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Two new models join Citroen's Ready to Run programme

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Developed by leading European specialist Snoeks Automotive, the new Dispatch Crew Van 6-seat version is converted by CoTrim, Snoeks' UK agent. The six-seater crew van conversion can be fitted to all Dispatch L1H1 1200 & L2H1 1200 panel vans.

The three rear seats, fitted as part of the Crew Van conversion, have individual headrests and each seat has a three-point seatbelt. All seats, seat mountings and seatbelt mounting points are fully M1 tested (20g pull tested).  The bulkhead behind the rear seats is tested to DIN 75410-3 load retention standards.

To maximise the rear load compartment's deck length, the conversion also allows long loads to extend under the seat squab.  The Dispatch L1 crew van has a floor deck length in the load compartment of 1,810mm, whilst the L2 model offers 2,110mm.  The Dispatch Crew Van 6-seat conversion is priced from £13,895 + VAT + delivery.

Also new to the Ready to Run programme is a low-loading, high-cube Supertrucks Space Van. Based on the Relay back-to-back cab, its benefits include the lowest deck height/step height of any van available in the UK.

Available with a choice of two body deck lengths (4,100mm or 4,500mm) and two body volumes (20.4 or 22.29cu.m), the new Supertrucks Space Van is ideal for a wide choice of low-density, high-volume transport applications including furniture, bedding, office equipment, removals and computer/white goods transport. 

Even with standard steel suspension, the Space Van offers easy walk-in accessibility with a load deck height of only 550mm and a step height of 370mm. Dependent on specification, the Space Van offers a payload of up to 1,300kg and is offered as part of the Citroen Ready to Run range and is priced from just £24,825 + VAT + delivery.

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