Mercedes Citan review

Interior

Mercedes Citan dashboard
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Interior

The interior layout, fit and finish

Due to the ageing nature of its underpinnings, the Citan does without some of the latest safety and driver assistance features, but on a purely cosmetic and functional basis it still feels relatively up to date.

Its interior is smart, with a decent amount of room for a small van. Plus, there’s a useful storage area between the driver and passenger seats and enough space for A4 document stowage in the centre of the dash.

Standard equipment includes cruise control, a speed limiter and a Bluetooth-enabled radio. But we’d consider adding the Comfort Pack, which includes simple things like an armrest, as well as air conditioning, rear parking sensors and electrically adjustable door mirrors.

Other options include a navigation system with DAB radio and a reversing camera.

Mercedes Citan dashboard