Super practical, pity it's not made by Honda!!
Rear seat backrest refused to come back up after folding forward. This was caused by the previous owner fitting seat covers and forgetting to replace the plastic guide for the centre rear seat belt. If this is missing, what happens is that on folding flat the backrest, the seat belt goes right inside the backrest, and the seat belt stop trigger is actioned, and the belt refuses to come out to allow the backrest to return to its normal upright position!!!
The seat has to be removed, and turned till the backrest is in its normal upright position, the belt carefully pulled out, allowing the lower seat section to fold down again, replace the plastic guide back around the belt, making sure the black button is on the outside of the guide.
Plus my nearside front spring has just broken for no visible reason, can things get worse???
My daughters 2001 Berlingo 1.6 petrol Multi-space has done 28,000 with no trouble.
Perhaps the front spring breaking at 17.000 on my one is just bad luck, or are Citroen keeping quiet about a faulty batch of front springs fitted to some 2002/2003 Multi-spaces?
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 17th April, 2006