In fact, Citroen is looking to improve its offering and has updated the small-van to further increase its eco-performance.
The LCV now has better fuel economy, achieving 56.5mpg, while only producing 132g/km of CO2 emissions at its lowest range. This is compared to the 138g/km emissions it produced in the previous model.
Consumers are able to purchase the versatile model in the L1 and L2 versions, but each comes with equal load capacities of 4.1m cubed and payloads of up to 896kg.
Scott Michael, Citroen's head of Commercial Vehicles & Business Centre Programme, said: "The latest changes to the Berlingo will enable this popular model to maintain its position at the top of the sales charts. In the first three quarters of this year the Berlingo outsold all of its competitors in the up to 2.5tonne gvw small van category, proof of its continuing popularity and versatility."
He went on to say that both small and large fleet operators understand the value of the Berlingo, not only for its excellent ability as a carrying vehicle, but also for the low running costs it takes to use on a regular basis.
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