For some reason, delivery truck drivers in the U.S. are stereotypically burly men driving big trucks. In Europe, I've noticed, this image doesn't necessarily hold true, especially when it comes to the vehicles the guys are driving. Take the Renault Kangoo ECO² we wrote about yesterday, for example, or Citroën's new Nemo, which was unveiled earlier this year but is now available.

Citroën's new entry-level light commercial model (a line-up that also includes the Berlingo, the Jumpy and the Jumper) is a compact delivery van that has one engine option that breaks the important 120 grams of CO2 per km limit. The Nemo HDi emits just 119 g of CO2 as it goes a kilometer. The Nemo is now available in Italy and Turkey and is coming to other countries in February.

Citroën has released a lot of high-res images of the Nemo (available in the gallery below) and there's a video featuring this truck after the jump.

[Source: Citroën]


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