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Citroen Berlingo Multispace consumer car reviews

Michael Boyd, Kent

Citroen Berlingo Multispace 1.6 HDi Diesel 2009

4 star review

This is my second Berlingo bought new. The first one did had 150000 on the clock when I purchased the new model. From day one the suspension has clonked! After arguments with the dealer and Citroen at Slough they replaced the front shock absorbers reluctantly and it was better. My pal has the same model and all his shock absorbers were replaced by his dealer. The brakes failed completely one night and it was a split in the master cylinder reservoir, took 3 weeks for a replacement. But the vehicle is economic and I sometimes carry a motorcycle inside with the seats down and it is only a van as my dealer commented!

Submitted: 2013-11-20 | ID: 37386

Rhys Evans, Somerset

Citroen Berlingo Multispace xtr 1.6 diesil 92bhp 2011

2 star review

To follow upon my review I now have to report the misfire is still there (never really went away). The car is now going into my local dealer(Hartwell Citroen, Bath) for their third attempt to cure this. The rattles and squeaks are even worse. I have lost most of my confidence in the vehicle or the dealers ability to fix it. Please think carefully about getting one of these. I accept I may have a ’Friday afternoon special’ which can happen with any mass produced car but this one really is not much good. I really started out wanting to like it as well!

Submitted: 2013-04-19 | ID: 37385

Wendy Houston, England

Citroen Berlingo Multispace hdi 110bhp 2012

4 star review

I have always bought VW Polos before buying my first Berlingo last year in May. We were moving home from England to Wales my husband was recovering from a life threatening illness and I had never driven a car like this before. I loaded it up to the hilt and had an Ivor Williams trailer also filled to the hilt attached and I drove from Norfolk to mid west Wales with my husband in the passenger seat. It was a real test for us all and the Berlingo did us proud. I hardly knew I was towing the trailer even when we hit the hills of Wales. We arrived 7 hours later all safe and sound and the fuel comsuption was remarkable. This car is my best friend I love it. Since starting our new life in wales the Berlingo has picked up a tumble drier a washing machine fence posts floor tiles and many more items with ease. I can Park it easily I am only 5ft and I find this car much better to drive and park than my previous Polos the vision and driving position is great. The only thing I can say against it is the tyres need regular inflation to avoid early replacement ... a small inconvieniance I am happy to put up with.

Submitted: 2013-02-24 | ID: 37381

Rhys Evans, Somerset

Citroen Berlingo Multispace 1.6 diesel 92bhp XTR 2011

3 star review

Got my XTR 92bhp on a lease with my job. Previously had two different Skoda Octavias also on lease, but I wanted something to carry my bicycles and bits, which could double as a semi civilised car. Obviously a totally different kind of vehicle to the Skodas which in themselves had been very competent cars but without the carrying capacity. I really want to like my Berlingo but despite it generally driving quite nicely for a van derivative it has a number of shortcomings. First everything rattles and squeaks just like a van and there does not seem to be any real cure for this; the back seats rattle and clunk all the time and the rear doors in particular make quite a racket(a slight improvement when I apply vaseline to anything, which looks like a moving part in the mechanism). My local dealer took it in for the doors to be adjusted, but this made no difference whatsoever. More seriously it has suffered intermittent rough running (I would call it a misfire if it was petrol engined) and has been in twice now in two years/30000 miles for this to be rectified. The first time was after about 10000 and the engine management computer was rebooted with the latest programme. It was ok until during a recent spell of cold weather when the problem recurred. This was with engine at full temp (anyone else had this?). Another reboot and this time they cleaned the Particulate filter (surprised me as I didn’t know this model had one). Trying it again, but not sure how confident I am with this. I get about 50mpg in mixed conditions and driven mostly one or two up with a light load. Mine has 16 inch wheels and tyres which are wearing very well and even the front are the originals and looking surprisingly healthy at 30000. I find it comfortable although inevitably it lurches over bumps a lot more then a car. The metallic paint finish is not bad. Overall I think this vehicle is built down to a price, probably a bit too drastically. It could have been a decent vehicle with a bit more quality. Next time I will probably opt for a car with a towbar and invest in a decent cycle carrier.

