CITROEN has announced a new Berlingo will be shown at the Geneva motor show next month.
One of their best selling vans with 2.9 Million registered since 1996, the Berlingo has had a make over.
The front end is sharper and more eye-catching with revised LEDs and grille while a reworked cabin retains the three front seats and users will love the new big touchscreen which dominates the fascia.
Reversing camera and sensors come in models from June and by the end of the year it will have active city brake
It will integrate with a user’s phone and do the navigation and feed chosen entertainment to the ears.
Reversing camera and sensors come in models from June and by the end of the year it will have active city brake, which uses radar to stop if there is a chance of a nose to tail shunt in slow moving traffic.
At the front the engine range available from launch expands still further with, in particular, the BlueHDi diesel family.
Launched by Citroën at the end of 2013, this new generation of engines cuts nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions and reduces CO2 emissions by up to 4%.
With the BlueHDi engines, the brand meets the future Euro 6 standard. For the BlueHDi 120 S&S engine, the Citroën Berlingo gains a 6-speed manual gearbox for the first time, for greater driveability over any distance.
Depending on output, the best achieve 109gkm.
We will be testing the new range and give you our verdict on whether it is still one of the best vans on the market.