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After the MPV version, the chevron brand is launching the marketing of the Van version of its new electric utility. Available in five versions, the Citroën ë-Berlingo starts at €30,500 excluding tax before the bonus is applied.
Revealed at the end of 2020, the new generation electric Berlingo finally arrives in the manufacturer’s catalog. Targeting SMEs, deliverers, craftsmen and traders, the new chevron utility comes even as more and more communities are setting up their low-emission zones (ZFE).
Like its other cousins at Opel and Peugeot, the electric Berlingo comes in different silhouettes and levels of equipment. In total, five versions are offered by the manufacturer, including one with an “XL” extended cabin allowing objects up to 3.44 m in length to be loaded.
Marketed from €30,500 excluding VAT in its basic version, Control, the new Citroën ë-Berlingo rises to €32,200 excluding VAT in the XL version and €33,650 for the extended cab version.
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Up to 275 km range
On the technical side, all versions are identical. There is thus a 100 kW (136 hp) electric motor coupled to a 50 kWh battery announcing up to 275 km of autonomy. Versatile, charging combines a 7 kW on-board system with a fast charging device to recover 80% autonomy in 30 minutes.
In terms of habitability, this electric version has nothing to envy to other engines. Depending on the version chosen, the useful volume increases to 4.4 m3 and the payload to 800 kilos. All versions also offer 750 kilos of towable load.
Available to order from today, the new electric Berlingo should begin its first customer deliveries at the end of the year.