Passenger & boot space
How it copes with people and clutter
Even tall drivers will find enough space in the e-2008 with good head and leg room available. It does feel more confined than some of the bigger cars in the class, though, which is partly because it's narrower than a Kia e-Niro or Volkswagen ID.3. Storage space is reasonable; there’s space under the centre armrest and cubbies dotted about, but the door pockets aren’t huge and the glovebox is decidedly small.
It’s okay for rear seat passengers, too. Again, not the best in the class because the e-Niro and MG ZS EV are quite a bit more spacious, but if you’re six-feet tall you’ll have just enough head and leg room not to feel pinched. And you’ll certainly be better off than you would be if you were in the back of the Renault Zoe. Or worse still, the DS 3 Crossback E-Tense or Mazda MX-30, which are similar-sized cars but have far less appealing rear seat accommodation.