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post #1 of 16 Old 03-17-2014, 03:16 PM Thread Starter
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2015 Citroen Jumper Spyshots: A glimpse of the competition

I thought I would post this picture up that shows the front of the Citroen Jumper van. This van is basically the same as the Fiat Ducato and the Ram Promaster, the difference being the front end. So if you hail from Europe, then this is another full-size van that you could consider instead of the Chevy City Express.





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I love those headlights, look amazing to me. almost car-like. probably one of the better things to be done to this.



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great more versions of vans.

it seems like people shop for the brand more than for a car.

Manufacturers are simply selling rebranded cars to us and we are buying them!
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its understandable people shop going off of the brand, i think it's only the very well informed that will look to any brand that offers a good product.



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this of course will be a europe only model. i like the bumper

looks chunky but aggressive.
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I am surprised at how many of these vans are only branded differently instead of actually being a different vehicle. It seems very common to do this. Why do you think this is so much more popular to do in this area of the industry.?



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Peugeot also has a version as well. Makes sense, PSA-Peugeot-Citroen is the company name

Not for anything but I believe the City Express is a North America only thing. Chevy pulled out of europe at the end of 2013...
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Peugeot also has a version as well. Makes sense, PSA-Peugeot-Citroen is the company name

Not for anything but I believe the City Express is a North America only thing. Chevy pulled out of europe at the end of 2013...
I suppose that quite a number of them are the same vehicle but they don't compete against each other because the brands are operating in different countries. I don't think there are wildly different demands on what people want from a work van between different countries. Its a bit of a one size fits all deal.



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Forgot to ask this but is there anything you guys think should be changed? Or is everyone happy with what they did here??



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I suppose that quite a number of them are the same vehicle but they don't compete against each other because the brands are operating in different countries. I don't think there are wildly different demands on what people want from a work van between different countries. Its a bit of a one size fits all deal.
no they're all sold in the same markets. Peugeot and Citroen sell in identical markets and FIAT is a pretty common sight across Europe.

My point being that the City Express is a small urban van and here its being compared to a full size van. Its not a one size fits all deal, that's why they make different sizes
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