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Citroen Berlingo

Rating
Score
ADULT OCCUPANT
****
27
Front: 11.6
Side: 14.6
Seatbelt reminder: 1
CHILD OCCUPANT
****
39
PEDESTRIAN
**
10


 
Adult occupant protection
Head: Good, Neck: Good, Chest: Marginal, Upper leg right: Marginal, Upper leg left: Marginal, Lower leg right: Good, Lower leg left: Adequate, Right foot: Good, Left foot: Good
Frontal impact driver
Head: Good, Neck: Good, Chest: Adequate, Upper leg right: Adequate, Upper leg left: Adequate, Lower leg right: Good, Lower leg left: Good
Frontal impact passenger
Head: Good, Chest: Marginal, Abdomen: Good, Pelvis: Good
Side impact driver

Child restraints
18 month old ChildRomer Baby safe, rearward facing
3 year old ChildRomer Duo Plus, forward facing
Pedestrian protection

Pedestrian protection

Safety equipment
Front seatbelt pretensioners
Front seatbelt load limiters
Driver frontal airbag
Front passenger frontal airbag
Side body airbags
Side head airbags
Driver knee airbag
Car details
Tested modelCitroen Berlingo 1.6 Hdi (90HP), LHD
Body type5 door MPV
Year of publication2008
Kerb weight1482kg
VIN from which rating appliesApplies to all applies 08 model year Berlingos

Comments
The manufacturer states that the Peugeot Partner is built on the same platform as the Berlingo and shares the same specification.

Front impact
The passenger compartment remained stable in the impact. Structures in the dashboard presented a risk of injury to the knees and femurs of the driver and passenger.

Side impact
A head-protecting airbag is not available so a pole test was not done.

Child occupant
The Berlingo has a switch to deactivate the passenger's airbag to allow a rearward-facing child restraint to be used in that seating position. However, information provided to the driver regarding the status of the airbag did not meet Euro NCAP's requirements. The presence of ISOFIX and top-tether anchorages in the rear outboard seats was not clearly marked.

Pedestrian
The bonnet surface and its front edge were rated as predominantly poor for the protection they offered to the head and legs of a struck pedestrian.

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