Taxis are used to transport passengers between locations of their choice – comfortable, on-time service is a must. A variety of special taxi vehicles is available: airport taxis, taxis with wheelchair accessibility, fixed-route taxis or demand-responsive transport vehicles.
|No. of seats (incl. driver)||5|
|Total vehicle length (mm)||4,321|
|Engine types||In-line 4|
|KW (HP)||84 (114)|
|Max torque (Nm)||190|
|Emission classes||Euro 5|
|Gearboxes (speeds)||Manual (6)|
Accessible for all: thanks to wide doors, ramps and lifts.
Ample space and easy accessible, high and wide doors make the Citan an ideal taxi vehicle when wheelchair accessibility is needed. Wheelchair access can be obtained by rails, ramps or different types of lifts – either through the rear or side door.
Compact in size, yet big on safety.
Despite being the smallest van in the Mercedes-Benz family, the Citan offers a huge range of safety features. ADAPTIVE ESP® (Electronic Stability Program), Brake Assist and ABS are standard for every Citan, making for impressively short stopping distances and good responses on various road conditions.
When it matters most, you can never have enough safety. The Citan’s standard equipment includes height-adjustable three-point seat belts with belt tensioners and belt force limiters, daytime running lamps, Start-Off Assist, driver and front passenger airbags, thorax bags and window bags.