How long do Citroen Berlingo vans last?

On the used market, the second generation Berlingo (2008 – 2018) improved upon the first generation’s reliability with a new range of 1.6-litre diesel engines. It’s a strong workhorse with brake discs that should last around 60,000 miles and a resilient clutch.

What is the top spec Citroen Berlingo van?

The top-spec 1.5 BlueHDi 130 also has stop-start, and as it’s a newer engine it delivers improved efficiency, managing 64.2mpg with the six-speed manual in both van sizes, and 65.7mpg with the EAT8 eight-speed auto. All vans have a 50-litre fuel tank, plus an AdBlue tank capacity of 17 litres.

What goes wrong with Citroen Berlingo?

Other than fair wear and tear on the older cars, owners have reported problems with the steering and its alignment, suspension squeaks and rattles and some replacement parts, non-engine electrical problems including the infotainment (where fitted) failing, the air-con ceasing to work and headlights giving up the ghost.

When did Citroen Berlingo change shape?

In 2008, Citroen introduced the second generation for the Berlingo and refreshed-it in 2012 with a major facelift.

Which is the best Citroen Berlingo engine?

Performance & drive Our favourite engine in the range is the 109bhp 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol (Puretech 110), though. Mated to a six-speed manual gearbox, it’s very flexible, pulls solidly from low revs and has enough mid-range clout to suit the more compact five-seat M model.

What is the most reliable small van?

The best small vans 2021

  • Fiat Doblo Cargo. Fiat updated the Doblo Cargo some years ago, adding a new engine and an updated interior.
  • Nissan NV250. The Nissan NV250 is the replacement for the oddly proportioned but very practical Nissan NV200.
  • Ford Transit Courier.
  • Ford Transit Connect.
  • Volkswagen Caddy.
  • Peugeot Partner.

What is the difference between Citroen Berlingo L1 and L2?

M-length vans (L1) are 350mm smaller than the XL (L2) models; their overall length is 4403mm rather than the L2 van’s 4753mm length. Twin side doors are standard on the XL vans, while a single nearside door is fitted to the smaller M version. All vans get double rear doors as standard.

Is Peugeot Partner A good van?

The Peugeot Partner is a smooth-riding and economical van, but it isn’t as refined or well-equipped as top rivals. The Peugeot Partner sits in the middle of the company’s comprehensive commercial vehicle range, between the tiny Bipper and the mid-sized Expert.

Which is better Citroen Berlingo or Peugeot Partner?

The Berlingo is highly versatile, practical and intelligent; it’s perfect for those longer days and the Partner is the ideal commercial companion to assist you throughout your working day. Both vans are of high quality and combine elements of comfort, style and reliability.

Who makes the Citroen Berlingo engine?

The new 2018 Citroën Berlingo and Peugeot Partner/Rifter also share their design with the new Vauxhall/Opel Combo, following GM’s stake acquisition in PSA. Both the Berlingo and Partner have been produced in CNG and electric versions and with four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines.

Is Citroen Berlingo a good van?

The Citroen Berlingo is winner of the Parkers Small Van of the Year award in 2021 and 2020. Essentially exactly the same van as the Peugeot Partner, Vauxhall Combo and – from 2020 – the Toyota Proace City, the Berlingo provides impressive payload capability and a great driving experience.

What is the most reliable van to buy?

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  • Volkswagen Routan.
  • Ford Flex.
  • Toyota Sienna.
  • Nissan Quest.
  • Chrysler Town and Country.
  • Honda Odyssey.
  • Dodge Grand Caravan.
  • Kia Sedona.

Is the Citroen Berlingo a third generation Van?

Now in its third generation, it has received a range of impressive upgrades while maintaining its predecessors’ successes and capabilities. Indeed, it was named the International Van of the Year 2019 by a panel of 25 journalists and independent magazine editors who specialise in Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs).

Where are Citroen Berlingo Multispace passenger vans made?

Both LCV and passenger versions continued their carreer in South America, where they are still produced years after. Passenger vans Berlingo Multispace and Partner Patagónica received an update in June 2021. More parts of both vehicles are now manufactured locally.

Which is the best Citroen Van to lease?

The Citroen Berlingo van is built for professionals – so when you’re thinking of leasing a van & want comfort & style, this one’s for you. With extra space inside the vehicle & safety as a key feature, it’s no wonder this third-generation model is one of our most popular vans.

How big is a Citroen Berlingo m diesel?

The Citroen Berlingo van dimensions vary from a vehicle length of 4403mm on the Citroen Berlingo M Diesel 1.5 BlueHDi 650Kg 75ps Euro 6.2 to 4753mm on the Citroen Berlingo XL 1 1.5 Blue HDi 625g 75ps Euro 6.2 giving load lengths from 3090mm (including load through system) to 3440mm.