What are the dimensions of the Citroën Jumper (2006-on)?
I'm working on my own panel van conversion, and I found that It's pretty hard to find the dimensions of just about any van. It's all over the place. That's why I've created this article. Why not help others that are doing something similar?
This page will be helpful when you're converting a van into a camper van, or when you're planning the layout for your new corporate van.'
- The interior dimensions (length) of the Citroën Jumper cargo space is 2670mm (L1), 3120mm (L2), 3705mm (L3), and 4070mm (L4).
- The interior width of the Citroën Jumper is 1870mm and the exterior width is 2254mm.
- The interior height of the Citroën Jumper is 1662mm (H1), 1932mm (H2), and 2172mm (H3).
- The wheelbase lengths are 3000mm (SWB), 3450mm (MWB), 3800mm (LWB), and 4035mm (XLWB).
- The width between the wheel arches on this model is 1422mm.
- The interior dimensions (length) of the Citroën Jumper cargo space is 105.1" (L1), 122.8" (L2), 145.9" (L3), and 160.2" (L4).
- The interior width of the Citroën Jumper is 73.6" and the exterior width is 88.7".
- The interior height of the Citroën Jumper is 65.4" (H1), 76.1" (H2), and 85.5" (H3).
- The wheelbase lengths are 118.1" (SWB), 135.8" (MWB), 149.6" (LWB), and 158.9" (XLWB).
- The width between the wheel arches on this model is 56".
Prefer tables? So do I. Click the button (scrolls down), or read on:
First, more on the Jumper
The Jumper is a rebranding of the Fiat Ducato. It uses the same chassis as the RAM ProMaster and the Peugeot Boxer. Check out the RAM ProMaster's dimensions here.
Dimensions in tables
Outside dimensions of the Jumper:
|Exterior length (mm)||4963||5413||5998||6363||2254|
|Exterior length (inch)||195.4||213.1||236.1||250.5||88.7|
All models of the Citroën Jumper have the same interior and exterior width: 73.6" or 1870mm (interior); and 88.7" or 2254mm (exterior).
Interior dimensions of the Jumper:
|Interior length (mm)||2670||3120||3705||4070||1870|
|Interior length (inch)||105.1||122.8||145.9||160.2||73.6|
Maximum floor surface:
|Max. floor area||L1||L2||L3||L4|
|Square meters (m2)||5||5.8||6.9||7.6|
|Square feet (ft2)||53.7||62.8||74.6||81.9|
Please note that this is an indication and does not take into account the wheel arches.
The width between the wheel arches on this model is 1422mm, or 56".
Citroën Jumper roof height:
|Roof in millimeters||H1||H2||H3|
|Interior height (mm)||1662||1932||2172|
|Exterior height (mm)||2254||2524||2764|
|Roof in inches||H1||H2||H3|
|Interior height (inch)||65.4||76.1||85.5|
|Exterior height (inch)||88.7||99.4||108.8|
|Wheelbase||short (SWB)||medium (MWB)||long (LWB)||extra-long (XLWB)|
|Wheelbase length (mm)||3000||3450||3800||4035|
|Wheelbase length (inch)||118||136||150||159|
|Doors||Side door||Rear door|
|Door width (mm)||1250||1562|
|Door height (mm)||1485||1520|
|Door height H2 (mm)||1790|
|Side door||Rear door|
|Door width (inch)||49.2||61.5|
|Door height (inch)||58.5||59.8|
|Door height H2 (inch)||70.5|
More Info on Dimensions
If you want to know...
- why there's a difference in exterior and interior width
- what L1 or H3 means
- how to read measurements
- or why dimensions matter
... I encourage you to read my post on how to understand van dimensions.
Can you stand up in a Citroën Citroën Jumper?
Standing up in an empty van
The interior roof height of a Citroën Jumper is
1662mm (H1) - 1932mm (H2) - 2172mm (H3) .
If you are of medium height (178cm or 5"10') you can't stand up in a Citroën Jumper H1. But you can stand up in a Citroën Jumper H2 and up.
What happens if I insulate the van?
Are you planning on insulating and cladding the floor and roof? In that case you can't stand up fully in a Jumper H1. But you would still be able to stand up in a H2 model and up.
What's a Citroën Jumper high top?
Citroën provides their Citroën Jumpers with both high and low tops. High tops are elevated roofs to provide more headroom. Generally, everything above H2 is considered a high top, and should offer sufficient space to stand up fully.
Citroën Jumper Camper Van Example
The Citroën Jumper is a great base to build a camper van from. Here's a cool example video of a full conversion (start to finish):
About Van Dimensions
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