The interior layout, fit and finish
Manual versions of this generation of the Berlingo have a cramped as well as drab interior, but the electric van doesn't require a floor-mounted gear lever, so there's a little more space for the driver’s left knee and for a passenger in the centre front seat.
The covered storage area on top of the dash and two open compartments in the centre provide the bulk of the storage, and there are well-sized door pockets and useful under-seat space.
The only trim level available is Enterprise, which gives you air conditioning, Bluetooth, cruise control, electric windows and mirrors, a trip computer and the Multi Flex passenger seat, which adds extra storage space. Although this is a high level of kit for an electric van, it’s still below that of a diesel for the same money, which we’d expect to also come with sat-nav and a DAB radio.