What's the used Citroën Berlingo Multispace estate like?
If you want maximum practicality and versatility for your money, the Berlingo takes some beating.
The Berlingo might be based on a van, but it makes a great people carrier as a result. It's surprisingly good to drive, though, and it rides bumps fairly well, too. The Citroen's height does mean that it leans round bends a little, but it still has an enjoyable ride. The steering is light and there's good all-round visibility. It's also reasonably refined, although the diesels start to clatter and wind noise becomes noticeable as speed increases.
However, you don't buy this kind of car because of the way it drives. The Berlingo seats five adults with ease, along with a large boot. Headroom is good, and there are plenty of cubbyholes and pockets to stash bits and bobs. Options include overhead storage compartments, or a full-length electric sunroof.