For those van drivers or businesses that have put off investing in an electric van because of payload and range concerns, then the solution could be the Peugeot e-Expert. Available in three body sizes and with a range of 211 miles means the e-Expert could help a business fulfil their everyday van needs with no compromise. This van is a great vehicle to drive, particularly around town.

There’s a lot to like about the Peugeot Partner Electric which is the plug-in battery version of the firm’s popular van. While potential owners may be looking forward to zero tailpipe emissions, there are some caveats to owning what should be a great van. The first issue is that the weight capacity has been reduced to cater for the heavy batteries, which are hidden under the load bed. It’s also lacking in equipment and the Partner Electric is essentially based on a van that was launched in 2008 which means having a dated interior and the sometimes sluggish handling reflect this.

It’s been a long time coming and the all-new Peugeot Expert really impresses in a keenly fought segment. There’s a lot to like on board and the handling is excellent.

The Peugeot Expert feels like it has been with us for longer than it actually has but it still a very good workhorse that is versatile and popular.

The Peugeot Partner is an excellent compact van with terms of capabilities. It’s also one of the better and electric production vans available and for those who need to access to difficult places, the Partner has the option of Peugeot’s ATV grip system.

In a fiercely fought sector, the Peugeot Boxer manages to stand out from the crowd with its distinctive looks and a revamp in the spring of 2014 helped to fight off the competition from newer rival large panel vans.

Peugeot Bipper is a practical van that’s cheap to run The Peugeot Bipper is made in the same factory as its siblings, the Citreon Nemo and the Fiat Fiorino, but it doesn’t have the same range of models or engine … Continued