If maximum practicality and zero tailpipe emissions are what you’re after from an MPV, the Combo Life Electric might fit the bill. Its high level of specification make it a costlier choice than a Citroën e-Berlingo.
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Entry-level Design comes with 16in alloys, automatic lights and wipers, and front and rear electric windows. It differs from the e-Berlingo in providing a fully digital instrument cluster, three individually folding seats in the second row, an opening glass tailgate, electric folding door mirrors and sat-nav.
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