefit of a car, too…. Read more…

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