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Citroen Jumper I - Specifications

Citroen Jumper I Short wheelbase / Low roof version (L1/H1)
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

4680

2850

2102

2510

1769

1190

Citroen Jumper I Short wheelbase / Mid Height version (L1/H2)
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

4680

2850

2152

2510

1769

1190

Citroen Jumper I Short wheelbase / High roof version (L1/H3)
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

4680

2850

2420

2510

1769

1190

Citroen Jumper I Medium wheelbase / Low roof version (L2/H1)
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

5099

3200

2102

2860

1769

1190

Citroen Jumper I Medium wheelbase / Mid Height version (L2/H2)
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

5099

3200

2152

2860

1769

1190

Citroen Jumper I Medium wheelbase / High roof version (L2/H3)
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

5099

3200

2420

2860

1769

1190

Citroen Jumper I Long Wheelbase / Low roof version (L3/H1)
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

5599

3700

2152

3360

1769

1190

Citroen Jumper I Long Wheelbase / Mid Height version (L3/H2)
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

5599

3700

2420

3360

1769

1190


Specifications Van Citroen Jumper I of Transit Center.

The first-generation Citroen Jumper debuted in 1994 at the International Commercial Vehicle Show in Geneva. Giorgetto Giugiaro was responsible for the design of the new van, which was to minimize the coefficient of air resistance in vans. Work on the new project began in 1987. The car, thanks to the use of innovative solutions, modern design and durable power engines, received the title of Van of the Year in 1995, and more precisely the construction of this car, because we must remember that Citroen Jumper is a twin model for Peugeot Boxer and Fiat Ducato II.

Citroen Jumper is a direct successor to the Citroen C25, which was offered in the years 1981 - 1993. Citroen C25 was also based on the design of Fiat Ducato and Peugeot J5. The first-generation Citroen Jumper, however, had much greater transport capabilities. He offered with three different versions of the wheelbase (L1 - L3) and different heights (H1 - H4). The version designated L1H1 had a wheelbase of 2.850 mm and a height of 2.150 mm, the L2H2 version had a wheelbase of 3.200 mm and a height of 2.470 mm, while the longest and highest version of the L3H4 had a wheelbase of 3.700 mm and a height of 2.860 mm.

In 2002, the car also underwent a slight modernization of the front and interior of the vehicle. Completely new headlights, a front grille and many other smaller elements have been introduced that made this van stand out from its predecessor (before the facelift). The car was now more modern and adapted to modern realities.

The extraordinary popularity of the van did not come from nowhere. The huge number of power engines to choose from and the body versions allowed for choosing the perfect vehicle for your own needs. The engine offer included both gasoline and diesel engines. From 1994 to 2002, there was only one 2.0i gasoline engine on offer, however, after 2002, CNG and LPG fueled engines with a capacity of 2 liters were also added to the offer.

However, choosing from diesel engines was more difficult, the offer was 10 engines until 2002, while after 2002 three more joined the offer. The power generated by diesel engines was at a level of 68 hp for the weakest engine 1.9D up to 146 hp for the 2.8 HDI engine, Iveco construction.

Petrol engines:

Engine

2.0

2.0 Natural Power (CNG)

2.0 (LPG)

Engine code

PSA RFL (XU10J2U)

PSA RFL (XU10J2U)

PSA RFL (XU10J2U)

Engine (cc)

1998

1998

1998

Power (HP)

110

97

110

Diesel engines:

Engine

1.9 D

1.9 D

1.9 TD

1.9 TD

2.0 HDI

2.2 HDI

2.5 D

2.5 TD

2.5 TDI

2.8 TDI

2.8 HDI

2.8i dTD

Engine code

PSA DJY (XUD9Y)

PSA D8C (XUD9AU)

PSA DHY (XUD9TE)

PSA D8C (XUD9TF)

PSA RHV (DW10UTD)

PSA 4HY (DW12UTED)

PSA T9A (DJ5)

PSA T8A (DJ5T)

PSA THX (DJ5TED)

Iveco 8140.43

Iveco 8140.43S

Iveco 8140.43N

Engine (cc)

1905

1905

1905

1905

1997

2179

2446

2446

2446

2800

2800

2800

Power (HP)

68

69

82

90

80

84

110

84

116

109

87

122

 
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