Peugeot e-Traveller Review & Prices
Peugeot's big and practical people carrier is great at the sensible stuff, but is badly hampered by its poor electric range
Find out more about the Peugeot e-Traveller
The large and boxy Peugeot e-Traveller can’t hide its van origins on the outside, but its interior looks and feels much like a contemporary family car. With the added benefit of tons of space and plenty of configurability. You can decide on the number and layout of the seats as well as standard and long wheelbase versions. This is essentially a customisable chest of drawers with wheels.
All versions are powered by a 134bhp electric motor paired to a 50kWh battery pack. There are three driving modes (Eco, Normal and Power), each progressively increasing the available power output. A range of 148 miles is claimed on the WLTP cycle, with a charge from 0-80% taking 30-minutes using a 100kW fast charger. An 11kW wallbox will do the job in 5 hours. If you’re in a tight spot and need to charge from a domestic wall socket, it will take 31 hours to get from 0-100%. It's the same as the Citroen e-SpaceTourer and Vauxhall Vivaro Life Electric, which are almost identical bar the front-end styling.
The two trims on offer are called Business and Business VIP, a subtle hint at what Peugeot expects most e-Travellers will be used for. That doesn’t preclude it from being a rather practical family vehicle though, especially since you can seat between four to nine occupants based on the seat layout. Both trims can be had in standard and long wheelbase versions.
The two trims on offer are called Business and Business VIP, a subtle hint at what Peugeot expects most e-Travellers will be used for, but it's still a practical family vehicle
The base trim comes with manual air conditioning, rear parking sensors, cloth seats and 17-inch black steel wheels. Business VIP adds several useful extras like keyless entry, hands free electric sliding rear doors and sat nav. An optional safety pack adds driver aids like adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning and automatic emergency braking.
Interior space is cavernous, with up to 1,162 litres of boot space available on long wheelbase models even with nine seats in place. With five seats in place, you can pack in 3,000-litres of cargo (4,900-litres with both rear rows removed). The huge rear tailgate and low load lip make it easier to load bulky and heavy items.
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The Peugeot e-Traveller has a RRP range of £42,935 to £49,685. However, with carwow you can save on average £2,632. Prices start at £40,417 if paying cash. Monthly payments start at £503. The price of a used Peugeot e-Traveller on carwow starts at £24,999.
Our most popular versions of the Peugeot e-Traveller are:
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|100kW Business Standard [8 Seat] 50kWh 5dr Auto||£40,417||Compare offers|
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