What types of Citroen van are there?
Of all the different makes and models out there, choosing which Citroen van is right for you, really depends on what you’re going to use it for. As they come in very different sizes, being clear about how you’ll use the van will make deciding on the size of the interior you need easier.
The smallest of the Citroen range is the Nemo. With a useful length of 2.5m when the passenger seat’s folded down, you might just about squeeze in a ladder . What’s certain is that its 2.8m3 volume will fit in quite a few parcels. They can be relatively heavy too as the Nemo can take a payload of 660kg.
Needing something larger but still more car-like than van-like? How about the Berlingo? Its flexible space can be used for lengths of up to 3.25m and its spacious 4.1m3 volume means it would be ideal for your tools too. Though you could go further, two standard pallets can easily be placed in its load space .
Bigger you say. Well then there’s the recently released Dispatch. An altogether bigger van, it comes in three different lengths from 4.6m to 5.3m, providing up to 4m of useful length. With a useful volume of 6.6m3 the Dispatch can comfortably carry weights of up to 1,400kg .
The largest of the Citroen vans is the Relay. Configured how you need it – the van comes in four different lengths and three different heights – the Relay is a powerhouse of a van. With wide loading spaces of over 1.4m on the side and almost 1.87m at the rear, the Relay has up to 17m3 of space – that’s six times the Nemo. With optional extras including sat nav and reversing camera, the Relay could be ideal for your business needs.