• Refreshed Berlingo brings locally developed touch-screen solution with Apple Carplay and Mirror link, and segment-first standard reverse camera
  • Safety quotient boosted with Electronic Stability Control, Hill Start Assist and traction control now standard
  • Dual-side sliding doors now standard
  • Drive-away pricing offer adds to appeal

Citroen Australia will launch its updated Citroen Berlingo light commercial van with a segment-first standard reverse camera and 7-inch touch-screen, loaded with Apple Carplay, MirrorLink (Android), Siri Eyes Free and Bluetooth functionality.

The updates also extend to the standardisation of Electronic Stability Control (ESP), Hill Start Assist, traction control, dual sliding side doors (both left and right) along with AUX and USB inputs across both long and short body variants.

Styling has also been subtly reworked, with Citroen also introducing a new, optional look-pack for long-wheelbase Berlingo variants and a new colour across the range; Gris Shark (metallic grey).

Standard Berlingo models gain a revised bumper while cargo areas benefit from a standard moulded floor protector.

Long-body vehicles specified with the optional look pack gain; LED daytime-running lamps, fog lamps with cornering function, colour coded bumper bars, colour coded wing mirrors, colour coded door handles and side strips and new 15" Airflow wheel covers.

The locally developed touch-screen and reverse camera pack will add an additional layer of safety and convenience for professional drivers with reverse cameras adding to the rearward vision, while smart phone connectivity allows users to link to navigation, phone book and text-to-voice capabilities for their mobile office.

National Sales Manager for Citroen Australia, Shaun Mackle, said that the additions to the Berlingo range enhance an already well credentialed workhorse.

"We were the first to offer a car-based van 20 years ago and now we will be the first to offer significant standard safety specification for professional drivers.

"We believe the addition of touch-screen, reverse camera, stability control and other safety equipment will appeal to sole traders and fleet managers alike – particularly those that value safety and running costs," said Mackle.

Drivetrains remain unchanged with a 1.6-litre petrol motor powering the short body variants, while long body variants gain a turbo-diesel manual or semi-automatic, with the later adding stop-start functionality.  

Available from $21,990 (no change over previous model) for the short body petrol manual, the Citroen Berlingo represents outstanding value when compared to its category rivals.

This value equation is further enhanced with the offer of range-wide driveaway pricing till December 31.


  • 7″ touch screen
  • Reverse camera
  • Apple CarPlay / Android Auto
  • Voice recognition
  • Holds full size Australian pallet
  • Barn doors with 180 degree opening
  • Twin sliding side doors

  • Electronic Stability Program (ESP)
  • Cruise Control with Speed Limiter
  • Bluetooth + USB
  • ABS
  • Driver airbag
  • Electric windows
  • 850kg (L1) / 750kg (L2) payload

The Citroen Berlingo is also one of few light vans to accept a full, Australian sized palette in the rear.







Short body

Turbo-petrol, manual



Long body

Turbo-diesel, manual



Long body

Turbo-diesel, semi-automatic (with stop/start)





Premium Paint



Extension 3rd seat/passenger airbag



Multiflex 3rd seat



Park Assist



Look Pack




* The drive away price shown comprises vehicle price, registration, CTP, stamp duty and dealer delivery charges. Prices may vary between dealers. Price does not include metallic and pearl paint. Only at participating dealers. Recommended drive away price for the CITROËN Berlingo Short body 80Kw Petrol Manual. Offer ends December 31, 2015 or until stocks last. At participating dealers only.