There are three lengths to choose from: Compact, Long and Extra Long.
The Citan’s also offered in five-seat Dualiner or, from 2014, seven-seat Traveliner configuration. Payload then varies depending on the length of the van.
As standard you get a full steel bulkhead and steel load-securing rings. There’s an optional ladder flap and wooden walls along with a trailer coupling.
You have the option of the standard synthetic floor covering or a wooden floor for the load compartment depending on your needs. The former is easy to clean and protects against scratches and dents while the latter improves loading and insulation.
According to configuration, loading lengths of up to 2,137mm and heights of up to 1,258mm are available. In its most capacious capacity it’ll carry 3.8 cubic metres.
There are sliding doors on either side, while the rear doors open up to 180 degrees. A Europallet will fit between the rear wheel arches, too.
There are a few optional packs that can affect the cargo capacity of the Citan.
The Cargo Pack is for panel vans and includes a split bulkhead, reinforced tyres and a folding co-driver’s seat.
The Flexibility Pack is available on Dualiner models and includes a stowage compartment in the instrument panel, one in a centre armrest and a three-person bench seat with folding bulkhead.
Payload varies between 490 and 810kg.