The Citroën C25 is a 2.5 tonne capacity van (hence the name C25) produced by Sevel Sur from October 1981 until 1993. The result of a collaboration with the Italian manufacturer Fiat (which began with the 1974 C35), the C25 was manufactured in Italy in the Sevel Val di Sangro plant in Central Italy together with the similar Fiat Ducato, and Peugeot J5 versions. The Peugeot J5 was sold as the Talbot Express in the United Kingdom.
The C25 succeeded the Citroën Type H one tonne van and its French competitor to the C25 was the Renault Trafic. The C25’s engines are transversely mounted; the petrol one is a Peugeot 504 unit whilst the diesel one is from the Citroën CX diesel. Both are coupled to a Citroën gearbox.
In February 1982, the range was extended to include a pick up truck and a minibus. In 1991, the C25 series 2 was launched with an enlarged grille. In 1994, the C25 was replaced by the Jumper.