Facelifted Citroen Jumper Breaks Cover

As we've mentioned yesterday, the first platform brother of the Peugeot Boxer already breaked cover. Only minor visual details differentiate the two PSA Group light commercial vehicles.
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Just like the facelifted Boxer, the revised Citroen Jumper features an all-new front fascia, sporting a slightly different front bumper and radiator grille. LED daytime running lights are integrated into the headlamp clusters, giving the vehicle a more pleasant look than before, while the strenghtened architecture and improved ergonomics make the Jumper more versatile than its predecessor.

However, the big news is that the facelifted Citroen hauler is the leader of its segment in terms of load width between the wheel arches (1.42 meters) and usable width (1.87 meters). On the fuel economy front, the French manufacturer says that certain engines have been slightly improved, benefiting from a 15 percent reduction in fuel consumption.

As before, power comes from either a 2.2-liter diesel rated at 110, 130 or 150 horsepower, as well as a 3.0-liter oil burner churning out 180 horsepower. Only the 130 and 150 e-HDi versions feature a Stop&Start system.

Step inside the cabin and you'll be greeted by seats with variable damping control and lumbar adjustment in standard, along with a redesigned dashboard. As an optional extra, you can equip the Jumper with Bluetooth connectivity for your phone and a USB socket, as well as the all-new 5-inch touchscreen infotainment system, sat-nav and rear parking camera.

The facelifted Citroen Jumper displays a broad range of body styles and safety-enhancing technologies. With Intelligent Traction Control and Hill Descent Control, the vehicle provides maximum safety in all circumstances. Intelligent Traction Control improves traction on low-grip surfaces such as snow, ice and mud, while Hill Descent Control makes going down inclines easier, especially on mud-covered or gravel tracks.

Citroen's all-new Jumper LCV will come to European dealerships by the end of the summer.

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