Which used Citroën Berlingo estate should I buy?
If you are just interested in an urban school run vehicle, then the 109bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine will suit you best. However, if you regularly take longer trips with family, then you’ll need the 128bhp 1.5-litre diesel for its extra power and torque.
Same story goes for either the five-seat standard Berlingo or the seven-seater XL model. The regular car is far easier to park and you can find them with the excellent glass roof that makes the interior nice and light, but the XL has those handy extra seats and a colossal boot, so it depends upon what your needs are.
Feel is perhaps the best value of the entire Berlingo range because it comes with plenty of standard safety kit and equipment. Top-of-the-range Flair doesn’t add any more safety tech, so isn’t really worth the extra unless you can find one for similar money to a Feel version.
Our favourite Citroën Berlingo: 1.2 110 Feel manual
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