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Engines and Transmission

Engines and Transmission

Overview

The Citan’s engine line-up has been designed to support a range of business needs, cost-effectively – delivering combined fuel efficiency of up to 67.3mpg – and with an eye on reducing your environmental impact.

Engines

Whatever you're looking for, there's a Citan engine to you meet your business's needs. All engines drive the front wheels for superior traction, even in difficult road conditions

  • Deisel - advanced turbo engines deliver high levels of torque with power outputs of either 75hp (55 kW), 90hp (66 kW) or 110hp (81 kW) engines, with BlueEFFICIENCY technology as standard
  • Petrol - our advanced 114hp (84 kW) engine, with BlueEFFICIENCY technology as standard. Excluding Citan 112 26G-DCT Automatic transmission.

All Citan engines meet the requirements of the Euro 6 emissions standard and, with innovative BlueEFFICIENCY technologies as standard, can help reduce operating costs and boost your business’s profitability.

BlueEFFICIENCY. What the city's been waiting for.

Mercedes-Benz is absolutely committed to shaping the future of mobility responsibly and sustainably - and the Citan is a big part of this commitment. By reducing CO2 emissions in city traffic, our innovative BlueEFFICIENCY technologies improve the environment for everyone – while also reducing your fuel consumption. Features include (depending on model):

• ECO start/stop function
• Tyres optimised for rolling resistance
• Alternator management
• Battery management

Fuel economy and emissions

109CDI - up to 65.7 mpg combined. Emissions standard: Euro 6
111CDI - up to 64.2 mpg combined. Emissions standard: Euro 6
112 - up to 46.3 mpg combined. Emissions standard: Euro 6

Superior power and transmission

Depending on the engine you choose, the Citan will either have a five or six-speed manual transmission. 112 petrol versions can also be specified with a dual-clutch automatic transmission. The precise manual transmissions offer a high level of ride comfort and have a positive effect on fuel consumption.