With innovative features such as an all-steel bodywork, a 9 litre radiator and suspension with 4 semi-elliptical leaf springs, C4 Van was a utility vehicle ahead of its time. Extremely versatile with no less than 17 versions available, ranging from a dropside to a panel van and having a payload of up to 1200kg, there was a C4 Van perfect for any owner.
The years 1921-1931 were renowned for a taste of the exotic, scientific discovery and mechanisation across many fields. The different models of autochenille meant it could face the challenges met at the start of the 20th century.
An inspiration for the legendary H-Van, the Citroën Tub was the pioneer of the front-wheel drive van. The Tub's career was cut short due to the Second World War but brought new innovations to the van market including a sliding side door, standing room in the loading area and an advanced cabin.
The first generation Berlingo Van defined the light-van segment by focusing on design and comfort. Offering an integrated load volume, a first for delivery vans, and creating a new sector in the car market with the Berlingo Multispace, the first vehicle in the Leisure Activity Segment.
The second generation of Berlingo followed in the footsteps of the first, bringing new ideas and innovations to the market. The second generation Berlingo could hold 2 Euro pallets in the back and was the first small van to offer 3 adjustable front seats, proving its versatility and adaptability to meet professionals' needs.
Citroën Berlingo Van has continued into its 3rd generation, introducing many new features and setting a new standard in terms of style, equipment and modular practicality. Available with 19 driver assistance systems and 4 connected technologies, Berlingo Van offers a safe and calm drive.