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Have you ever owned or driven a Citroen Relay? Did you have to buy any replacement parts for the vehicle? If so then let us know about your experience of the Relay. You can share your views in the comments box at the bottom of the page.

Citroen Relay Overview

The Citroen Relay is classed as a light commercial van and is produced by the French automobile manufacturers Citroen who are part of the larger PSA Peugeot Citroen group. This vehicle is only sold as the Citroen Relay in the UK, it is known as the Citroen Jumper elsewhere. This was designed in conjunction with Peugeot and Fiat and is also sold as the Fiat Ducato and the Peugeot Boxer. Although the earlier Relay was not as accomplished as the Ford Transit the latest version is more than a match for it. They are value for money, great to drive, very spacious and have really good engines installed. How do you compare the Citroen Relay?

Citroen Relay History

The first generation Citroen Relay (1994-2006) is a New Sevel produced version, produced by the Italian company Sevel Sud and sold as the Fiat Ducato, Citroen Relay/Jumper and Peugeot Boxer. The Relay is available in both long and short wheel base versions and also has a few different models available. In 2002 there was a makeover to the Relay which gave slight alterations to the exterior and engine range.

The second generation (2006 - ) is the current version on the market. There are many variations available, with up to 3.5 tonne weight limits. This version is a huge improvement on its predecessor and is able to rival the Ford Transit and other leading vans of the class. This version has some cool features such as satellite navigation and stolen vehicle tracking.


Panel van
Chassis Cab
Crew Cab
Luton van

Fuel Economy

There have been a number of different engines available for the Citroen Relay. The only petrol engine available was the 2.0L which was only available in the first generation. The diesel engines are: 1.9, 2.0, 2.2, 2.3, 2.5, 2.8 and 3.0L. The latest diesel engines are known for their fuel economy, and said to be one of the top vans in this department. Which engine do you have for your Relay and how does if fair economically?


The available gearboxes for the Citroen Relay are the 4-speed automatic and 5-speed manual for the first generation and the 6-speed manual for the latest version. Which gearbox do you have for your Citroen relay and how does it perform? Have a look at the Citroen gearbox page to find your Relay gearbox parts.


You will find the parts you are looking for here at Breakeryard. Our comprehensive network of UK Breakers has many parts available for all makes and models. You can enter your vehicle details in our part finder or visit the Relay parts page to locate the exact part you need.