Nice.. better range than the 50 to 70 im getting out of my old env200. what size battery is it to give you that type of range ? what about cabin comfort levels.. important stuff like cup holders and squishy seats..
It’s the 50kwh which is standard across most of the PSA group vehicles apart from the 75kwh which they put in the Dispatch and similar. Build quality is generally very good. I find the cabin far more spacious than the Dispatch range which is known for being cramped. I’m 6’5” and can’t sit comfy in a Dispatch. A Berlingo Van is fine but as we have the crew variant we have no bulkhead immediately behind the driver so in fact it’s very spacious. Seats appear fine but have first long distance drive over weekend so will report back. They do have armrests which my wife loves.
No central consol between seats but you can have as an optional extra but bottle holders on top of dash and both doors so not an issue. I actually prefer the huge space between seats down to floor level.
The bulkhead is very heavy duty mesh and very flexible as can be slid back and forth. The crew seats fold nearly flat into the floor. With seats up the load area is 1.4m deep. With everything down and bulkhead forward with the hatch open, you can fit a 3m length load as the front passenger seat folds flat.
We have a florist business so don’t carry anything heavy. I spend most of my time doing deliveries so our own personal car (Ioniq EV) would spend a huge amount of time not being used. We therefore took decision to not replace at lease end and go with the crew variant as gives plenty of flexibility. Of course would rather drive round in an actual EV car but I have to say the new van is powerful, comfy and realistically has all the bells and whistles we need.