Citroën has always sold light commercial vehicles. Even the 10HP, launched in 1919, had a commercial variant. During the 1920s and 1930s, the B2, 5HP, B12, B14, C4, C6, 8CV, 10CV and even the Traction Avant (11CV) successfully continued the line of commercial vehicles.
After the Second World War, the 2CV Van took over. Sold in a range of versions between 1951 and 1978, it was ultimately replaced by the Acadiane. This model, which was based on the Dynane, remained in production until 1987, joined by the C15 which made its debut in1984.
As a result of its success, the C15 remained the principal small van until 1996, finally superseded by the Berlingo. The C15 nevertheless continued its career until 2006. The range of light commercial vehicles currently comprises the first-series Berlingo, Nemo, launched in 2007, and the second-series Berlingo launched in 2008.