The standard features of the Berlingo are the anti-lock or ABS braking system, power steering and air bags. Another standard feature is the central locking system, which allows the driver or passenger to lock and unlock the doors. The Berlingo comes with a trip computer so you can keep track of your mileage and gas mileage. It has electric front windows, internally adjustable mirrors and a Trafficmaster Satellite Navigation System. The Trafficmaster Satellite Navigation System allows the driver to find directions quickly and easily, hands-free. There is also a Trackstar Stolen Vehicle Tracking system and a CD Player which plays MP3 and WMA files.
Optional features are the Electronic Stability Program or ESP, with traction control. The ESP is a lateral slippage control system. You can also purchase the Hill Start Assist feature, which prevents the car from rolling backwards. On the XTR+ model, you can purchase an optional limited-slip differential. You can also purchase additional air bags, bringing the total number of air bags to four.
There are three types of Berlingo's. There is the Berlingo Panel Van, Berlingo Platform Cab and the Berlingo Crew Van. The Berlingo Panel Van is practical and the most comfortable van of the three. It would be ideal for anybody with a family. The Berlingo Crew Van is a mix between commercial vehicle and a passenger vehicle. This Berlingo comfortably fits five people, including the driver and is built in such a way that it can be easily adjusted turning it into a work van. Once the backseats have been adjusted for more cargo space they become a wall separating the driver and passenger. It has the most cargo space of the three Berlingo's. The Berlingo Platform Cab is much like the Berlingo Crew Van but contains many of the additional features of the Berlingo Panel Van.