The 2019 Citroen Berlingo MPV comes with a beautiful interior, lots of kit and the latest Citroen safety features. The Citroen Berlingo 2019 started the concept of delivering a small MPV based in 1996 and became a phenomenon, reaching up to 3.3 million sales. Berlingo found favor with customers seeking simple, affordable, and fearless motoring for families and all their budget kits. Go ahead in the third-generation Berlingo and the concept has not changed, but now you get a much smarter product in terms of design and technology. Now he shares most of its hidden parts with Peugeot Rifter and Vauxhall Combo Life, but Citroen probably gets the most stylish nose.
A narrow gravel upper grille is surrounded by LEDs, while its headlights are immersed in the front bumper. On both sides, there are two “Airbump” tapes, while the black roof rails mean that you will be able to carry bikes or more luggage. The latter is unlikely to be needed in five-seat terms, although it has a large 775-liter booth in boots. Upgrade from the Berlingo M standard to XL (35 cm longer) and increase to 1,050 liters. Both can be equipped with seven seats and access is easy thanks to large sliding doors.
2019 Citroen Berlingo Interior
Interior is a much better place to be than before, with almost no sense that you’re driving a model closely related to a van. The materials look and feel dust and have a wonderful infotainment system. It is also good to know that Citroen has not kept the safety features behind, despite Berling’s affordable nature. No less than 19 assistance features are available to make the movement safer and less stressful.
Although based on a van, the third-generation Berlingo is a major step forward in terms of design and technology. The panel plate has been given a much higher feeling than before, with better materials and some odd touches from the Citroen C4 Cactus and C3 Aircross models. It is also easier to use, with direct controls for heating and ventilation, so it should not be triggered with menus.
Citroen has also created internal ambans to make the best of space. The standard version is mostly gray with a green ram, while ‘Metropolitan Gray’ adds a green panel strip and a China Gray tile. The ‘Green Wild’ environment adds a green upholstery with an orange stripe. Citroen is focused on making Berlingos trouble-free, and for the most part, is very good, but sharp bumps can feel in the interior. There is even a bit of wind noise, especially from large rear-view mirrors at higher speeds.
2019 Citroen Berlingo Engine
The cars include 1.2 liters of petrol and 1.5 liters of oil in a variety of power outputs, capable of over 50 and 60mpg respectively. Gasoline works well and will be our choice most of the time, but if you are looking to fully charge Burlington often, pull it with it or cover many kilometers, extra grits and the fuel economy of oil makes more sense. The full details of trim levels have not yet been confirmed, but we expect the Feel and Flair to appear with the latter to have extra features such as a back rear window to load smaller items quick and lighter.
2019 Citroen Berlingo Safety
2019 Berlingo has been a very successful model for Citroen – it was its best-selling car in 17 countries in 2017 and more than 3.3 million have been made since 1996. Because it is based on commercial hardware, you will also expect that it would be nice tough, but we will have to see if there is any excitement with the third generation model. The fact that Citroen is currently a top spot in our driver’s satisfaction survey is a concern, where 15.6% of owners report an error within the first 12 months of ownership.
Security has taken a real step in the latest Berlingo, with no less than 19 management assistance systems offered. These range from a lane departure warning and autonomous emergency braking to a color screen and convenient navigational control. In Euro NCAP crash tests, four out of five stars, with a 91% score for adult protection. He crushed the items in the category of salient road users because of his long cover and rough pillars of the glass, 2019 Citroen Berlingo autonomous braking system was not able to detect cyclists.