Citroen e-Berlingo Overview & Charging Options
Available to order now, the Citroen e-Berlingo BEV is on the market starting at £29,575. Offering an initial choice between the Flair XTR and Feel; and also presenting the choice between M (5 seats) and XL (7 seats). All models feature a 136bhp motor, a 50kWh battery and a whopping 174 mile range. All three models also offer three different driving modes: eco, power and normal. The main difference being the change of bhp.
With impressive performance statistics, the e-Berlingo also boasts a number of spectacular features to make any drive a comfortable and enjoyable one. An 8” infotainment touchscreen, Android Auto or Apple Carplay, 26 storage cubbies and a whopping 92 litres of storage. Perfect for transporting goods. Equipped with rear parking sensors too - you get that extra helping hand whilst parking.
When it comes to charging, the Citroen e-Berlingo certainly isn’t hindered. As mentioned earlier, all models come with a 50kWh battery - which can accept charging up to 100kW. Essentially allowing for a 0-80% battery charge in up to 30 minutes. The Citroen e-Berlingo requires a Type 2 charging connection, and can be charged in multiple ways. Want to see the charging options for the e-Berlingo? Click here.
Charging the e-Berlingo couldn’t be easier to be completely honest. We offer a range of charging cables at 4EV, for different sources of charging. We always suggest fast charging to our customers, and this doesn’t change for the e-Berlingo. If you wanted to charge your e-Berlingo via a public charge point, or home installed EV charging unit - you can expect to charge at 7.2kW using a 32A charging cable. This charges at around 23 miles per hour. Alternatively, charging via your 3-pin household socket is another option. Admittedly, it is a slow option - but convenient for those without a home-installed charging unit. Allowing for a 2.3kW charge, at around 8 miles per hour (perfect for those wanting to overnight charge). Both of these options being home-solutions, referred to as AC charging.
DC charging is also an option as earlier mentioned. DC charging can be performed, up to 100kWh. Which essentially allows for your battery to be replenished in just 30 minutes. Wanting to utilise the DC charging option on the e-Berlingo? DC charging cables, in this instance a CCS charging cable for the CCS port on the e-Berlingo, can be found at specific public charge points. We’re seriously impressed by the e-Berlingo and if you have any further questions, or want advice - please do get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re happy to help, and personally can’t wait to see the e-Berlingo on the roads.
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