What is a Citroen Jumpy?

The Citroën Jumpy (badged Citroën Dispatch in some countries) is a light commercial van jointly developed by Fiat Group and PSA Group (currently Stellantis), and mainly manufactured by Sevel, a joint venture between the two companies since 1994.

Are Citroen engines reliable?

Citroen isn’t generally known for bulletproof reliability but our 2022 Driver Power owner satisfaction survey saw it come 13th out of 29 brands overall – a big improvement on its 28th place result in 2021.

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How long is a Citroen Relay?

The simple cube-like rear design ensures that load volume is maximised in even the smallest version. The lengths start at 4.96m (L1), progressing up to 5.41m (L2) and 5.99m (L3) before reaching the longest version at a massive 6.36m (L4).

How long is a Citroen Relay campervan?

Citroen Relay exterior dimensions:
Citroen Relay van L1H1 L4H2
Exterior length 4,963mm 6,363mm
Exterior height 2,254mm 2,522mm
Exterior width without door mirrors 2,050mm
Exterior width with door mirrors 2,508mm

How many miles will a Citroen Dispatch do?

Long-term tests

Citroen has also launched the e-Dispatch, an all-electric variant that offers 136bhp and two battery options: a 50kWh version with 148 miles of range, or a larger 75kWh battery that has a WLTP range of up to 211 miles.

How long is a Citroen Dispatch van?


The shorter 2.92m wheelbase is specific to the compact XS version which is only 4.6m long. The 3.27m wheelbase is used for both the M and XL models measuring 4.95m and 5.3m long respectively.

Are Citroen Dispatch reliable?

We say ‘fairly’ with some deliberation. This latest Dispatch has been subject to a number of safety recalls from Citroen, including issues with the engines – but also the suspension, the steering and the brakes. So, if you’re buying used make sure that all the recall work has been properly carried out.

Is a Citroen Dispatch as big as a transit?

Our ‘Medium’ Citroen Dispatch can carry 1,200kg – that’s 100kg more that the Ford Transit. Pick the ‘XL’ model and the payload for the Dispatch will increase to 1400kg, this will place the Transit even further behind by 300kg. The Dispatch is also available in a ‘XS’ variant.

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Can I turn a Citroen Dispatch into campervan?

We offer a range of services for Citroen Dispatch vans to be converted into your brand new campervan. Our campervans are designed and manufactured by our in house team of dedicated specialists, their attention to detail and eye for design are what makes our range of campervan services the best.

Is it cheaper to buy a campervan or convert a van?

Is it cheaper to convert a campervan than buy one? The answer is, yes. DIY conversions can save you a lot of money, and you can simply convert the van to whatever standards your budget allows. You’ll save loads on labour costs by converting your own van too.

Will diesel campervans become obsolete?

Right now, it looks like manufacturers are going to carry on building and selling diesel motorhomes and campers. They will likely do so for years to come. Some believe that this could be right up until the deadline in 2030.

Do you have to tell the DVLA if you convert a van to a camper?

Since rules changed in October 2019, there is no legal requirement to register a van as a campervan: a conversion can still be DVLA-registered as a panel van or similar, and a conversion van can legally be used as a campervan as long as it’s properly insured.

Is campervan insurance cheaper than van insurance?

Campervan insurance is generally 10% – 50% cheaper than van insurance. Contents Insurance – Vehicles registered as campervans generally have better contents insurance than panel vans. This is because a campervan contains personal belongings such as mobile phone, laptops, jewellery, etc.

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Do I need to insurance my van as a campervan?

Your insurance needs to be appropriate for the vehicle you drive, and a campervan isn’t the same as a car. Even if you have a converted campervan, then you need to get campervan insurance, rather than relying on your car insurance.

How old does a campervan have to be to be tax exempt?

An unexpected bonus for owners of older motorhomes: a motorhome or campervan built or first registered more than 40 years ago is exempt from road tax. Just apply for historic vehicle tax exemption to stay legal.

Can I drive a motorhome at 80 years old?

There’s no reason why you shouldn’t be able to drive a larger motorhome once you reach the age of 70, but there are licence requirements you’ll have to meet. Those licensing requirements depend on the size of the motorhome you want to drive.

What size motorhome can you drive at 70?

There is an additional complication when you reach 70. At this stage you will need to renew your driving licence. If you use the standard renewal procedure your C1 entitlement will be suspended and you will no longer be able to drive motorhomes between 3,500kg and 7,500kg until you have passed a medical.

Is my campervan MOT exempt?

Historic campervan MOT exemption

If your campervan was registered more than 40 years ago it is not mandatory to have an MOT but you may wish to voluntarily get an MOT for your campervan. You can be fined up to £2,500 and get three penalty points for using a vehicle in a dangerous condition.

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