The German based automaker Mercedes-Benz has recently updated the Citan range on the Old Continent as the model in question is bringing some fresh tweaks.
The utility vehicle currently made by Mercedes-Benz, the Citan, which is using the platform borrowed from the Renault-Nissan alliance, is getting ready to receive a few tweaks. According to the car manufacturer, all engines will be now meeting the Euro 6 emission standards and this will also include the 1.5 dCi diesel burner. Mercedes-Benz says that all engines of the Citan get the BlueEfficiency package in standard which is bringing the start / stop feature, it is reducing the fuel consumption and increasing the torque by 20 Nm.
The carmaker is also offering the updated version of the Citan with the possibility of adding new equipment which includes the double front passenger seat, the satellite navigation system, the rearview camera, the panoramic sunroof and much more. The Tourer variant of the Citan, which is the model with increased wheelbase, can also be ordered with a glass roof, as the carmaker is stating, which is expanded to the rear-seat passengers too. The navigation system isn’t signed by Renault-Nissan and it is bringing the 3.5-inch display system, which is basically half the size of the MediaNav offered on Dacia vehicles. If you were hoping for more technical details on the car or on some official pricing you will be disappointed because the car manufacturer hasn’t released them at this time.