Built to carry heavy loads, the Citroen Relay is strong and dependable, making it perfect for those who need to transport a large number of heavy items. It is the largest panel van in its range and has great versatility, coming in 8 different variations.
The L3H3 is the tallest version of the Citroen Relay. It gives you that extra bit of room, taking the storage volume up to 15m3 but, with a payload of 1.3 tonnes – which is still a hefty weight - it can’t carry as heavy a load as the shorter vans.
There is still more than enough room to fit about 3 pallets into the back of this Relay van with the dimensions of the doors making it pretty straightforward when it comes to loading and unloading. Whether it’s the sliding door on the side or the barn doors at the back which open up to 180 degrees, both access options have plenty of room for a forklift to assist with the loading. The van has a low sill but this can be even lower with the inclusion of a pneumatic suspension making things even easier. This also makes for a more comfortable drive.
Talking about a comfortable drive, big vans can sometimes have a reputation of being quite awkward to manoeuvre but this is unfair if you’re talking about the Citroen Relay. Turning and parking is made easy with light handling and the reversing sensors to warn you about that hidden bollard behind your van. In the cab, you have Sat Nav, DAB radio and air condition to give you much needed comfort on those long journeys.
The Citroen Relay vans are equipped with Blue HDi diesel engines, which are some of the most efficient and environmentally friendly engines around. The L3H3 Relay comes with the 130 version. Economically, these really benefit the large Citroen Relay providing a fuel consumption of 45.6mpg and low CO2 emissions of 163g/km.
We, at vansales.com have different options for how you can purchase a Citroen Relay. The van is available via hire purchase, finance lease, contract hire or outright purchase.