Ambulance vehicles are used to transport sick or injured people and, in some instances, to provide outpatient medical care. Ambulances must operate reliably on all roads and in all traffic conditions, so they need the best safety systems available.
|112 KA||112 KB|
|Cargo volume (m3)||5||5|
|No. of seats (incl. driver)||2||5|
|Engine types||In-line 4||In-line 4|
|KW (HP)||84 (114)||84 (114)|
|Max torque (Nm)||190||190|
|Emission classes||Euro 5||Euro 5|
|Gearboxes (speeds)||Manual (6)||Manual (6)|
The Citan response vehicle: your powerhouse for urgent assistance.
An ambulance or emergency response vehicle is the first to reach the scene of an emergency. The Citan’s high-level dynamics and impressive performance make it an ideal vehicle for this purpose – be it in dense city traffic, where you benefit from the Citan’s compact size and manoeuvrability, or on the open roads, where you can use its pulling power to the full.