Is It Time To Switch To An Electric Van? PEUGEOT e-Expert Test

Team SB test drive the new Peugeot e-Expert electric van for a week.

▶ Discover more on the Peugeot e-Expert: https://bit.ly/3DZpQMb

▶ Company car tax and benefits in kind for electric cars:
https://www.edfenergy.com/electric-cars/tax-road-company

PEUGEOT e-EXPERT

The Peugeot e-Expert has a 136hp motor with three modes,
Eco (60kW) – Normal (80kW) – Power (100 kW)

The e-Expert with the 75kWh battery option is capable of 205 miles (WLTP).

Using a 100kW rapid charger the Peugeot e-Expert with 75kWh battery can be charged from 0 – 80% in 45 minutes.

Using an 11kW Wall Box (home charger) a full charge will take around 7 hours.

Two wheelbase versions are available. The ‘Standard’ variant at 4.95m and ‘Long’ at 5.30m.

Over 3 years/60,000 miles, the PEUGEOT e-Expert allows drivers to save just over £5,000 compared to running an equivalent diesel PEUGEOT Expert model.
(all data correct at time of publishing).

0% Benefit-in-kind (BIK) company car tax band.

Charging from a 3-pin socket is not recommended but can be used for a trickle charge to top up.

* All comments are the personal opinion of Roger Bisby.

About Dylan Garton

Dylan Garton is a cofounder of Skill Builder and freelance video producer, camera operator and video editor.

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