Dravite Black Metallic
This 112 Petrol LWB Citan comes with the following features : Stunning appearance pack adding extra style, Central locking with radio/remote control, 6-speed- manual, Pollen filter, Speedometer- mph and km/h, Travel computer, Seat belt warning for driver's seat, Temperature indicator, Daytime running lamps- automatic,Brake assist, Bluetooth,Cruise Control, Brake system with ABS and ASR, Electronic Stability Program (ESP), Painted bumper, Protective strips- at side, Cover over tail light painted in vehicle colour, Full-length partition, Hill-Start Assist, Battery management, Radio, Exterior mirrors heated and electrically adjustable, Exterior mirrors in vehicle colour, Electric windows front- one-touch control driver's side, Shelf above windscreen, Glove compartment- co-driver's side- Interior lamp in luggage compartment, ECO start/stop function,Cruise control, BlueEFFICIENCY, Spare wheel, Light alloy wheels 6.5 J x 15, Airbag- front driver's seat, Co-driver's seat, Driver's seat- height-adjustable, Sliding door left, Lima black fabric,Rear doors- double-wing The Citan is fitted with Hill Start assist as standard – take your foot off the brake pedal on an uphill slope and braking pressure is maintained for a short time, so the vehicle doesn’t roll back before you have chance to accelerate and pull away. Why Choose Marshall Truck & Van? Our attentive and professional team are on hand to welcome you and answer all your questions, arrange a test drive and are dedicated to helping you find the van the suits your needs. Every approved Used Van has been rigorously inspected by our Mercedes-Benz qualified technicians meaning you can be confident you have selected a thoroughly checked high quality van. Our four branches Andover, Fareham, Nursling and Poole are on hand for your servicing needs with our Fareham Mercedes-Benz Truck & Van Centre offering 24hour servicing whilst you sleep! With all approved vehicles you have Free MobiloVan Roadside Assistance, breakdown Insurance & Corrosion Warrant
MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. They are unlikely to represent real world efficiency.