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What Citroen van models are there?

There are three models in the Citroen van lineup. The smallest model is the Berlingo – this is available as a compact panel van or as a practical, affordable passenger car perfect for families who need a lot of space.

In the middle is the Dispatch panel van – or Jumpy, as it’s known in other markets. Citroen also makes a passenger version of this called the Spacetourer.

The largest Citroen van is the Relay, which shares parts and engines with the Fiat Ducato and Vauxhall Movano.

Does Citroen make an electric van?

Yes, every van in the Citroen lineup is available as an electric vehicle. The e-Berlingo uses the same 50kWh battery pack as other Citroen and Peugeot models, allowing it to travel up to 171 miles on a full charge.

The e-Dispatch can travel 143 miles using the same 50kWh battery pack, or up to 196 miles if you select the optional 75kWh pack.

The e-Relay also offers two battery sizes – a short-range 37kWh pack ideal for urban usage with 73 miles of range, or the same 75kWh pack as the e-Dispatch, which lets the e-Relay go for 154 miles.

Can I get finance on a used Citroen with Motorpoint?

Yes. Hire Purchase (HP) finance is available on every van sold at Motorpoint, with the option to spread the cost for up to five years. Our team will be happy to get you a personalised quote – you can get in touch on the phone or visit us in-store.

Citroen van FAQs

Both petrol and diesel engines are available for the Berlingo. The petrols are well suited to urban driving with the most efficient version returning more than 45mpg. Diesel models are even more frugal, with the least thirsty version averaging up to 57mpg. 

The larger Dispatch is only available with diesel engines – the most efficient can average more than 45mpg, but all versions should be capable of around 40mpg if you drive economically.

The Relay is the least efficient model thanks to being the largest in the lineup. Expect to see around 35mpg with careful driving regardless of the specific version you choose.

Modern Citroen vans should protect occupants relatively well in the event of a crash, although they don’t perform quite as well in this area on paper compared with vans from Mercedes, for example.

The Berlingo recieved a reasonably strong four-star rating from Euro NCAP in 2018, which suggests it should perform well in an accident.

The Dispatch and Relay, however, which are tested as commercial vehicles, only received NCAP’s bronze award, lagging a little behind the class standard. This test mainly found shortcomings in the van’s advanced driver assist features.

The Berlingo panel van is available in two different lengths. This is also the same for the passenger Berlingo, with the longer version getting a seven-seat interior.

Moving up to the Dispatch, only one height option is offered but two different lengths.

The Relay has the most size options. Three different heights are available – H1, H2 and H3 – along with four different lengths – L1, L2, L3 and L4.

Starting with the Berlingo, the shortest version has a load area 1.2 metres tall and 1.5 metres wide – the length is either 1.8 or a little less than 2.2 metres depending on what body length is selected.

The Dispatch’s load area is 1.4 metres tall by 1.6 metres wide. The load area length is 2.2 metres in the shortest Dispatch, and up to 2.9 metres for the longest model.

For all Relay models, the load area is a little less than 1.9 metres wide. The three height options give internal measurements of 1.7, 1.9 or 2.2 metres. While the four length options mean internal storage space that’s either 2.7, 3.1, 3.7 or 4.1 metres long.

The majority of parts and engines found in Citroen vans are used elsewhere on Peugeot, Vauxhall and Fiat models. That generally means they’ve proven to be reliable in service. For Citroen’s Diesel-powered panel vans, these now have two-year service intervals, which suggests the brand is confident these models will prove to be reliable.