Citroen launches new trim levels across LCV line-up

 Published 4th January 2023
General Guides  New Launches 

A new range of specifications has been revealed by Citroen, spanning its entire van range. Designed to better suit fleet and business needs, the new range has seen specifications simplified and key equipment bundled together.

Citroen's Berlingo compact van - available as both Berlingo and e-Berlingo e-LCV - are now offered in Enterprise Edition and Driver Edition.

These include features such as air conditioning, cruise control, electric windows, eight-inch colour touchscreen infotainment system with smartphone connectivity, and safety equipment such as Citroen Connect Box. Driver Edition adds automatic wipers, rear parking sensors and camera, 16-inch alloys, a modular passenger bench including work table, and navigation.

Mid-sized Dispatch and e-Dispatch get the same trim levels, and similar differences between the equipment lists, though there is greater flexibility in hardware because it's a larger van.

Electric versions get a choice of 50 kWh or 75 kWh battery, plus there are features such as a load-through flap in the bulkhead, while both Dispatch models are available in panel or crew van specifications.

Finally, Relay and e-Relay large LCVs have had their trim options condensed down to a single option for simplicity. Previous Enterprise and Driver trims have been replaced with Enterprise Edition.

This sees features such as air conditioning, cruise control, electric windows, alloy wheels, remote central locking, and safety systems including ESC with hill start and emergency brake assist.

Trim levels will be rolled out early in 2023, with orders to lease one of the new range of Citroen vans available now.





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