New tech for new Citroen Berlingo Multispace
Revised Citroen Berlingo Multispace range features new tech and engines said to be cheaper to run
The 2015 Citroen Berlingo Multispace promises to be easier to live with and safer thanks to a package of subtle revisions.
The facelifted Berlingo Multispace features a new front bumper, grille and LED lighting strips, as well as the choice of two new body colours – Cumulus Grey and Moka Grey – plus two new upholstery options.
It retains its sliding doors, three rear seats that can fold independently of each other and the Modutop roof (which provides a number of storage spaces above passengers' heads).
New for 2015, the Berlingo Multispace features a seven-inch touchscreen display that will (from November) allow you to duplicate your smartphone's screen on the car's display. Bluetooth phone connectivity will enable the car to read your text messages to you.
Models in the Berlingo Multispace range will include a reversing camera and front parking sensors when it goes on sale in June. By November, you'll also be able to choose an automatic emergency braking system that scans the road ahead, helping to avoid low-speed crashes.
The new Berlingo Multispace will be powered by a range of efficient BlueHDI diesel engines, promising improved running costs and reduced noise. These engines are offered with power outputs of 75, 100 and 120bhp and will be capable of up to 68mpg fuel economy.
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