Peugeot e-Expert review

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Introduction

What Car? says...

If you've been put off the idea of an electric van by range and payload concerns, the Peugeot e-Expert could be the answer. 

Based on the medium-sized Peugeot Expert van, which shares its underpinnings with the Citroen Dispatch, Toyota Proace and Vauxhall Vivaro, the e-Expert is a near carbon copy of the diesel version, with the obvious difference that it's electric-powered

It's available in three body sizes, with load volumes that span from 5.1m3 to 6.6m3, opening it up to a great number of buyers than the battery-powered Toyota Proace Electric and Vauxhall Vivaro-e. So whether you want a full-sized van or something similar to the diminutive Renault Kangoo Maxi, it has you covered.

As for the all-important range issue, a choice of 50kWh and 75kWh batteries give the e-Expert an official range of 143 or 205 miles respectively, according to the WLTP test procedure. All vans are powered by a 100kW (134bhp) electric motor producing 192lb ft of torque. 

So, read on through this review to find out what the Peugeot e-Expert is like to drive, how good the interior, how much it will cost to run and more.

We'll also tell you whether it has what it takes to get ahead of rivals in the electric van class. There are plenty of alternatives to consider, including the Volkswagen ABT e-Transporter, Mercedes-Benz eVito and Maxus E Deliver 3. There’s also the Nissan e-NV200 and several hybrid models, including the Ford Transit Custom PHEV and the London taxi-based LEVC VN5.

Don't forget, we can help you find the best leasing deals through the free What Car? Leasing section, where you can get a quote for whichever make and model of car or van fits your needs.

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