Is my Citroen Berlingo classified as a van or a car?

I have a Citroen Berlingo and need to find out if it is a car derived van or a van based on a car? Can you help?

Asked on 1 June 2018 by Neil Clark

Answered by Dan Powell
The Citroen Berlingo is fully fledged van, designed from the ground up as a commercial vehicle. It's not car derived in any way. Cheap to fuel, practical and great for hard work, we're big fans of the Berlingo. And depending on which model you have, the payload capacity spans from 596-1000kg However, as with all vans, it's subject to commercial vehicle speed limits.

These are:
50mph on single carriageways
60mph on dual carriageways
70mph on motorways
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