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Citroen adds seven-seat XTR Flair model to e-Berlingo Electric line-up

Citroen e-Berlingo XTR Flair

Citroen has expanded its e-Berlingo Electric range with the addition of a range-topping Flair XTR trim level to the seven-seat XL line-up.

Previously, Flair XTR was only available on the five-seat model, and standard equipment includes Citroen Connect Nav, reversing camera, active safety brake, intelligent beam headlights, and dual zone climate control.

XL offers customers an extra 35cm of body length over the more compact medium version, allowing for a maximum load length of more than 3m and 500 litres more load capacity with the rear seats folded.

The Berlingo MPV is now exclusively available with a fully-electric powertrain and has a WLTP range of up to 174 miles from a 50kWh battery.

All e-Berlingo Electric models can be recharged up to 80% in 30 minutes at a public charging station (up to 100kw) and in seven-and-a-half hours at a 7kW wallbox.

As standard, Flair XTR trim has signature Airbump exterior styling, an eight-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth, DAB radio, plus Android Auto and Apple CarPlay™.

All versions also come with a range of safety and driver assistance systems including active lane keeping assist, active safety brake, cruise control and speed limiter, speed limit recognition and recommendation, and driver attention alert.

Flair XTR models also feature a 10-inch fully digital driver's instrument display, remote temperature pre-conditioning, an Electrochrome rear view mirror, Citroën Connect Nav, reversing camera, intelligent beam headlights, opening tailgate window and dual zone climate control.

 

MODEL

TRIM LEVEL

VERSION

‘ON THE ROAD’ MRRP

OTR MRRP

incl. PiCG

ë-Berlingo Electric

Feel

M 100kW

£30,995

£29,495

XL 100kW

£31,995

£30,495

Flair XTR

M 100kW

£31,995

£30,495

XL 100kW

£32,995

£32,995

 

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