UNDER THE BONNET The Citan is assembled at the Renault
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plant in Maubeuge, France, but its engine is the result of a joint venture between Renault and Nissan. The Citan's four-cylinder, 1.46-litre common-rail diesel engine is therefore well-established in a range of engine power outputs, and in a variety of cars such as Renault's Clio, Nissan's Qashqai and Mercedes' A-Class. The BlueEfficiency package helps reduce average engine CO2 emissions to 123g/km, while service intervals are variable dependant on use. Citan is backed-up by a three-year unlimited mileage warranty.