Citroen Berlingo (2008–2018)

Last updated 31 August 2019

 
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Comfortable ride and reasonably nimble handling, good load space in both wheelbase versions, opening roof flap adds to versatility.
Lower power engine struggles on the motorway, optional third seat is cramped for centre passenger, fuse box is prone to water ingress, locks are prone to breaking.
Updated 18 January 2017

Haynes Manual available for Citroen Berlingo and Peugeot Partner 2008 - 2016: Models covered are: Citroen Berlingo Multispace & Van (B9 or II model range) with 1.6 litre (1560cc) turbo-diesel engine...

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Introduction

Introduced in 2008, the second-gen Citroen Berlingo is a much improved and more useful version of the massively popular French van. It didn't quite replace the original, which soldiered on renamed as the Berlingo First until 2011, but this newer version is a big step forward in quality and refinement making it a dependable used choice.

Citroen offers the Berlingo van in two sizes, standard L1 and stretched L2 versions that share the same wheelbase and offer owners further scope to tailor the van to their needs. Both platforms are based on the Citroen C4 of the same age, giving this van a comfortable ride on bumpy roads.

Other features that have made the Berlingo popular include Citroen’s Ready to Run range that offers factory-fitted options such as refrigeration and carrying racks. Add in other extras such as a third passenger seat and roof opening flap to accommodate longer items such as ladders or poles and the Berlingo is as versatile as it gets in this class.

Engine choice is kept simple with a straight division between 1.6-litre petrol and diesel motors. The 95PS petrol will suit those using the van for short hop deliveries or town work, while the diesel is offered in 75PS and 90PS versions that deliver up to 55.4mpg average economy and emissions as low as 133g/km. There is also a low emissions Airdream model with CO2 of 125g/km.

 

Used Buying Guide - Citroen Berlingo 

The Citroen Berlingo offers plenty of choice and good versatility, too, while the most recent version is proving reliable, which is good for any business user who’ll come to rely on it. 

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Citroen Berlingo (4) (2)

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