Pössl Cult Campster

Citroën Pössl Campster Cult

The Citroën Pössl Campster, which is based on the SpaceTourer, was unveiled at the 2016 Caravan Salon and entered series production in 2017. The compact camper van, which was developed in collaboration with the long-established Pössl Freizeit und Sport GmbH, offers the very highest standards of travel comfort. Thanks to its versatility, variability and equipment highlights, long journeys, big adventures or even just short days out can become shared moments of relaxation. The tremendous feedback from customers is testament to the fact that this recreational vehicle represents a real alternative on the market. Since production started around two years ago, 2,500 vehicles have already been sold.

Citroën Pössl Campster Cult

The Citroën Pössl Campster Cult is characterised by a design package comprising the special colour lagoon blue (introduced in 2016), a range of add-ons and a black roof. Other equipment highlights include the ‘Yumi’ living space, a detachable trailer hitch, parking package and tinted windows. The name ‘Cult’ was chosen because the Citroën Pössl Campster has indeed achieved a certain cult status.

The Citroën Pössl Campster is the perfect companion for people who love days out just as much as long drives or even big adventures. The compact camper van, which is based on the Citroën SpaceTourer, features a functional and comfortable interior with rotating front seats and a two-seater bench, which have been ingeniously combined with the integrated kitchen module. The customer can also choose to have the kitchen module removed and an additional bench installed to create room for up to seven people inside the van. The Citroën Pössl Campster is also exceptionally versatile and offers an extra-large interior sleeping area for two people and two additional sleeping areas in the panoramic pop-top roof.

Equipped with a two-burner gas stove, sink, water container and large fridge, the compact kitchen unit also offers plenty of space for storing cooking utensils. The variable kitchen element is removable, which not only creates extra space inside the vehicle, but also gives travellers the opportunity to cook outdoors or in the awning. Cabinets and drawers provide ample storage space for clothes and other luggage. The glass window in the split tailgate can be opened separately so that the vehicle can be loaded and unloaded more quickly.

For relaxed, safe driving in everyday traffic, the Citroën Pössl Campster is equipped with state-of-the-art assistance systems including ABS, Hill Start Assist, ESP – including traction control system with display, speed controller and limiter – and a visibility package.

Conversion by Musketier Exclusiv Tuning

The vehicle showcased at the 2019 trade fair was transformed into a really special eye-catcher by the experts from Musketier Exclusiv Tuning. In addition to the comprehensive range of equipment available in the Citroën Pössl Campster Cult, the compact camper van features a stainless-steel front bracket, stainless-steel sidebar set, load sill guard and the Travel off-road set with MUD tyres.

This recreational vehicle, which will be showcased at the Caravan Salon, is equipped with the highly powerful and efficient BlueHDi 150 diesel engine, which meets the Euro 6d-TEMP exhaust emission standard. The BlueHDi 150 provides 110 kW (150 hp) of power, ensuring relaxed and comfortable travel.

The price for the Musketier off-road package is €2,677 (including VAT, plus installation and registration fees).

The basic model of the Citroën Pössl Campster (BlueHDi 120) is available from €38,999 including VAT.

Strong performance in the camping and caravan segment

In Europe, the brand recorded the biggest growth of any automotive manufacturer in the caravan segment over the past three years. In the first half of 2019, Citroën increased its European market share in Europe to 10.4%, making it the number two brand in Europe.

In Germany – by far the largest European market for camper vans – the popularity of the compact camper vans as represented by the Jumper, Jumpy and SpaceTourer Citroën models is reflected in the current registration figures. In the first half of 2019, Citroën recorded 4,809 registrations, an increase of 32.9% on the same period in the previous year and corresponding to a market share of 13.6%. This puts Citroën in the number two spot for the whole of Germany.

 

 

Consumption data for the Citroën Pössl Campster; differences possible for the Citroën Pössl Campster Cult

Fuel consumption in l/100 km combined for Citroën Pössl Campster BlueHDi 120: 5.8;
CO2 emissions in g/km combined: 154

Fuel consumption in l/100 km combined for Citroën Pössl Campster BlueHDi 150: 6.6;
CO2 emissions in g/km combined: 176

 

The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions were determined according to the newly introduced ‘Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure’ (WLTP). Due to the more realistic test conditions, these are often higher than the NEDC values. To maintain comparability with the vehicles measured according to the previous test procedure (NEDC), the values calculated back in correlation in accordance with the applicable regulations will be listed in accordance with the NEDC standard here.

 

More information about the official fuel consumption and specific CO2 emissions of new cars can be found in ‘Guide to fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and electricity consumption of new cars’, which is available free of charge at all sales outlets or at www.dat.de.

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