Citroen Jumper Accessories & Parts

    About Citroen Jumper


    The Citroen Jumper was first presented at the Geneva Utility Vehicles Show in 1994. That year, the industrial cooperation agreement between Fiat, Peugeot, and Citroen gave birth to the Citroen Jumper, the Peugeot Boxer, and the Fiat Ducato. They were similar and had a number of common parts and features, such as new gearboxes, new petrol and diesel powerplants. The first generation Jumper was available in four length types (from 112.2 to 145.6 inches) with three wheelbases. The load volume varied from 8 cubic meters to 17 cubic meters. A wide range of body styles was introduced to satisfy consumers' demands in terms of volume and payload. The first generation Citroen Jumper was fitted with a 1.9L 1905 cc, L4 Diesel Turbo engine. The cabin was spacious, perfectly soundproof and equipped with a huge number of amenities and accessories.

    The second generation Citroen Jumper was unveiled at the Madrid Motor Show in 2006. Its gross weight was less than 4 tons, and the payload capacity was up to 17 cubic meters. Later, the French automaker presented the Jumper Combi version designed for passenger transportation. The Citroen Jumper has a wide range of cabin configurations (standard, single, and double). It comes with two types of diesel engines, namely 2.2 HDi (100hp and 120hp) and 3.0 HDi, developing power from 100 to 157 horsepower. HDi distinctive feature is reduction of fuel consumption, as well as a 20% reduction in CO2 emissions.

    The new generation Jumper engines are paired with manual gearboxes, five-speed (for the entry-level model) and six-speed ones. New Citroen is fitted with the following parts: athermic windscreen, 6 airbags (side and passenger), ABS, and ESP. The included emergency braking system (EBS) is to protect the driver in dangerous situations, too. It is triggered when the system detects that the driver is not braking hard enough. The Jumper is also available in a wide range of body shapes.

    Any van has to have more than just extra space in order to be noteworthy. There has to be something more. The Jumper has that little extra, displaying modern style coupled with a boxy look that is street-credible. With its refined interior controls and spacious yet efficient seating arrangement, the extra cargo space is not seen as just "extra," but actually convenient and user-friendly. Citroen has prided itself on producing logical, effective, and stylish automobiles. The Jumper is no exception.

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