Citroen Dispatch Review
Citroen’s third generation Dispatch is an important vehicle for the Citroen brand and one not to miss if you are looking for a medium sized van.
How does it drive
The latest generation of the Citroen Dispatch is vastly improved, narrowing the gap to the Transit Custom and the VW Transporter. The engine in the Dispatch is straightforward and great for all types of workloads - the entry level 95 BHP 1.6 litre BlueHDi unit is perfect for light loads and local driving. The 1.6 is also available in the more robust 115 BHP. For heavier loads and longer journeys, the 2.0 litre model gives you more pulling power and is available in 120,150 and 180 BHP. For multi-drop or the slightly lazier driver, the 180 unit comes in the latest and efficient EAT6 Auto box.
This latest reincarnation of the Citroen Dispatch is far more comfortable and quieter to drive than the previous model. PSA’s EMP2 platform and stiffer suspension offers a car-like feel. Overall, the Dispatch is great around corners and soaks up all the typical UK road imperfections. For more traction and better driving in extreme conditions, Citroen offer the option of Grip Control Traction System which will assist in slippery off highway and wintery conditions.
Model Range and Sizes
The New Dispatch has 3 spec levels, entry level X, midrange Enterprise and the High end Enterprise Plus. Alongside the 3 Spec levels, the Dispatch also comes in 3 sizes in the XS, M and XL
The Dispatch ENTERPRISE Plus Features:
The Dispatch ENTERPRISE Includes:
The DISPATCH X Comes Equipped With:
Load weights are from 1000kg to 1400kg and towing capacities are up to 2.5 tonnes. MPG offers between 45 - 55 depending on load and driving style.
Citroen Dispatch Summary:
If you are looking for a mid-sized van then you must look at the Citroen Dispatch, it offers great spec and size levels that I'm sure it will suit most needs.To book a test drive please call Mark Lilley on 01420 550825,or email him at email@example.com. You can find us on Farnham Road in Bordon, Hampshire.
Mark Lilley Business Centre Manager