Get it while it’s hot: the 2012 Citroen Berlingo!
Looking for a van with a reasonable load capacity and a fitted satellite navigation system? Lease or purchase this 2012 Citroen Berlingo and look no further.
Drivers can enjoy low emissions, fuel efficiency and splendid performance from a van that has also received a lot of recognition internationally for its brilliant LCV range which includes the Euro 5 Nemo and the Berlingo XTR+.
Citroen’s superiority in the automotive industry received a boost with the release of the Berlingo and Dispatch LCV models.
Customers planning to lease or purchase the newly revealed Berlingo will also benefit from a completely new style in the form of a broader grille and a re-designed front, together with a chevron badge, re-styled exterior, aerodynamic panels and an enhanced traction capability.
Technological advancements too, have seen the combined cycle figure of 54.3mpg improve to 55.4 mpg and the 136g/km CO2 emission level drop to133g/km.
The 2012 dispatch promises scalability and all the benefits of a grip control pack that allows the driver to work with four different modes; snow, all-terrain, normal or sand.
The new keenly priced Citroen model is available in two versions; the L1 and L2. Both versions boast ‘Trackstar’ stolen vehicle tracking and an unparalleled trafficmaster smartnav satellite navigation system package, unique to Citroen.
With all these improvements, Berlingo and Dispatch models are even further ahead of their competitors. The updated look also ensures that this is a van of today, on ewhich will still be enjoyable in the future- making it a worthwhile investment for any business.
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