Submitted: 2013-02-07 | ID: 37380

Ron Sutton, Monmouthshire

Citroen Berlingo Multispace 1.6 HDi 92bhp Desire 2007

5 star review

I bought it new as a retirement present to myself. Bearing in mind what it is and its price, it’s brilliant. I needed a vehicle to carry two sometimes very wet dogs. It’s used for everything incl long trips to southern Germany, which it copes with at greater speeds than allowed on our motorways. It’s comfortable, economical, av mpg 55 and in 30,000 miles I’ve had no problems whatsoever. It handles much better than I expected, tyre wear is light and servicing costs are very reasonable. No problem with wind or engine noise. I think it’s a car for the practical minded owner and not the fashion freak. I intend to keep it for ever as it does all I need. My last Citroen did 200,000m with no replacements apart from wear and tear items, so I’m hoping this will do the same.

Responses to this review

It’s a 2007 not 2011 - Ron Sutton from Monmouthshire

Submitted: 2012-11-17 | ID: 37378

Barbara Phillips, Surrey

Citroen Berlingo Multispace 1.6 petrol 2002

5 star review

Bought mine in 2002 and loved the space in the back as I have 3 children, now aged 23 plus, and the car has been brilliant. It has been packed with every type of gear needed with kids - camping, fishing, cycling, moving furniture - you name it this car does it. My husband has offered me a new one or a different car, but I love mine. I’ve had no problems and it’s hardly had anything spent on it. Very, very reliable. I love the high seating (as I am 5 foot tall its nice to see all round) and it has clear vision with all the big windows. Everyone who has travelled in it has fallen in love with it thanks to the space, legroom and sliding doors. I did my research before buying and reliability was top of my list. Top Gear rated it after I bought it and from then on they have never looked back.

Submitted: 2012-04-30 | ID: 37382

Sam Hendry, Lanarkshire

Citroen Berlingo Multispace 1-6 hdi 90 vtr 2009

2 star review

I purchased my Berlingo on 15/3/11 with 2,589 on the clock. A good car to drive, with the only problem being road noise going over bumps. After doing 2,568 miles the battery died. The car was still under warranty, but Citroen UK refused to replace the battery; you only get 6,000 miles or 6 months warranty on the battery, how’s that for service? I will steer clear of Citroen in the future.

Responses to this review

After contacting Citroen UK, they will refund cost I had to pay to replace battery as a goodwill gesture so all is not lost - Sam Hendry from Lanarkshire

Submitted: 2011-08-08 | ID: 37383

Mac McLaren, Devon

Citroen Berlingo Multispace FORTE 2.0 HDI 2004

5 star review

Bought vehicle two years ago when I retired. I lecture in maritime subjects around UK and find it ideal as a load carrier, comfortable to drive and economical(53 mpg). I keep it serviced more regularly than operators manual and it’s proved reliable. I changed the tyres to obviate some road noise, but can recommend coating rear wheel arches in bitumen(umpteen coats). No need to remove any trim(just panel where jack is placed)The difference is incredible..all for the sake of one tin of high quality bitumen. If you chose to do this one word of caution; when I drove it to test result, with windows closed, the fumes from the bitumen were overpowering. The smell disappeared within a couple days.

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I own a Citroen Berlingo Multispace 2004 forte 1.9 hdi. I was having flat spots and engine management light coming on and I found out it was only when I used Tesco diesel. My car hates the stuff it plays up. I now use Esso or Texaco 100% improvement. Maybe Tesco aren’t putting enough additives in their fuel - John Champion from Cardiff

I was wondering what tyres you had on that were noisy and what make did you change to that were quieter? - Nigel Lister from Cornwall

Hi, thinking of replacing my Zafira 2005 with a 2nd hand new model Multispace but concerned about the noises people have had and rear tyre wear? Suspension ? Can you reassure me? Cheers - Rob Boardman from England

Submitted: 2011-04-30 | ID: 37370

Paul Hopgood, Sussex

Citroen Berlingo Multispace 2008

5 star review

I bought my first Berlingo in 2005, a used 2002 with 18k on the clock, I traded it in with 108k on the clock and hardly spent a penny on it apart from service etc. A brilliant MPV. I have now bought a 2008 Berlingo with 11k on the clock and just as pleased with it. I just hope it lasts as well as the old one.

