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Mercedes Citan Products

We sell the following floor mats for Mercedes Citan.
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The Mercedes Citan is a first for Mercedes - a small commercial vehicle. It’s the first small van to wear the Mercedes badge, and it’s a result of the collaboration on commercial vehicles between Mercedes & Renault. Although Mercedes and Renault may be different brands, with Mercedes being the most prestigious - it’s easy to see why Mercedes chose Renault to partner with, the Citan is based on one of the world’s most popular vans, the Renault Kangoo.

The Mercedes Citan, although the smallest van in the Mercedes range - comes in three different sizes, including a five seater crew van and tourer variants which can have up to seven seats. The Citan is powered by a 1.5 litre diesel engine, which can be specified in a 94bhp or 114 bhp version. The interior of the van is a strong point in the segment, with a smart and useful interior being used. Standard equipment across the range includes cruise control, speed limiter as well as bluetooth radio. Comfort Pack, which is an optional extra adds on luxuries such as air conditioning, armrest as well as parking sensors and electric door mirrors. The extras list continues to encompass sat-nav, DAB Radio as well as a reversing camera.

At Simply Car Mats, we stock and supply an excellent range of fully tailored car mats for all variants of the Mercedes Citan. These mats are available in both rubber and carpet options, with customers choosing between these two types depending upon the usage of the van. Those using these vans as company cars and transport may use carpet mats, whilst those working in construction and building sites would be best suited to rubber mats. If you choose carpet mats, you can choose between a wide number of options, from carpet thickness, carpet edging colour, carpet colour and also custom embroidery.

All of the Mercedes Citan Mats that we supply, are fully tailored - protecting the difficult to clean interior of the van. We never supply universal mats, which not only fail to protect the interior of the vehicle, but also slide around the surface floor of the vehicle - in some cases ending up underneath the pedals of the vehicle causing an accident.

You can view the full range above, and as always - please get in touch if you have any questions.