Used Citroen Berlingo Vans in Scotland

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Citroen Berlingo  2020, 5355 miles, £17495 +24
Citroen Berlingo £17,495

2020

Manual

Mileage: 5,355

Diesel

Citroen Berlingo  2020, 28051 miles, £13995 +23
Citroen Berlingo £13,995

2020

Manual

Mileage: 28,051

Diesel

Citroen Berlingo Enterprise, 21820 miles, £15290 +19
Citroen Berlingo £15,290

Manual

Mileage: 21,820

Diesel

Citroen Berlingo  2022, 679 miles, £18490 +24
Citroen Berlingo £18,490

2022

Manual

Mileage: 679

Petrol

Citroen Berlingo  1.5 BlueHDi 1000Kg Driver 100ps
Citroen Berlingo £16,995

2021

Manual

Mileage: 9,228

Diesel

Citroen Berlingo  2019, 10796 miles, £16321 +24
Citroen Berlingo £16,321

2019

Other

Mileage: 10,796

Electric

Citroen Berlingo  2019, 11986 miles, £18990 +24
Citroen Berlingo £18,990

2019

Manual

Mileage: 11,986

Diesel

Citroen Berlingo  2020, 12177 miles, £16495 +24
Citroen Berlingo £16,495

2020

Manual

Mileage: 12,177

Diesel

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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's the kind of van you buy if your business needs a compact LCV that isn't quite as small as a modern cityvan-sector model would be - something like Citroen's own Nemo. Vehicles like that are based on superminis: Berlingo-type models, in contrast, sit upon the more spacious platforms originally developed for family hatchbacks or small MPVs. The platform in question in this MK3 Berlingo is the PSA Group's modern 'EMP2' chassis, which also now underpins two of this model's closest segment competitors, Peugeot's Partner and Vauxhall's Combo, both rivals that also share this Berlingo's engine range and much of its design technology. 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. Building on this strong heritage, this MK3 Berlingo Van marks the renewal of a best-seller.

About the Citroen Berlingo Van

Van designs have long shelf lives but are intensively developed prior to their original launch, a process perfectly showcased by this much improved third generation Berlingo. It's a product usefully refreshed. The looks and the cabin are modern, as is the infotainment and safety provision. Plus, as before, you get very class-competitive payload and carriage capacity figures, plus there's the flexibility of the Extenso modular seating system and an unbeaten set of running costs if you opt for a BlueHDi engine. 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. Strong enough to rejuvenate this Berlingo's buying proposition in this closely-fought market segment? Very possibly, providing Citroen can properly communicate everything this van has to offer to business buyers. Quite simply, it delivers more of what really matters.