Responses to this review

Hi, thinking of replacing my Zafira 2005 with a 2nd hand new model Multispace but concerned about the noises people have had and rear tyre wear? Suspension ? Can you reassure me? Cheers - Rob Boardman from England

Submitted: 2011-02-17 | ID: 37374

Celia Lai, Bedfordshire

Citroen Berlingo Multispace 1.4 2003

4 star review

I have had my 2003 Berlingo since new and have been very happy with it on the whole. I am now thinking of replacing it with an ultra economically fuel efficient car. Unfortunately, most cars giving more than 70mpg are either much more expensive to buy and considerably smaller and I am not sure if I can compromise on space as it has been very valuable to me over the last 7 years. I also love the high driving position and my mother who is in her 70’s finds it very easy to get in and out of which is another bonus. At the moment I am managing to squeeze an average of between 37 and 42 mpg out of the engine with mixed driving.

Responses to this review

Wow, you get that much per gallon? My 51 plate 1.4 with 110k on the clock only gets 33mpg. Great car, a bit rattly probably due to age but very practical - David Hancock from Staffordshire

Submitted: 2010-10-18 | ID: 37376

Christine, Worcestershire

Citroen Berlingo Multispace 1.4 Forte 2004

1 star review

Bought this 12 months ago as I needed a bigger car for my mum’s wheelchair and it was great also for holidays. Unfortunately I bought a dud - it had only done 14500 miles when I bought it - it cost me £1100 in January when I had it serviced and MOT because the head gasket had gone at only 17,500 miles and also a broken radius arm and then another £100 a month later on a shock asborber. Last week I was driving on the carriageway when the car beeped and the engine management light came on and I suddenly lost power and was unable to move the car at all. When breakdown turned up it ran okay but the fault still existed - now coming up indescrible fault and no one knows what’s wrong with it - I hate the beep beep car now. Can’t rely on it - it’s cost me a fortune and I can’t even get rid of the thing either until someone finds out what’s wrong with it. I don’t want to be on the motorway and lose power like what happened before. Anyone come across this before? My brother mentioned a pin was popping out when he checked it recently but the garage has dismissed that. It’s now gone for a software update on the ECU to see if it can be resolved - knowing my luck I seriously doubt it.<br /><br />

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Same problem - loss of power and defaulted to ’get you home’ setting - but the computer link at my local garage pinpointed EGR valve which had become sticky. Solutions - use diesel additive to clean it and if it re-occurs, replace the EGR valve. Decided on the latter and it hasn’t put a foot wrong since - Tony Lyons from Cumberland

Submitted: 2010-04-11 | ID: 37367

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Brian Reddington, Lancashire

Citroen Berlingo Multispace 2009

4 star review

We have the 2009 Berlingo Multispace and find it very good to drive, it is comfy and has plenty of room. I’m very happy with the performance and the fuel economy. The suspension is a bit noisy and clunky on rough roads but generally smooth. The luggage space is very good - it takes everything we fling at it.

Submitted: 2010-01-21 | ID: 37369

Phil Healey, Shetland Islands

Citroen Berlingo Multispace Forte 2003

5 star review

Sorry to disagree with another reviewer, but we proved 2 weeks ago that there is enough room for family, holiday luggage, 2 cast iron radiators, a huge towel rail AND A LARGE EARTHENWARE KITCHEN SINK in our 2003 HDI Berlingo, driven mercilessly in 1 day from Aberdeen to Birmingham. Shamefully I chastised the elderly father when he got his first one instead of an A Class, but ended up buying his second one off him. He’s now on his fourth Berlingo and I only turned down buying his most recent trade in because there’s really nothing wrong with our present one. No rust , no real mechanical problems in 6 years. Gripes - be careful if lowering the back seats - inertia reels can jam if you don’t leave some slack when lowering. Sometimes clutch judder (rust from intermittent use maybe?) and rear sliding doors can need a jiggle to unlatch for closing.

