Funky new Citroen Berlingo spied testing

Funky new Citroen Berlingo spied testing

0 comments 📅22 June 2017, 01:00

Citroen's van & people Immunology vector Berlingo models are getting an overhaul, and we've seen one on the road

Citroen is planning an renovat of its Berlingo van and MPV range, and our spy photographers have caught one testing out on the road.

The traditional look of the old Berlingo looks set to be replaced with a more idiosyncratic front end in line with the rest of the current Citroen range. Split headlights and a rounded-off latest thing are clear even on this heavily-camouflaged prototype.

Plus at the back we can press out a square back window and new taillights. The windows on the side of this suggest that it’s the rider car Multispace version – but the commercial van will share a very similar exterior look.

A Peugeot Partner will also arrive around the same age as the Citroen, likely in 2018, based on the same platform. Power for both models last will and testament come from a range of four-cylinder diesel engines, possibly with petrol joining the mix, and we want the interior and exterior dimensions to increase for this next-gen version. 

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The current Berlingo Multispace serves as a budget MPV in the range and starts at £16,245 – we guess this new model to fill in a similar role in the range when it launches. The van variety currently starts at £17,170.

Do you like the new look of the Citroen Berlingo? Let us know in the comments department below…


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