The Berlingo and Jumpy models have just received a facelift which will bring them closer to the rest of the Citroen lineup.
According to the French based automaker, the passenger versions of the Berlingo and Jumpy are now called Multispace and are more practical while emitting less CO2 into the atmosphere. The Berlingo Multispace is now coming with a larger front grille, which is incorporating the Citroen logo, going all the way to the headlamps. The inferior part of the grille can be equipped with extra lights, helping the driver get a better visibility in corners. The model is offered in three trim levels and it’s available with a choice of nine exterior colors, including the new Nocciola brown and Belle-ile blue.
The Citroen Berlingo Multispace is now coming with five engines, three diesels and two gasolines, but a micro-hybrid version is also available, which is coming with a new transmission, helping the model achieve just 125 g/km of CO2 emissions.
The Citroen Jumpy Multispace has more space in the cabin and it can carry up to nine people, while still offering a 553-liter capacity in the trunk. All versions of the Jumpy Multispce have some modifications in order to cut the CO2 emissions. The model is only coming with diesel engines, which are offering three output levels, 95, 125 and 160 horsepower, and the top of the line version can be equipped with a six-speed automatic transmission.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Friday, February 3rd, 2012 - filed under Citroen
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