Used Mercedes-Benz Citan Vans in Scotland

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We have 51 used Mercedes-Benz Citan vans for sale online, so check out the listings. View stock from 24 dealers. Find a second hand Mercedes-Benz Citan by searching today.
Mercedes-Benz Citan  2023, 2500 miles, £18990 +13
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2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 2,500

Diesel

Mercedes-Benz Citan  2023, 5000 miles, £19490 +13
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2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 5,000

Diesel

Mercedes-Benz Citan  2023, 5000 miles, £20490 +13
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2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 5,000

Diesel

Mercedes-Benz Citan  2023, 5500 miles, £20990 +29
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2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 5,500

Diesel

Mercedes-Benz Citan  2023, 6500 miles, £21990 +13
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2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 6,500

Diesel

Mercedes-Benz Citan 110 PREMIUM L1 Panel Van EU6 9 +24
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2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 6,944

Diesel

Mercedes-Benz Citan 110 PREMIUM L1 Panel Van EU6 9 +24
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2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 7,900

Diesel

Mercedes-Benz Citan 110 PROGRESSIVE L1 Panel Van E +19

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 8,148

Diesel

Mercedes-Benz Citan 110 PROGRESSIVE L1 Panel Van E +19
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2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 8,148

Diesel

Mercedes-Benz Citan 110CDI Premium L1 Panel Van EU +25
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2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 10,104

Diesel

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Why buy a used Mercedes-Benz Citan with Exchange and Mart?

What might the Mercedes of small vans be like? Well, back in 2012, with the little Citan LCV, we had our answer. Except that it wasn't really a Mercedes but a Renault Kangoo with a fairly extreme makeover. As is this second generation model. Unlike its rivals though, when Mercedes does badge engineering, the end result is more than just badge-changed. Like its predecessor, this MK2 Citan looks different from its Renault cousin outside, feels different inside and drives differently too, even though all the engines are the same. As before, there's a choice of short or long wheelbase models and a people carrying Tourer variant cells alongside the panel van that's our focus here.

About the Mercedes-Benz Citan

This second generation Citan borrows from what is in our view the most improved compact van on the market - the MK3 Renault Kangoo - and adds a Mercedes sheen to the whole package that will particularly appeal to owner drivers. To create a proposition that will obviously make even more sense if your company fleet already includes larger Mercedes Vito and Sprinter vans and you need some smaller ones for urban deliveries. Overall, this Citan is good enough - and distinct enough - to credibly wear the Three-Pointed Star and justify its premium as a quality choice in the compact van segment. The way it looks, the way it drives and the way it'll feel to own and use this van are all unique. As will be the impression your business will make in running one. Imagine, say, you're running a gourmet food business or delivering fresh flowers. Like it or not, you're going to create more of an impression of quality arriving in a Mercedes-Benz. Of course, all that would be an irrelevance if the practicalities and economics of this vehicle didn't stack up. Fortunately for the German brand, proven Renault underpinnings and engineware ensure that they do.