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Citroen launches dual-fuel Berlingo

Citroën is adding to its LCV range with the launch of a dual-fuel version of the new Berlingo.

The petrol/LPG model is part of the firm’s Ready To Run range and joins existing dual-fuel conversions of the Nemo and Berlingo First.

Priced from £9,845 (ex-VAT), the new Berlingo Dual Fuel is fitted with a Nicholson McLaren Engine conversion and includes a 59-litre LPG tank mounted in place of the spare wheel. The LPG filler is mounted alongside the petrol cap.

It is also fitted with Trafficmaster Smartnav with active traffic management as standard.

Elsewhere in the range, Citroën has introduced a Nemo van fitted with the SensoDrive clutchless manual transmission, which drops CO2 levels to 116g/km. Prices start at £10,195 (ex-VAT).

Robert Handyside, Citroën’s commercial vehicle operations manager, said: “The launch of the Berlingo Dual Fuel and Nemo SensoDrive further strengthen our position as offering the most comprehensive, technically advanced and economical range of LCVs in the UK.”

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