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The new Citan and eCitan. Introducing the The new Citan and eCitan. Starting From £20,340.00
The new Citan and eCitan.

The new Mercedes-Benz Citan and eCitan.

Comfortably equipped for your daily routine with the new Mercedes-Benz Citan.

Compact external dimensions coupled with a generous amount of space and a high load capacity open up a diverse range of applications for the new Mercedes-Benz Citan, especially in inner-city delivery and service provision operations. It is available both as a Panel Van and a Tourer.

The design of the new Mercedes-Benz Citan is distinguished by balanced proportions and a sensual surface design. Muscular shoulders and striking wheel wells underline the vehicle's power and emotive appeal – unusual styling elements for a small van.

"At first glance, the new Citan is clearly discernible as a member of the Mercedes-Benz family. The clear shapes with reduced lines and powerful surfaces impart our philosophy of sensual purity," explains Gorden Wagener, Chief Design Officer at the Daimler Group.

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Travelling to the building site early in the morning, driving through tricky stop-start traffic, or providing shuttle services at the airport – as a driver of a small van, you know your working day can be hard-going. But thankfully, the Mercedes-Benz Citan developers placed great emphasis on achieving a level of comfort typical of the brand, including exemplary noise levels and seating comfort, not to mention a range of practical equipment items. And this doesn't just help drivers' well-being, but is also particularly beneficial to safety: relaxed drivers can concentrate better on the traffic situation.

The Panel Van and Tourer will also be available in the BASE and PRO equipment lines. With the BASE Line, the customer receives a functional entry-level variant with all of the necessary basic equipment. The PRO Line combines a representative design with additional functionality.

The ideal solution for sustainable, urban services. The all new fully-electric eCitan joins the eSprinter and eVito.

The eCitan will already launch in the second half of 2022. This fully electric Citan will also be available in a range of body variants. The range in accordance with WLTP is expected to be around 285 kilometres23. With this in mind, it corresponds to the needs of commercial users who often use this vehicle for courier and delivery services in inner cities. At rapid charging stations, the battery is expected to take 40 minutes5 to charge from 10 to 80 percent1. One big advantage is that customers do not need to make concessions when it comes to the dimensions of the load compartment and the available payload in comparison to conventional models. Even a trailer coupling will be available for the eCitan.

At work, at home or at public charging stations, the eCitan's on-board charger allows it to be conveniently charged with 11 kW or optionally 22 kW alternating current (AC). The time required for full charging depends on the available infrastructure and the country-specific vehicle equipment. Using a Mercedes-Benz wallbox enables charging to be carried out much quicker than via a household socket.

The electric motor available for the several eCitan body variants will deliver a peak performance of 75 kW/102 hp1. Maximum torque is 245 Nm and, due to the way in which the vehicle works, it is available as soon as you pull away, thereby enabling especially powerful acceleration from a standstill. The lithium-ion battery is positioned in the underbody ahead of the rear axle, where it is also protected against crashes. It offers a usable capacity of 44 kWh. The eight battery modules use pouch cells.

The new Citan compact van can be ordered from mid-September 2021.

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