A few months ago the Citroën Berlingo stopped being offered in its versions for passengers with diesel and gasoline engines, something that has cost the French firm losing many customers and the anger of some dealers. To compensate for this, some options now return.
Although it is true that the brand has not backed down on its decision, it has increased the Business range with a slightly more careful approach to win over both companies and individuals, including the possibility of adding the XTR pack with a campero touch.
The mechanical range is made up of the 1.2 Turbo engine with 110 hp in combination with a six-speed manual gearbox, and by the 130 hp 1.5 BlueHDI diesel accompanied by the six-speed manual gearbox or with the interesting eight-speed automatic.
Among the equipment that the firm says they can equip, it is necessary to point out the adaptive cruise control, pre-collision warning, parking sensors, automatic city brakingblind spot control, keyless access, push button start, smart headlights with Smartbeam, navigator with 8-inch screen, etc.
This new version is approved as an adaptable mixed vehicle, thereby implying some limitations that many users will not like. Despite this, certain customers will surely appreciate being able to opt for one of these multispace with conventional engines.