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Citroën e-Dispatch review

Category: Electric Van

Section: Passenger & boot space

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  • Citroën e-Dispatch 2021 rear doors open
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  • Citroën e-Dispatch 2021 interior driver display
  • Citroën e-Dispatch 2021 interior seats
  • Citroën e-Dispatch 2021 rear doors open
  • Citroën e-Dispatch 2021 interior infotainment
  • Citroën e-Dispatch 2021 front right static
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What Car?’s Dispatch deals

Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

The Citroen e-Dispatch's three body lengths are XS, M and XL. The smallest van in the line-up, the XS, is 4600mm long with a 2160mm maximum storage area length, putting it in close competition with smaller EVs such as the Renault Kangoo Maxi ZE. 

The more conventional medium-sized M model measures 4950mm in length, with a 2510mm load length, while the long XL version stretches to 5300mm and can transport a 2860mm load. As with the standard Dispatch, there's the option of the Moduwork folding front passenger seat, which comes with a load-through bulkhead hatch to give 1160mm of extra storage area length – ideal for pipes or timber.