Citroen Berlingo (incl. Multispace) Oil Type

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Citroen Berlingo (incl. Multispace)

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You can find 54 different trims for the Citroen Berlingo (incl. Multispace) and their corresponding recommended oil type.

The years available stretch from 1996 through to 2024 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.

The Berlingo is a car created by the French car manufacturer Citroen. Due to Citroens participation in the PSA group, essentially the same car was released by Peugeot, but renamed the Partner.

Sold as either a panel van or boxy passenger vehicle, the Berlingo sold from 1996 up until 2021.

First showcased at the Paris Motor Show, there were originally three concept variants, called the Coupe de Plage, Berline Bulle and the Grande. Pitched as a roomy small car, the height created a sense of extra space as does an elevated ceiling.

2003 saw a facelift with changes made to the front end and interior features, and by 2010, the first electric version went on sale, named the ‘Berlingo First Electrique.’ Different versions were created for different global markets and their subsequent requirements, for example, in Argentine, Citroen built an off-road version that sold quite well until its discontinuation in 2013.

Second generations sold form 2008, when Citroen replaced the previous Berlingo with the now smaller Citroen Nemo and the Berlingo II, both of which were constructed from the PSA Platform 2 (like the Citroen C4).

The Berlingo II was now a larger vehicle and noticeably more expensive as it was made with more expensive quality materials. From 2022, electric battery engines were offered, including the panel van variant, the e-Berlingo van (sold form 2021).

Other van-based MPVs that proved competition to the Berlingo II were the Ford Tourneo Connect, Peugeot Partner Tepee and the Fiat Doblo.

In the FN50 reliability survey, the Berlingo was actually named the fifth most reliable van available, beating its sister vehicle the Peugeot Partner.

What Car Review awarded the car a full five stars for overall performance.