After the presentation made already a few weeks of the Citroën Spacetourer, today the French firm has revealed the details of the version focused on the work that will take the name Jumpy.
Con a Spacetourer trying to face up to the Multivan from Volkswagen, Jumpy will do the same but at a lower level between the mid-sized shopping, bearing in mind the Volkswagen Transporter and Caravelle are the current leaders in the segment.
To achieve success in the new Jumpy will be offered with three different lengths that range between the 4.6 and 5.3 metres. In addition there will be variants passenger, cargo and many others, mixed with two, three, six and nine beds distributed in up to three rows of seats.
In Citroen are aware of the limitations that have these vehicles in some parking due to the height, so that in the body short-and medium-sand is in some interesting 1.9 meters that will allow the access to many public parking garages and private carports.
charging Solutions has many, from the practical “Moduwork” that allows you to fold the seat side of the passenger to release the lower part of the bulkhead separating and able to insert long objects up to different trim that protect the interior of the cargo area. The load capacity could reach 1,400 kg and the increase of 6.6 square metres.
The equipment will be very complete in some versions, having nothing to envy to many mpvs. Among other things, may automatic climate control of two areas, Head-Up Display, warning lane change, detector fatigue, adaptive cruise control, detector objects in blind spot, sensors of parking, rear view camera, etc
The range of engines includes the 1.6 BlueHDI with 95 and 115 HP as a starting point, leaving the 2.0 BlueHDI 150 and 180 HP for those looking for superior performance. The most powerful will always be associated to an automatic gearbox with six speeds.
The new Jumpy will be available at dealerships across Europe throughout the summer. Furthermore, it has been developed keeping in mind many possible improvements. It is the case of the all-wheel drive system that will provide Dangel in some countries.