Citroen Berlingo (2008–2018)

Model History

April 2008

Second generation Berlingo makes its debut

Shown at the Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham, UK. Previous generation Berlingo continues as Berlingo First. The first Citroen Berlingo arrived in 1996 and very quickly established itself as a favourite with van users everywhere. Its passenger car-like performance, handling and comfort were backed up by decent load space and practicality. When Citroen came to launch the second generation Berlingo, they proved they had listened to customers by making the new van larger in every crucial dimension while still making it good to drive.

June 2008

Citroen confirms UK pricing for new Berlingo

Prices starting at £10,395 + VAT. Offered in L1 and L2 forms with 1.6-litre 90PS petrol and 75PS and 90PS 1.6-litre turbodiesel. All except 1.6i petrol models in base X trim come with Trafficsmaster Smartnav and Trackstar stolen vehicle tracking systems.

September 2008

New Berlingo takes second place to Citroen Nemo in International Van of the Year 2009.

November 2008

Berlingo 1.6i Dual Fuel launched with petrol/LPG costing from £9845 + VAT. It comes with 59-litre LPG tank.

November 2008

L2 long wheelbase version Berlingo goes on sale in the UK with 250mm longer load deck and additional 0.4cu.m of load volume.

July 2009

Berlingo 725 L2 Crew Van added to the range with five seats, 716kg payload and 3.35cu.m load compartment. Citroen also launches XTR+ with 90PS 1.6 HDi diesel and heavy duty suspension raised by 30mm. It also has underbody protection, 15-inch steel wheels and limited slip differential. The XTR+ costs from £14,160 + VAT.

February 2012

Citroen Berlingo is facelifted

Gets new headlights, badge and more streamlined door mirrors. Carbon dioxide emissions are reduced as a result of improved aerodynamics.

November 2014

Berlingo economy improved

The changes see the HDi 75 consumption figure improve to 56.5mpg (previously 55.4mpg) and CO2 emissions reduced to 131g/km from 133g/km. The Berlingo LX e-HDi 90 manual micro-hybrid sees emissions reduced to 120g/km from 125g/km and economy improve to 61.4mpg (previously 58.9mpg).

What does a Citroen Berlingo (2008 – 2018) cost?