Used Citroen Berlingo Vans in Scotland

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Citroen Berlingo  2023, 1 miles, £19794 +24
Citroen Berlingo £19,794

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Citroen Berlingo  2023, 1 miles, £20394 +7
Citroen Berlingo £20,394

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Citroen Berlingo  2023, 1 miles, £20394 +7
Citroen Berlingo £20,394

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Citroen Berlingo  2023, 1 miles, £20754 +24
Citroen Berlingo £20,754

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Citroen Berlingo  2023, 1 miles, £20994 +24
Citroen Berlingo £20,994

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Citroen Berlingo  2023, 1 miles, £20994 +24
Citroen Berlingo £20,994

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Citroen Berlingo  2023, 1 miles, £20994 +24
Citroen Berlingo £20,994

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Citroen Berlingo  2023, 1 miles, £21234 +24
Citroen Berlingo £21,234

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Citroen Berlingo  2023, 1 miles, £21234 +24
Citroen Berlingo £21,234

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Mileage: 1

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Citroen Berlingo  2023, 1 miles, £21234 +7
Citroen Berlingo £21,234

2023

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Mileage: 1

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Why buy a used Citroen Berlingo Van with Exchange and Mart?

Think of a compact but spacious van and it's really quite likely that you'll find yourself considering this one, Citroen's Berlingo. It is, after all, the model most people think of when considering this category. Here's an improved and more sophisticated version of the third generation model. It shares its engineering and EMP2 chassis with three other Stellantis Group models (the Peugeot Partner, the Vauxhall Combo and the Fiat Doblo), as well as one Toyota (the Proace City). It's Citroen though, that has the most heritage in this sector. This was the first brand to introduce a diesel powered LCV, the first to launch a van with an integrated load area and the first to launch an LCV model with three seats in the cabin. Compact vans of this kind from this French brand go all the way back to the C4 Fourgon model of 1928, which was succeeded in 1951 by arguably the most iconic small LCV of all time, the 2CV van, the world's first mass produced front wheel drive commercial vehicle. Nearly one and a quarter million examples of it were sold over 27 years of production and though successive models, the Arcadiane of 1978 and the C15 of 1984, sold quite well, they never attracted quite the same kind of following. The Berlingo model line though has, with well over 1.5 million sales to date, though it's hard to imagine examples of it ever becoming collector's items in the way the 2CV van now is. The Berlingo nameplate first arrived in the LCV segment in 1996, with a second generation version launched in 2008, then updated in 2015. Building on this strong heritage, this MK3 Berlingo Van - launched in late 2018 - marked a thorough renewal of this best-seller, built upon with this update in early 2024.

About the Citroen Berlingo Van

Citroen's extensive heritage in the compact van segment is in good hands with the latest version of this third generation Berlingo, a product usefully refreshed in several major areas. The looks and the cabin are much more modern, as is the infotainment provision. As ever with a Berlingo, you get very class-competitive payload and carriage capacity figures, which are further aided by the extended length of the longer 'XL' version. Plus as before, there's the flexibility of the Extenso modular seating system and a frugal of running costs with either powertrain. Add in a very comfortable ride and one of the widest choices of factory-built models in the class and you've a strong business proposition. Issues are few. Pricing is a bit higher than we'd ideally like to have seen. We wish there was the option of a high-roof body style. And the manual gear shift can be a bit notchy. That's about it. Of course, you could argue that pretty much everything that's on offer here is also available from this model's Peugeot, Vauxhall, Fiat and Toyota design stablemates - and you'd be right. But loyal Berlingo buyers reckon that this Citroen provides it all with just a bit more Gallic flair - and we can understand their perspective. In summary, providing that this French maker can thoroughly communicate everything this van has to offer to business buyers, those customers should agree with us that this LCV's offering in this closely-fought market segment has been rejuvenated. Quite simply, it delivers more of what really matters.