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Citroën e-Berlingo Van review

Category: Electric Van

Section: Costs & verdict

e-Berlingo Charge Port
  • Citroen e-berlingo tracking shot
  • e-Berlingo Corner
  • e-Berlingo interior
  • e-Berlingo LOAD
  • e-Berlingo Charge Port
  • Citroen e-berlingo tracking shot
  • e-Berlingo Corner
  • e-Berlingo interior
  • e-Berlingo LOAD
  • e-Berlingo Charge Port
What Car?’s e-Berlingo deals

Costs & verdict

Everyday costs, plus how reliable and safe it is

In common with its close relatives, the Peugeot e-Partner, Toyota Proace City Electric and Vauxhall Combo-e, the Citroën e-Berlingo offers solid value for money. It costs a little more than the Vauxhall, but undercuts the Peugeot – the Toyota costs a fair bit more.

However, you get what you pay for, and the e-Berlingo’s specification suits its position in the hierarchy. The top Driver Pro version includes that Surround Rear Vision system, as well as the Extenso folding passenger seat and air conditioning. Climate control is an optional extra.

Overview

The Citroën e-Partner is a mighty appealing small electric van, and one that individual operators and larger fleets would do well to check out. And it’s not just good among electric vans, either; it’s much more relaxing to drive than its combustion-engined rivals, but it should be much cheaper to run and it’s every bit as practical. Just bear in mind that it’s also worth considering the closely related Peugeot e-Partner, Toyota Proace City Electric and Vauxhall Combo-e.

  • Low running costs
  • Rapid charging
  • Well thought-out load space
  • Small door mirrors
  • No high roof variant