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Citroën Jumpy

Citroën Jumpy (France, 2007-present)

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Facelift 2012


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Facelift 2012

From 2012 on, the Citroën Jumpy van is offered in two lengths and two heights. A maximum load capacity of 7 cubic meters, thanks to pneumatic rear suspension low sill of 49 cm, wide side doors and a rear door with an opening of 180 degrees also make the Jumpy van suited for the solution of various transport tasks.

The new Citroën Jumpy van carries a new front end which consists of a broad, newly drawn chrome grille. This holds the new double angle, which extends up to the headlights.

As part of the restyling of the Citroën Jumpy, also the equipment has been upgraded. The Citroën Jumpy vans can be fitted with a hill-start assist and a programmable speed ​​limit.

In order to be safe on the road, the new Citroën Jumpy van offers an optional tire pressure sensor with display of the tire in question and "Grip Control".

The Citroën Jumpy van is now available with a six-speed automatic transmission. This automatic transmission is offered in conjunction with the HDi 165 engine and controlled by a lever on the dashboard. In conjunction with a manual transmission, the new Citroën Jumpy is offered in three power levels with the engines HDi 90, HDi 125 and HDi 165th

Particular emphasis was placed on reducing the CO2 emissions of the new Citroën Jumpy. The van disposes of aerodynamic shields under the body and the "Volt Control" device for the optimal state of charge of the battery guaranteed by the generator.



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