How to spec a Citroën Berlingo

Our guide to Citroën's spacious MPV covers which options to pick, which to avoid and how much to pay for it all...

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Buyers may be gravitating towards SUVs in their droves these days, but for larger families, the humble MPV can still make a lot of sense. And the Citroën Berlingo is the best of the bunch, having been named as our MPV of the Year at the most recent What Car? Awards.

Underneath, it shares its mechanical parts with the Vauxhall Combo Life and Peugeot Rifter, but we prefer the Berlingo because it's better to drive and has a nicer interior. Add it's also extremely practical and represents great value for money, making the Berlingo a very tempting proposition indeed.

Our full 16-point review tells you what the Berlingo is like to drive and to live with, but here we're going to focus on which options you should choose when you're in the showroom. If you go for our recommended Feel specification, you'll already have most bases covered, with air conditioning, automatic lights and wipers and cruise control, but there's still room to add more luxury without blowing your budget.