2015 Citroen Relay Reviews, Prices and Pictures – Welcome to Neocarsuv.com, we will provide the latest information about the Citroen Relay Concept. 2015 Citroen Relay 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 Relay Release Date.
The Citroen Relay has been a popular panel van for many years, but it was showing its age a bit, so in 2014 an updated and improved version was launched to keep it up to date with its main rivals: the Ford Transit, Mercedes Sprinter and Volkswagen Crafter.
Citroën has really pushed the boat out with this offering of the new Relay. Even though it is a joint venture alongside its sister company Peugeot and Fiat meaning that all three brands essentially have the same vehicle underneath there’s something that stands it apart from the other manufacturers. Firstly, Citroen are the only maker to install anti-theft tracking devices and satellite navigation as standard. It also offers a large number of configurations, with three roof heights, three power outputs and four lengths of vehicle to choose from. The Relay has plenty of storage space too and along with the excellent driving visibility Citreon has created an excellent interior working space. It comes with the three engine options, all diesel, a 100bhp or 120bhp 2.2 litre HDi, or a 160bhp 3.0 litre HDi engine. Nimble and reactive steering is a major plus and the driver’s seat is very comfortable, though less could be said for the passenger seat. Depending on the chosen preferences, cargo load weights range from eight to 17 cubic metres. All-in-all this is a superb improvement from Citroen’s last effort and with AutoeBid providing first-class deals on the model, we are confident the Relay will compete well against similar rivals in the class.
The Citroen Relay, known as the Jumper in other markets, is built on a platform shared with the Peugeot Boxer and Fiat Ducato in fact, there are so few differences between the three vans that it can be hard to tell them apart.
2015 Citroen Relay Price
Pricing for the new 2015 Citroen Relay has been set at £13,533 – £18,498 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2015 Citroen Relay we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.
2015 Citroen Relay Interior
Interior changes come with a redesigned steering wheel, a dashboard with a new technical interface, and seats in new black fabric with a blend of red and grey dots. There is also a Connecting Box with a Bluetooth hands-free kit and a USB socket, as well as a first-in-segment 5-inch colour touchscreen for displaying the new navigation and reversing camera functions.
The new Relay has also been updated in more important areas – the doors and brakes have been tested and upgraded for durability, the engine range has been changed to improve emissions and economy, and interior quality has taken a step forward with extra options on the spec sheet like sat-nav, a reversing camera, auto wipers, lane departure warning and tyre pressure sensors.
2015 Citroen Relay Exterior
Citroen says its focus on long-term running costs and its relationship with customers is the top reason to buy the Relay over its sister vans but all three vans stand out with their own distinctive styling. The Relay gets new headlights and a grille inspired by the new range of Citroen cars, with large chevrons that blend into chrome strips on the nose. The optional LED strip inside the headlights is a nice touch, too.
2015 Citroen Relay Engine
Engines available in the Relay are all 2.2-litre diesel units, but with varying power outputs – there’s the 110 (108bhp), 130 (128bhp) and 150 (148bhp), with stop-start available on the e-HDi 130 version.
The new Citroen Relay will be available in a broad range of eight body styles with four lengths (L1, L2, L3, L4), three wheelbases (3.00 m, 3.45 m and 4.04 m) and three heights (H1, H2, H3). Models coming to South Africa are still under negotiation.
Other details about the facelifted van including the engine line-up for South Africa will be revealed closer to launch.
Payload capacities range from 1,115kg to 1,900kg, and load volumes go from 8 cubic metres in the L1H1 version to 17 cubic metres in the L4H3, which is the longest and tallest model. Plus, the Relay comes in a range of different formats, including chassis cab, tipper, dropside and Luton.