2015 Citroen Berlingo Reviews, Prices and Pictures – Welcome to Neocarsuv.com, we will provide the latest information about the Citroen Berlingo Concept. 2015 Citroen Berlingo changes is one brand new car from Citroen that was released in 2015. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2015 Citroen Berlingo Release Date.
The latest Citroen Berlingo hit the UK van market in 2008, and it comprises L1 and L2 models, with different length bodies but an identical wheelbase. The Berlingo spawned the highly versatile Multispace family car, but the van is effectively the same as its sister model, the Peugeot Partner. And it introduced the double passenger seat to the small van class this concept has since been copied on the next-generation Ford Transit Connect, which goes on sale later this year.
2015 Citroen Berlingo Price
Pricing for the new 2015 Citroen Berlingo has been set at £12,005 to £21,300 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2015 Citroen Berlingo we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.
2015 Citroen Berlingo Interior
The Berlingo cab is fairly comfortable, although if you go for the double passenger seat, the person sitting in the centre is likely to be fairly cramped as the gear selector mechanism is set into the base of the dashboard. Still, the set-up is worth specifying for the extra seating flexibility it provides over short journeys. Controls are light and logically arranged for the most part, but the electric window switches are mounted on the dashboard rather than on the doors, where you expect them to be. Storage space is good, with a covered dash-top box ahead of the driver and a deep recess on the passenger side, plus door pockets and the horizontal bottle holders in the dashboard. However, as there’s no full steel bulkhead separating the cabin from the load, road noise is an issue.
2015 Citroen Berlingo Exterior
The Citroen Berlingo is one of the most efficient vans in its class – the Airdream 625 LX e-HDi 90 model promises 62.8mpg combined fuel consumption and 118g/km CO2 emissions. For now, only the Renault Kangoo ML 19 Energy has the edge in terms of van mpg, with 65.7mpg economy and 112g/km emissions. In everyday driving, owners can expect to achieve 50-55mpg in this Berlingo, which features PSA Peugeot Citroen’s EGS6 six-speed automated gearbox. Other diesel models should be good for mpg in the mid-40s to 50s.
2015 Citroen Berlingo Engine
Performance from all versions of the 1.6-litre diesel is decent, but the 90bhp version appears to be the better all-rounder, and all low-emission Berlingo Airdream models use this engine. While the six-speed EGS gearbox doesn’t like to be rushed, it works fairly well in this Citroen, making urban driving more relaxing. Ride quality is fairly good for a load carrier, and handling is impressive considering the van dimensions. The XTR+ model is designed with off-road use in mind. It’s still only two-wheel drive, but the sophisticated electronic traction control system works well, improving grip in more difficult conditions by adjusting the power and braking individual wheels. Drivers can select the best setting for the terrain using a rotary switch that replaces one of the angled drinks holders in the dashboard.
The Berlingo L2 stands out with its longer rear overhang, which stretches the dimensions to give a longer load area. And the range has been boosted by the recent arrival of a full electric model, badged L1H1. Most buyers will go for a conventionally powered Berlingo, though, and they can choose from a 97bhp 1.6-litre petrol engine in the L1 (available only in X or LX spec) or 75bhp or 90bhp 1.6-litre HDi common-rail diesels co-developed by Citroen, Peugeot and Ford in either bodystyle. Those buying the higher-powered 1.6 HDi also get the option of a low-emission Airdream model, which uses PSA Peugeot Citroen’s e-HDi technology to get CO2 down to 118g/km on versions with the EGS6 automated manual gearbox.