The latest generation of the Citroen Berlingo Multispace, which is the passenger-carrying version of the new Berlingo van, was unveiled at Geneva last week.
The Berlingo Multispace is the French manufacturer's practical van-derived, five-seater MPV.
Changes are subtle, but externally the most immediately obvious are styling tweaks to the front end, including a new bumper, daytime running lights and grill. There are also two new colours to choose from.
All engines run on diesel and Citroen's range of clean BlueHDi engines have made it to the Berlingo for the first time.
There are three outputs: the entry-level engine is a 75PS engine with a claimed economy figure of 65.7mpg and CO2 emissions of 113g/km, figures matched by the more powerful 100PS version. There are two versions of the 100PS, one with engine stop-start technology.
The top 120PS version gets a six-speed manual gearbox and emits 115g/km of CO2, with a claimed economy figure of 64.2mpg.
The popular new Citroen Berlingo Van will also arrive at the same time.
New Citroen C4 Cactus
The bold design and styling of the new Citroen C4 Cactus has been recognised by Car Design News. It has named it ‘Production Car of the Year'.
Judged by a panel of design experts and industry professionals, the award was presented at the Car Design event in Geneva.
Mid-life update for C4
Also quietly nestling among the large Citroen display was the new lightly face-lifted C4, which mainly gets new lights back and front and a new media screen display inside.