What's the used Citroën Berlingo Multispace estate like?
It's a versatile car that drives surprisingly well. Naturally, that tall body leans a little in corners, but the power steering and excellent visibility make for an easy drive.
Five adults will have no trouble getting on board thanks to the big front doors and rear sliding doors, however they may find the seats aren't particularly supportive, and there's no height adjustment on the driver's seat.
Those five can bring their holiday luggage, too, and the Berlingo will cope admirably with surfboards, dogs or furniture. There are big door pockets, nets and hooks to help secure the load, and an optional trolley to help you transport it.
The petrol-engined models need working very hard if you're overtaking with a load on board, and the 1.9-litre diesel is noisy at high revs. And, avoid models with a full-length sunroof, as that will kick up some noise, too.