UK’s ‘Best City Van’ revealed – Citroen Nemo

The stunning performance of the Citroen Nemo has won it the ‘Best City Van 2012’ award during the Trade Van Driver Awards.

Sometimes known in the UK’s motor industry as the ‘cheeky Nemo’, this model perfectly complements the urban environment, making it an ideal choice to lease or purchase for commercial city driving.

The Nemo model is ideal. It’s versatile, affordable to run, returns amazing fuel economy figures and boasts low CO2 emissions of just 109/km. The Citroen Nemo van comes in a choice of petrol and diesel engine, both of which comply with the new European emission regulations.

The big van payload, close to 660 kg, combined with a spacious and flexible cargo compartment, make this model operational and efficient and perfect for transporting materials from A to B in built up areas.

There is also an opportunity to convert the van into a chiller or freezer van for businesses which transport food and chilled goods.

This best city van provides low cost business transport for all types of operations and offers excellent value for money, with its success pointing to Citroën’s dedication and commitment to offer customers the best commercial vans in the UK’s auto-industry.

The award winning ‘cheeky’ Nemo: A truly worthy winner!

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Andrew Kirkley

Director at OSV Ltd
Andrew enjoys: Movies and travelling to new cities to explore different cultures.

Andrew has been in the motor trade for over 20 years. What he enjoys most about his job is the team spirit and the dedication of his work colleagues. He also appreciates the teams input in the improvement of the company.
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