Used Citroen Relay Vans

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Citroen Relay  2023, 1 miles, £28194 +9
Citroen Relay £28,194

2023

Manual

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Mileage: 1

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Citroen Relay  2024, 5 miles, £29998 +24
Citroen Relay £29,998

2024

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Mileage: 5

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Citroen Relay  2024, 5 miles, £29998 +24
Citroen Relay £29,998

2024

Manual

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Mileage: 5

Diesel

Citroen Relay  2024, 5 miles, £29998 +24
Citroen Relay £29,998

2024

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 5

Diesel

Citroen Relay  2023, 10 miles, £23990 +19
Citroen Relay £23,990
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2023

Manual

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Mileage: 10

Diesel

Citroen Relay  2023, 10 miles, £32394 +24
Citroen Relay £32,394

2023

Manual

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Mileage: 10

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Citroen Relay  2023, 10 miles, £32394 +24
Citroen Relay £32,394

2023

Manual

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Mileage: 10

Diesel

Citroen Relay  2023, 10 miles, £32394 +24
Citroen Relay £32,394

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 10

Diesel

Citroen Relay  2023, 10 miles, £32394 +24
Citroen Relay £32,394

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 10

Diesel

Citroen Relay  2023, 50 miles, £28788 +24
Citroen Relay £28,788

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 50

Diesel

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Why buy a used Citroen Relay with Exchange and Mart?

If you're looking for a large panel van, the choices are dizzying. Many manufacturers all clamour for your money, each offering a range of several hundred model permutations that, when broken down, all do much the same thing. How on earth do you make a selection and have any confidence that it's the right one? Or, come to that, even a good one? The good news first. The van market has become so competitive in recent years that the dross has been shaken out. The other factor that's going to make choosing a big van so much easier is that there are basically just four fundamental vehicle families to choose from. You can go for the trusty Transit from Ford, the high-end Volkswagen Crafter/Mercedes Sprinter package, the increasingly popular Renault Master/Nissan Interstar tie-up or the van we take a look at here, the Citroen Relay, also sold as Peugeot Boxer, the Vauxhall Movano and the Fiat Ducato. The Relay's been with us since 2007 but the latest model with its BlueHDi engine and EV technology looks best set to crack some decent numbers in the UK sales charts.

About the Citroen Relay

Citroen, it seems, is serious about replicating its compact van sales success in the large LCV sector. They've colaborated on what is one of the best designs in this marketplace, then equipped it to stand out from its Fiat and Peugeot rival stablemates. And in summary? Well it's true that build quality still isn't quite a match for more expensive competitors, but it is much improved. Ultimately, there may be more desirable large panel vans out there, but few make more sense than this Relay. If you thought all big LCVs were the same, perhaps it's time you concentrated on how manufacturers really differentiate their products. On that score, Citroën's done a great job with this model. It deserves your attention.