Citroën has unveiled the ë-Berlingo, the latest version of its MPV that was first introduced in 1996. The new ë-Berlingo features a 100kw (134 bhp) electric motor with up to 192 lb ft of torque. Connected to a 50kWh battery, the ë-Berlingo can achieve up to 174 miles of range from a single charge under WLTP testing.
From December 2020 production, Citroën UK will introduce a new and more efficient engine option – 2.0-litre BlueHDi 140 S&S – to the SpaceTourer MPV range. Citroën says that with a choice of six-speed manual and eight-speed automatic transmissions (EAT8 Auto), customers have an even greater power of choice.
Citroën has unveiled the new ë-C4 and C4 new-generation compact hatchbacks. The new cars are offered with 100 per cent electric, petrol or diesel powertrains. Pure electric models are badged ë-C4, while the petrols and diesels are C4s.
Citroën continues its electrification offensive in 2020 and has now published the first images of the new all-electric ë-C4 and the new C4. There is a choice of electric, petrol or Diesel powertrains. The all-electric new ë-C4 and new C4 will be presented in detail on Tuesday 30 June.
The new Citroën C3 is now available to order in the UK, with prices starting from just £19,730 for diesel models and first customer deliveries expected in August. The new Citroën C3 is now the brand’s most customisable hatchback, with up to 97 different exterior combinations. The latest model C3 features a revised front-end showcasing Citroën’s new design language inspired by the CXPERIENCE Concept. Measuring 3.99m long, 1.75m wide and 1.47m tall, New C3 also gains LED lighting at the front, new 17-inch alloy wheels and fresh Airbump designs.
Owners of Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs) registered before 1 January 2014 could now receive as much as £10,000 towards the cost a new Citroën van, when trading in their vehicle as part of Citroën UK’s newly introduced LCV Swappage Scheme. The introduction of this new LCV campaign follows on from the brand’s car Swappage Scheme, which was launched in November 2019.
From Wednesday 19 February 2020, the whole of the Citroën passenger car range with BlueHDi diesel engines will comply with the latest ‘Real Driving Emissions Step 2’ standard (officially referred to as Euro 6D). The Euro 6D standard means that emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx), in real world driving conditions, are permitted to be a maximum of 1.43 times the laboratory limit of 80mg/km.
The new Citroën C5 Aircross SUV Hybrid, the latest addition to the brand’s flagship range, has officially opened for orders in the UK. Available in the two most popular trims ‘Flair’ and ‘Flair Plus’, this is Citroën’s first plug-in hybrid and the first model in the brand’s electrification offensive. To coincide with the opening of orders, pricing and specification details have also been announced.
Citroën UK has added a new drivetrain option to its C5 Aircross SUV range. The French brand has combined the PureTech 130 S&S 3-cylinder petrol engine with its eight-speed EAT8 automatic gearbox. In addition, following re-homologation, selected BlueHDi diesel engines have seen their CO2 levels reduced.
Citroën UK has extended its new Swappage Scheme across the entire range of models for the remainder of 2019. Customers can trade in their old vehicles and receive a discount of up to £5,000 on all Citroën passenger models.