Citroën introduced a number of new trim levels to its light commercial vehicle range.
The Berlingo Van and e-Berlingo Van are now available in “Enterprise Edition” and “Driver Edition”, replacing the former “Enterprise Pro” and “Driver Pro” specifications.
Enterprise Edition models are equipped with “technology companies and fleet operators most often look for in their vans,” according to Citroën. That means they have air conditioning as standard, along with cruise control, power windows and power-adjustable exterior mirrors. Plus, there’s an eight-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto included as standard alongside Bluetooth connectivity, digital radio and a USB charger.
The driver’s addition builds on that with automatic wipers with washer jets built into the blades, as well as rear parking sensors, a rear-view camera and power-folding heated exterior mirrors. Inside, Driver Edition models feature a six-way adjustable driver’s seat with lumbar support and underseat storage. These versions also receive Citroën’s Extenso folding passenger bench seat, which can be converted into a writing table and has additional storage.
Dispatch and e-Dispatch versions are also updated with Enterprise Edition and Driver Edition trim levels. The Enterprise Editions versions of these vans have roughly the same level of technology as the Berlingo, with notable differences being the 16-inch steel wheels with black center caps and rear parking sensors.
The Enterprise edition, meanwhile, gains automatic running lights with integrated LED daytime running lights and automatic wipers. The main addition to this rating, however, is Citroën’s Connect Nav system with a three-year subscription to real-time traffic updates. A 180 degree parking camera is also included.
Finally, the Relay and e-Relay models now get a “simplified” Enterprise Edition which includes air conditioning, cruise control and a variable speed limiter, as well as electric front windows and heated adjustable mirrors. A seven-inch color touchscreen with digital radio, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is also standard.
Citroën has also just launched a new online booking platform, which can be used to order Berlingo variants before it rolls out to the rest of the range.