Submitted: 2009-06-10 | ID: 37401

Stephen Roscoe, Denbighshire

Citroen Berlingo Multispace VTR 1.6 HDI 90 Diesel 2008

4 star review

I bought my first Berlingo in 2004, second in 2006 and the VTR in 2008. I have never had a breakdown in any of them (fingers crossed). The Berlingo 111 is just a great improvement on the earlier versions, and I thought they were brilliant. Load space, economy, reliability, ease of access are all great. Ride is good although road noise when empty can be tiresome on a rough road. This may be due to the fact I opted for the 16" alloy pack with Michelin Primacy tyres. My only other criticism is that when turning right out of a junction visibility is impaired slightly by the windscreen column. If you want a versatile practical vehicle this is the one, it may not be pretty in many peoples eyes but if looks don’t bother you will find it an excellent workhorse. Over the 6000 miles I have covered so far it has returned an average of 47 mpg.

Responses to this review

Hi, We have a Berlingo XTR bought in August 2009, - it has a clunking noise coming from the nearside front, we have had a new steering rac

My Berlingo has the same clunk-sound on rough roads when crossing small holes or bumps. Citroen has released a service-instruction on this matter and has put some metal-thing underneath near the front wheels. This has helped a bit but the clunk is still there - Michael Wechter from Denmark

Tell your dealer he needs to be more up to date with things and he needs to upgrade the shocks as this is a common fault. Both of our 2010 Berlingos have had this done one after 7000 miles, the other didn’t make it out of the showroom. Mind you we now have 7 citroens and find them very reliable cars! We use them as taxis and can’t fault the Berlingo; loads of space and customers love them. One more thing, if you run the 1.6 hdi it must have the recommended oil in it. Some garages don’t use low ash oils and this will cause turbo problems and major engine issues - Clive Blakesley from Norfolk

I have just bought a 2009 Citroen Berlingo VTR Multispace petrol with around 6500 miles on the clock.I have only had it for about 3 weeks now, I am generally happy with it apart from the suspension which is very poor on rough or certain types of roads. It’s also very noisy at times even just going over small undulations in road, and sometimes makes a clonking noise from the front drivers side which then seems to reverberate under the footwell and seat or centre of the vehicle towards the rear. It’s very disconcerting, and a bit of a worry, so much so that I’ve now arranged for it to go back to the dealer for an inspection. I have telephoned the dealer already but the person I spoke to at service, although very helpful, said he had not heard of any particular problem with the suspension on this car, but mentioned that one possibility might be a faulty ball joint. I previously owned the old style Berlingo Multispace and never had any similar problems, and found the overall ride to be very good. Has anybody else had any similar problems with the suspension on the new Berlingo? - BERLINGO OWNER from Cheshire

I have now had my Berlingo inspected at the Citroen dealer, re the rough suspension and clonking noise on certain road surfaces.I was initially told that there was some play in the front suspension mounts, and since then that the front suspension links were faulty. The dealer has ordered new parts and I await the result of these being fitted in the near future - BERLINGO OWNER from Cheshire

I too have a 2009 hdi xtr which has the dreaded clunk, seems like a hollow metallic clunk over certain surfaces from the front off side. My local main dealer refuses to accept that there is a problem with the front shocks on these vehicles. First visit, control cups were fitted - made no difference at all. Second visit, clamps fitted (not sure what they are) the clunk is still there but the front end is much stiffer which now sometimes causes vibration in the cabin but on the plus side I can now go around bends much faster! Third visit their "master tech" spent two days with the car before deciding that the clunk is a "characteristic" of the Berlingo! I am now going to try to put up with the noise although would be very interested in others experiences - Hamish MacHaggis from Clackmannanshire

