2017 Citroen Jumper a midi and maxi van produced by Citroën. The first generation was produced between 1994 and 2006, and the second generation was launched in 2006. Some markets are sold as 2017 Citroën Relay. The Citroën Jumper II appeared on the market in 2006. The new model, as well as its predecessors, has front-wheel drive and transversely-mounted engines. All three cars have a low coefficient of air resistance Cx = 0.31. The interior of the Jumper is reminiscent of comfort and the ability to attach additional equipment cars.
Citroën Jumper II has a payload from 1075 to 1945 kg. Carriages have a capacity of 8 to 17 m. The maximum permissible gross weight has increased to 4.0 tons. In the new model, petrol engines are discontinued and only diesel vehicles are available. A new 3.0-liter diesel engine with 115 kW (156 hp) was also introduced.
2017 Citroen Jumper Features
2017 Citroen Jumper (with Fiat Ducato and Peugeot Boxer) was presented in 1994 at the Geneva Motor Show. The new model, together with its twins, was chosen by Van Of The Year. Work on the new commercial van was launched in 1987 (Giorgetto Giugiaro from Ital Design). During the design of the jumper a lot of attention was attached to the optimization of the air resistance coefficient, thus achieving Cx = 0.35.
At the beginning of the current century Citroën Jumper was launched in Brazil with the use of components manufactured in Europe. In February 2002 facelifting of all models (Ducato / Boxer / Jumper) was conducted. Changed the appearance of the car, modernized the interior and engine palette.
2017 Citroen Jumper Engine
Like the C25, this also features a front-mounted engine with a transverse engine and a self-supporting body. Front McPherson front suspension (with or without stabilizer) and rear rigid rear axle mounted on parabolic springs. Also introduced to the production of 2017 Citroen Jumper 4-wheel drive with engines 2.0i, 1.9TD, 2.5D, 2.5TD, 2.5TDI, 2.8HDI (127HP).