Peugeot e-Rifter MPV prices updated for 2022
Peugeot has revised its pricing for the all-electric e-Rifter, which is now the only version of the MPV available. The entry-level Allure Premium Standard Length version is now £31,950, nudging it just below the UK government’s plug-in car grant threshold, which was set at £32,000 last December.
After the £1,500 grant is taken into account, the e-Rifter Allure Premium is £30,450. Standard equipment for the MPV includes 16-inch alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights, front fog lamps, black roof bars, electrically folding door mirrors, rear privacy glass and an opening tailgate window.
It also includes front and rear parking sensors, lane departure warning and hill-start assist. Unlike the Vauxhall Combo-e Life, which shares the same platform, the e-Rifter also gets a 180-degree reversing camera as standard.
Inside, buyers get a leather steering wheel, air conditioning, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, 10-inch digital instrument cluster and an eight-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. There’s also a voice recognition system, which can receive commands for media, navigation and phone calls.
For £34,910, buyers can also have a long-wheelbase, seven-seat version of the e-Rifter, but only in Allure Premium trim. The option increases the MPV’s overall length from 4.4 metres to 4.75 metres, which Peugeot says allows enough space to transport items up to three metres long inside the vehicle.
Above the e-Rifter Allure Premium, there’s the GT variant priced from £34,690. Upgrades over the cheaper model include 17-inch alloy wheels, a unique radiator grille, gloss black door mirrors and some new skid plates for the front and rear bumpers.
Inside, there’s automatic dual-zone climate control, a brown dashboard finish, different cloth seat upholstery and some extra fan strength controls for the second seating row.
The Peugeot e-Rifter is based on the same EMP2 underpinnings as the Vauxhall Combo-e and Citroen e-Berlingo, meaning its mechanicals are identical. As such, the e-Rifter shares the same 134bhp electric motor and 50kWh battery pack as its stablemates, which gives it a 0–62mph time of 11.2 seconds and a maximum range of 172 miles.
Top speed is capped at 83mph and, like the rest of Peugeot’s pure-electric models, the MPV has three drive modes called “Eco,” “Normal,” and “Power.” The first two options limit the amount of power the electric motor can produce to increase the van’s range, while the latter setting unlocks the drivetrain’s maximum performance.
As standard, the e-Rifter is fitted with 7.4kW single-phase wallbox charging compatibility, which can fully charge the battery in 7.5 hours. However, an 11kW on-board charger can be specified as £300 optional extra, which cuts this time down to five hours.
The Peugeot e-Rifter can also be charged at the roadside using a 100kW DC rapid charger, which takes around 30 minutes to top the battery up to 80 percent.
Boot space ranges from 775 litres in the five-seat model to 4,000 litres with all the rear seats stowed in the long-wheelbase variant, while there’s a further 186 litres of storage space in cubbies dotted around the cabin. The MPV can also tow 750kg and has a trailer stabilisation system which automatically lowers the van’s speed if the trailer starts to fishtail.
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