All set and ready to be loaded, this Citroën Jumper chassis-cab with a Tijhof beavertail truck bed. Simple and light, as there is no tilting system. The truck is owned by a car detailer, so I assume the winch behind the cab is barely used.
The Citroën’s engine is sourced from Iveco (FPT, nowadays); an inline-four, DOHC 16v turbodiesel with a displacement of 3.0 liter and a maximum power output of 157 DIN-hp. That’s quite a big diesel engine, in this truck segment. From a European point of view, I must hastily add.
In the background, from left to right: a 2003 Škoda Fabia Combi, 2015 Volkswagen Polo, 2012 Toyota Yaris (hybrid), 2002 Toyota Yaris (first gen) and a canary yellow, 2005 Renault Kangoo.
The Renault van is photobombing, due to its color. Of course you’ve already recognized the truck’s cab and its face. Indeed, one of the FCA-PSA quadruplets: Fiat Ducato, Ram ProMaster, Peugeot Boxer and Citroën Jumper.
There it goes, carrying a second (and current) gen Toyota Aygo. And that’s one of the Toyota-PSA triplets: Peugeot 108, Citroën C1 and said Toyota. An A-segment hatchback, that must be an easy job for both detailer and his truck.