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Citreon Opens Orderbooks for New LCV Range

Citreon’s new van range is officially open for business, with the announcement that they are now taking orders for the Berlingo, Dispatch, and Relay vehicles.

These updated models are the first Citroen vans to feature the brand’s new logo, and with a new grille and dashboard, the latest versions of Citroen’s LCVs look capable and professional.

Made in the UK

Citroen have taken advantage of being under the Stellantis umbrella to leverage their UK manufacturing capability.

The electric version of the Berlingo will be built at Ellesmere Port, which is the UK’s first EV-only volume manufacturing plant. Additionally, from 2025, limited units of the e-Dispatch will be built at the Stellantis plant in Luton. This gives the brand a solid “made in the UK” pedigree, which many customers find attractive.

Berlingo and e-Berlingo

The new Berlingo comes in two sizes, medium and long, with a payload of up to 1 tonne. The two trim specifications available are the capable Enterprise and the deluxe Driver trim.

Both Berlingo trim options come with a range of safety and driver assistance options, such as lane assist, tiredness warning, road sign reading, emergency braking, and much more.

Cruise control and parking sensors come as standard on the Enterprise version, while the Driver spec also includes a 10” HD central screen, a mirror screen, and Dynamic Surround View to give full vision of the driver’s blind spots.

The e-Berlingo is fitted with a new 52kWh battery that provides 136ps and a WLTP range of up to 205 miles. A new regenerative braking system with three regeneration levels can be used to maximise this range.

Dispatch and e-Dispatch

This latest version of the Citroen Dispatch features a new front-end design for improved aerodynamics and LED headlamps.

With a payload capacity of up to 1,446kg, both the medium or long versions of the Dispatch are suitable for some heavy lifting.

As with the Berlingo, the Dispatch has two trim levels, Enterprise and Driver, and even the standard Enterprise variant is packed with features. These include a 10-inch HD central touchscreen, Mirror Screen technology, steering wheel controls, and a range of new safety and driver assistance features including Intelligent Speed Assist, Lane Keeping Assist, and Driver Attention Alert.

The Driver spec builds on this and includes Dynamic Surround View, Reversing Camera, and Front Park Assist to give an impressively complete view of the van’s surroundings. Visual upgrades include body colour exterior and 17” wheel trims.

The e-Despatch has a payload of 1000kg, and it’s 75kWh battery can provide a WLTP max range of 217 miles. With a 100kW DC rapid charger, the battery can be charged from 0 to 80% in 45 minutes. The electric powertrain provides 136ps.

Relay and e-Relay

The Relay has always been designed around cargo volume and weight, and this new version does not disappoint on those fronts.

With a payload of up to 2 tonnes, the Relay comes in three lengths, with the largest providing a load volume of 17m3. Single and double chassis cab variants are also available for custom body builds.

The dashboard and instrument cluster has been redesigned to provide improved ergonomics, including a new digital instrument cluster, automatic climate control, and a large 10” central screen.

The e-Relay has an upgraded battery rated at 110kWh, which provides a WLTP range of up to 261 miles, and the new powertrain outputs an impressive 270ps. When using a rapid charger, the battery can be charged from 0 to 80% in 55 minutes.