I got a 2010 1.6 XTR Multispace and had the clunking from the beginning. This is normally at speeds below 40mph on uneven surfaces, also a knock when braking in reverse, this is also mostly on the front passengers side. Replacement units were fitted to both front suspensions but there was no improvement. The car is in again for more tests. Does anybody know the legal situation in these kind of circumstances? - Kevin Quinn from County Down

I have the same problem with my 2009 Berlingo van clunking when going over small bumps also when reversing/braking. Been back three times, still no fix - Dr Bob from England

Hia guys... just responding to all your reviews. I’ve just bought a 09 Berlingo Multispace from my local dealer... absolutely love the car its fantastic, plenty of power and 47mpg... However its been recalled 3 times to date for this dreadful suspension noise and to be honest it takes the shine off a brilliant car but to be fair my Citroen dealership (Evans Halshaw) have been fantastic and really courteous and its a well known problem with the front suspension design which I have learnt has been modified on 12 reg lingos... My friend has a new 62 plate one and the drive is completely different so they know it’s an issue but my faithful dealer is doing their best to sort this problem out for me... Good luck guys I’ll have to drive with my radio louder until it’s sorted - Jimmy Reynolds from England

I too have had this clunk for some time. The garage mec tried all sorts including tightning the doors but all to no avail. He said the car was sound to drive and could only suggest re assembling the suspension but said it may not cure the clunk and also that it would be very expensive. Did you eventually sort yours out? - Mick Auvache from Sutherland

Hi Mick, just responding to your question on the Berlingo problem. The noise is still there but it’s been in for an early MOT diagnostic and all the bushes, rods and mountings are complete and all ok. Since this my Citroen dealer has installed new suspension mounts but this hasn’t solved the problem but I’m more than happy with this car so I’m not going to hassle the dealer any more. On the good side though Citroen have sent letters to most dealerships responding that there is an acoustic sound upon all the suspension mounts as there sourced from the van origins. Our only godsend is at work a dear friend has just purchased a 10 plate Doblo mpv and good lord he is having problems with that. Hope you get sorted, Mick and don’t let this put you off this brilliant MPV. All the best and take care - Jim Reynolds from Nottinghamshire

Got a 2010 1.6 XTR MULTISPACE and had the clunking from the beginning. This is normally at speeds below 40mph on uneven surfaces, also a knock when braking in reverse, this is also mostly on the front passengers side. Replacement units were fitted to both front suspensions but no improvement. The car is in again for more tests. Does anybody know the legal situation in these kind of circumstances? - Kevin Quinn from County Down

Submitted: 2009-05-19 | ID: 37388

Lorraine Rogers, Suffolk

Citroen Berlingo Multispace 2005

4 star review

It may look like Postman Pat’s van but by golly can you pack a lot of stuff into this car. It is the perfect family car ideal for holidays where you can safely pack everything but the kitchen sink in ready for the off. It may not be sporty, good looking or speedy but it has everything else going for it.

Submitted: 2009-05-11 | ID: 37387

Stuart McFarlane, Shropshire

Citroen Berlingo Multispace XTR 110Hdi 2008

5 star review

Having owned the previous 2.0Hdi Desire model for 3yrs and 69000 miles when I saw the new model I just had to drive it and when I did I ordered one. I loved my old one which I used for my 75 miles daily commute to work, carried my two Labrador’s and one Springer Spaniel and also towed my caravan. The economy, reliability and running costs were all fantastic. The new model does all that as well but with more space, equipment and refinement. I love it even more already, and after two months and 4000 miles every time I get in it a big smile comes across my face. I haven’t towed with it yet but I’m sure this new smaller but more powerful engine will be great at it because solo it can be quite quick if you want but drive it carefully and you can get 50mpg. It is more expensive than the old one especially if you have the one I’ve got but it really is worth every penny because it is so much better.

