Citroen has changed the name of its Relay ready-bodied vehicles arm from Relay Specialist Models to Relay Ready to Run.
As before, the range includes tippers, dropsides and Luton vans, which are available to buy through Citroen Business Centres and other Citroen dealers.
The existing range of Nemo, Berlingo, Dispatch and Relay models is now called the Ready to Run Specialist Range. The products are built to individual customer requirements and include minibuses, temperature-controlled vans and glass carrying vans.
Citroen also announced an upgrade to the higher specification Enterprise for Relay Ready to Run chassis cabs, It is available from April, and the upgrades include:
Teletrac Smartnav and Trackstar stolen vehicle tracking telematics, air conditioning, cruise control with variable speed limiter, a perimetric alarm, five-inch colour touch screen/DAB digital radio, Bluetooth, audio streaming and an MP3 compatible CD player
“The ready-bodied Relay Ready to Run range has proved to be a big hit with our customers. We expect that the new Enterprise high-specification models will increase the customer appeal of this range,” said Jeremy Smith, head of commercial vehicles and business sector operations.
Citroen has also confirmed its plan to roll-out Euro6 engines across its van line-up with the first examples on display at the CV Show in April.
Smith added: “Citroën’s rolling programme to introduce advanced BlueHDi Euro 6 engines, with SCR technology, across its LCV range will be welcomed by our large and growing business customer base,” said Smith.