French automobile manufacturers made the panel van known as the Citroen C15 between the years of 1984 and 2005.
Based on an old vehicle known as the Citroen Visa, the Citroen C15 utilizes either a 1.7 or 1.9 liter diesel Configuration. In addition to its standard van Configuration, the Citroen C15 is also available with rear side windows and a rear seat. This makes it in many ways a front runner to contemporary utility vehicles like the Renault Kangoo, the Peugeot Partner, and the Citroen Berlingo.
By the year 2005, over a million units of the Citroen C15 had been produced. The last three copies of the Citroen C15 were given to prominent individuals, including one of the car factory workers in Vigo, where the car had been produced; the Museum of Citroen cars in the town of Aulnay; and the government of Vigo in the Spanish city where the car had been produced for the last few years.
Throughout the eighteen years of the Citroen C15’s existence, many small changes and upgrades were made to the vehicle. These include trim details in the latter half of the 1990s, which effected something of a major face lift for the vehicle. Eventually, models with load capacities of 600 kg and 800 kg were introduced on the market.