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The new Citroen Berlingo carries on the good work of its predecessors and adds some moreNew CITROEN BERLINGO Review:
The new Citroen Berlingo allows for an easy, comfortable drive both due to the driving position and visibility and good features.
With its strong diesels and a petrol option the Berlingo seems to have most users’ needs covered. The XTR+ gives that something extra and with a little bit of maintenance, this van can go far.
Diesel Berlingos come in two form - the 70bhp 1.9D or the 90bhp turbodiesel 2.0HDi. There is also a 75bhp 1.4 litre petrol model. Both diesels are hard-working and will do the job for you.
The new Citroen Berlingo van steers neatly and with relatively little body roll. From 2006 customers have been able to choose from Berlingo XTR+ - a semi-off-road version of the 600 van. It comes with raised suspension (by 40mm), a limited-slip differential (LSD) on the front axle plus mud and snow tyres as standard.
The new Citroen Berlingo comes with payloads of either 600kg or 800kg and has a fairly large load area. There are also more than few choices for customers looking for additional features.