The modelRead full review
If you have to drive in a city where an EV is the only option financially and you need to carry lots of people, the Peugeot e-Traveller works rather nicely. However, the Citroën and Vauxhall equivalents significantly undercut it on price, and its limited range outside the urban environment seriously hampers its usability.
The trimSee full equipment
With luxuries such as leather seats that are heated with a massaging function up front, 17in alloy wheels, park assist, keyless entry and start, electric sliding rear doors and sat-nav, Allure might seem tempting. It’s an awful lot of money for something that still feels like a van, though.
The engineSee full engine specs
The only engine option has an electric motor with up to 134bhp of power and a 50kWh battery pack. Depending on which driving mode you pick (Eco, Normal or Power), you either have a slug-slow 80bhp van or a reasonably sprightly people hauler that can crack 0-62mph in 10.8sec.
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