What Car? says...
The Fiat E-Ducato electric van hails from Italy, where physicist Alessandro Volta first harnessed electricity back in 1800 – so you could argue that it's been a long time coming.
Still, it's here now, and it's a very different proposition to the Italian car maker's combustion-engined large van, the Fiat Ducato. You see, while the conventional Ducato shares many parts with the Citroën Relay and Peugeot Boxer, the E-Ducato is the Italian brand’s own work. In other words, it’s a Fiat original.
We'll also tell you whether it should be on you or your company's shopping list, and whether it provides a convincing case for more large-van users to go electric. In other words, we'll answer the question: "Is the E-Ducato a good van choice or a bad one?"
Once you've decided which van to get, remember that we can help you find the best leasing deals through our What Car? Leasing pages. The free service allows you to get a quote for whichever make and model of car or van fits your personal or business needs.