Responses to this review

Hi, thinking of replacing my Zafira 2005 with a 2nd hand new model Multispace but concerned about the noises people have had and rear tyre wear? Suspension ? Can you reassure me? Cheers - Rob Boardman from England

Submitted: 2008-12-12 | ID: 37406

Michael Knight, Bedfordshire

Citroen Berlingo Multispace 2008

5 star review

Hey guys, it may be a bit cheeky of me putting this road test report in now, however the Berlingo Multispace is a brill car. I have a disability, and this car ticks all of my boxes for getting in and out, wheelchair access, room for my two teenagers, the wife "Och" ect. On my test drive, I thought that it would be like any other car, but I was bloody wrong. The car is smooth, comfortable and quiet. I love this car so much. Thanks to Citroen for making such a good car at an affordable cost.

Submitted: 2008-10-29 | ID: 37405

Adrian, Lancashire

Citroen Berlingo Multispace 1.6HDi Desire 2007

4 star review

I have wanted a Berlingo since the restyle in 2003, and eventually got one last year. Overall, very good. Some people don’t like the upright driving position, but I think its great, Visibility is very good, but windscreen pillars are thick. Sliding doors are a big advantage (especially when it is windy !). The modutop is a work of art, with plenty of storage, but I have noticed quite a few squeaks and rattles from the many plastic mouldings. The 16valve HDi engine is a bit slow setting off but is strong from 1500 rpm. I can’t seem to get any more than about 48-50 mpg out of it, but then I don’t do much motorway travelling. It had to go back to the dealers for a valve to be changed on the engine (lack of power), but has been ok since. Now there is a new Berlingo model out. I didn’t initially like the new Berlingo, but when I saw the XTR version in Gold paint, it slowly grew on me until I decided to order one. It has gone a bit upmarket, and has lost some of the ’utility’of the old model, but it still has a sold metal floor in the back, (not some manky bit of hardboard covering the spare wheel, that falls apart after the first week !).The new one drives a bit better, with less road and wind noise. All the advertising says the new model has "more glass area", but it doesn’t, a large proportion of it is blacked out, the clear area is less. Also the new Modutop has lost the two little cupboards that I found useful, but in it’s defence the new model has some extra storage elsewhere to compensate. I will have to see whether it is truly better than the old model after a bit of use.

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I wrote the above review before I purchased a new 1.6 HDI 110hp XTR in 2008. I am now coming up to 21,000 miles. Overall, I am reasonably happy with the car. The best fuel consumption I can get is 45mpg, but I am generally driving urban. The good points: generally a slightly better ride than the old Berlingo, but more roll on corners. The rear seats come out (very useful for big loads), and a bit more width between driver and passenger (the removable storage box between the seats is very good), the automatic windscreen wipers (very useful on a long wet drive). The bad points: visibility from the driver’s seat backwards is worse than the old Berlingo (see above review), the Modutop is a shadow of its former self, the automatic headlamps are blatantly dangerous (they come on too early - I have had other drivers pulling out on me thinking I have flashed them !), and a quite annoying position of the driver’s left footrest - it seems to be too close or is it just me?). I recently drove my dad’s old 2004 1.9 non turbo diesel and I have to say it was nice to be able to have good visibility and even the engine was quieter than mine at speed! I haven’t had any of the front suspension noises mentioned on this forum as yet. Overall, I like the new model mainly for the removable seats and even though the modutop is nothing like as good as the older model, it seems to make up for it with the removable centre storage box and the driver’s dash top storage, both very useful, but if I was buying again, I would buy a more basic version without all the electronic extras. Most of them don’t work well enough to warrant having - from Lancashire

Submitted: 2008-07-17 | ID: 37403

Noreen Brice, Shropshire

Citroen Berlingo Multispace 1.6 HDi 92 Desire 2007

4 star review

When I intially first saw the Berlingo Multispace it was not love at first sight, but with 3 children and 2 old english sheep dogs the practical side of my brain won me over and I’m very glad it did. It’s surprisingly nippy and doesn’t handle at all like a van. Visibility is excellent and fuel economy good. A very nice run around indeed!

Submitted: 2007-10-27 | ID: 37402

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