For the money the Citroën Berlingo offers unrivalled interior space, and a relaxing ride. It's also better-trimmed inside then the Vauxhall Combo Life and slightly nicer to drive than a Peugeot Rifter — cars that are otherwise identical. If you're after something more car-like to drive or plusher, then it's worth looking at the pricier Volkswagen Touran, though.get the best price
Flair adds 16in alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, electric rear windows, driver's adjustable lumbar support, rear picnic tables, voice recognition, eCall, sat-nav and an electronic parking brake – worth considering but we'd stick with the cheaper Feel model for the best value.
Engine: 1.5 BlueHDi 100
99bhp and low-end poke mean it's flexible enough, but we'd still go for the more powerful petrol or diesel instead.
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