The interior layout, fit and finish
The interior of the e-Berlingo is a carbon-copy of the regular Citroën Berlingo so you’ll find lots of durable, hard-wearing plastics.
If you go for the top-spec XTR trim, you’ll be treated to brighter fabrics and finishes inside that lift it above the equivalent Vauxhall Combo-e Life. For something more understated, look at the Peugeot e-Rifter with its calmer colour palette. On the whole, the Volkswagen Touran feels much more car-like, with a plusher interior.
On the bright side, it comes as standard with an 8.0in touchscreen, a DAB radio, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone integration and a USB port. XTR trim adds voice activation, TomTom sat-nav and an eCall emergency response button.
Seeing out is easy thanks to the big windows and door mirrors, and you get rear parking sensors as standard to make life easier. It's worth getting the optional Park Assist Pack because you gain front sensors and a rear-view camera, which are particularly helpful with the longer XL model.