Citroën Jumpy (2007-present)

The Citroën Jumpy is a small van produced at Sevel Nord since 1995. It underwent a major facelift in 2004. It shares its body design with the Fiat Scudo and Peugeot Expert, which were produced as a joint venture of badge engineering between the parent companies. A new model was launched in 2007. In the UK, Ireland, South Africa, and Australia, the van is marketed as a Citroën Dispatch. The Mk2 Dispatch gained increased cargo space and more body styles than the older version but became more cramped in the front for more than one person. The main competitors of the new MK2 Dispatch are the Renault Trafic and Volkswagen Transporter. This joint venture will end in year 2017.

The Citroën Jumpy (2007-present) sits on a wheelbase of 123 inches (3,122 mm), with an overall length of 202 inches (5,135 mm). The vehicle belongs to the Light commercial vehicle class. The milage per galon of this car is mpg in the city and mpg on a highway. The Citroën Jumpy (2007-present) is 4,427 lbs (2,008 kg) heavy and the starting price was set to 0 USD (which compares to 0 €) when the car was introduced. The best trim of the car will cost you around $0.

Citroën Jumpy (2007-present) () specification

Class: Light commercial vehicle
Wheelbase: 123 in / 3,122 mm
Length: 202 in / 5,135 mm
Width: 75 in / 1,895 mm
Height: 76 in / 1,942 mm
Curb Weight: 4,427 lbs / 2,008 kg
Cargo Capacity Min: 0 cu.ft. / 0 l
Cargo Capacity Max: 0 cu.ft. / 0 l
Starting price: $0 (≈ 0 €)
Fuel economy (city/highway): / mpg

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