Citroen says its all-new Dispatch van is set to become the ideal partner for Irish professionals, with enhanced practicality, comfort, and safety stemming from new design features, architecture, and technologies.
The global reveal of the new Citroën Dispatch took place at the CV Show in Birmingham on Tuesday, April 26. Citroen’s new generation of the ever-popular Dispatch LCV features new technologies, design features, and architecture, as well as functions that are new to the segment. The new Dispatch is the first vehicle of its type to offer hands-free sliding side doors and a head-up display, as well as numerous other technologies that make working lives easier and safer.
Designed with a wide range of professionals in mind, including tradespeople, construction workers, local authority employees, and delivery and service professionals, the new vehicle will be available in van, Combi, and Crew Van versions, as well as being specified in three lengths (XS: 4.60m, M: 4.95m and XL: 5.30m ).
In addition to the hands-free sliding doors and the colour head-up display, new features include driver attention alert, active safety brake, Citroën Connect Nav, and mirror link systems, and a wide range of optional extras to suit every professional’s individual needs.
Launched in 1995, the original Citroën Dispatch sold 600,000 units. The new Dispatch joins the Nemo, Berlingo, and Relay as part of Citroën’s broad modern range of LCVs.