The 2017 Citroen Jumpy or 2017 Citroen Jumper is a commercial car model manufactured by Citroën since 1994, replacing the Citroën C25. The Jumper is almost identical to the Fiat Ducato and Peugeot Boxer. In the UK, the Citroen Jumpy is sold under the name Citroën Relay. Like sister models, the 2017 Jumpey is particularly popular as a trailer for motor homes.
2017 Citroen Jumpy Features
The exterior of the cars was completely renewed and numerous improvements were made to the comfort of the cab. 2017 Citroen Jumpy is available with three different lengths of wheelbase, four overall lengths, and three high heights. Depending on the cargo space, the cargo space is 8-17 cubic meters. At the beginning of 2013, a Ram ProMaster designed for North America was introduced, manufactured by the subsidiary Ram Trucks of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. In fact, the Citroen Jumpy 2017 model is practically the same as the models sold in Europe, with the exception of a different engine variant.
The actual facelift was carried out in 2014. Keila’s appearance was modernized with new lights, front grille, and buffers, and small changes were made to rear lights. New LED headlights also feature LED daytime running lights. In the cab, the seats were refurbished, and an optional five-way multifunction display with remote control of the radio and rear view camera is available as an accessory. The cruise control also came as standard. As technical improvements, the brakes are more efficient than the previous one, and steel has been added to improve torsional stiffness.
2017 Citroen Jumpy Engine
The only gasoline engine of the range was a 2.0-liter (108 hp) eight-way SOHC with multipoint injection. All diesel engines were SOHC-type. Jumper’s range consisted of 1.9 D (68 hp) and TD (91 hp) and 2.5 D (85 hp) and TD (102 hp). For the first time, in addition to the five-speed manual transmission, a four-speed automatic was also available. Gasoline engines were abandoned, and all diesel engines are DOHC type and 16-valve. Initially available was 2.2- (100 hp), 2.3 (120/130 hp) and 3.0-liter (155 hp) HDis. The 2.2-liter engine comes from Ford, others are made by Iveco.
In 2011 all three disarms were lightly renewed. No real changes were made in the interior, but in the interior, the center console of the dashboard changed to a new one and the quality of the materials improved. In the engine selection, the power options of the 2.2 HDi were 100, 130 and 150 horsepower and the new 3.0-liter power was 175 horsepower.
The 2.5 TD was transformed into a direct injection in 1998 and its power increased to 106 horsepower. The new engine was the Iveco 2.8 TD (120 hp), which also had direct injection. The old 2,5 D left the range in 1999. Larger engine upgrades were expected until the year 2000. Then all engines came from catalytic converters and 1.9 TD’s power increased to 89 hp. Completely new engines were 2.0-liter HDi (83 hp) and 2.8 HDi (126 hp). 2.8 D was removed from Jumper and Boxer’s selections, but Ducato was still available for 2017 Citroen Jumpy model.