Citroen happens to be a well-known French automobile company. It was founded in the
year 1919 by Andre-Gustave Citroen, a French industrialist. The company is a part of
Group PSA since 1976.
For more than a decade, the company has been providing high-quality vehicles to users.
One of their popular range of cars is Berlingo. It is a range of compact mini-vans and
leisure activity vehicles. This range was first introduced in 1996. The company ended
the production in the third-generation in 2018.
Citroën Berlingo II: 2008 to 2018
Citroën Berlingo II is a second-generation vehicle that was first introduced in 2008 as a
replacement for the first-generation models. The production ended in 2018.
With Citroën Berlingo II, the company introduced two new models. The smaller version
is known as Citroen Nemo which is developed in cooperation with Tofas and Fiat. The
Nemo is an affordable vehicle that is smaller than the original Berlingo.
The Berlingo II was styled and designed by Gilles Vidal. It is based on PSA’s platform 2
and is larger. Also, it comes with a higher price tag. However, the engine range is similar
to the other models of the PSA Group.
The Berlingo was first introduced in January 2008 in the European market, whereas the
Partner was launched in May 2008.
An electric version was introduced by the company in 2013. Later in 2015, they also
added a five-seater Citroen E-Berlingo Multi-space in the collection.
Citroën Berlingo range of utility vehicles is meant for medium-duty use. The vehicles
received a facelift in 2015. With each passing year, something new was introduced by
the company to make the vehicles more useful.
Citroën Berlingo II is one of the best-selling ranges of vehicles from the company.
Although the production has stopped, the vehicles are still sold by some markets.