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Electric berlingo
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I dont know if any members are intrested but somebody has listed an electric berlingo on ebay , they have said it cost £13000 to convert it ! Take a look !
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Citroen will sell them for £21300 plus vat later in year and may also qualify for Government grant.
See http://www.TheGreenCarWebsite.co.uk
Former 2011 Mk3 XTR owner Confusedalut:
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http://www.berlingo-e.co.uk/
I DO MISS MY BERLINGO Heart
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I've just seen an article in my local rag about the new Berlingo - E , an electric  Berlingo with a range of up to 106 miles.
I read it in the Bognor Observer, and I think this is the link but I'm not a computer nerd so may have got it wrong:  http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/citroen/ber...e-unveiled

I cannot find it on the Citroen website.

Has anyone else any news on this?
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From Phillips link - " up to 60 miles per charge " ...... just about enough range to drive it to the scrappy !!

Now if the range was better it would be a different story .............................

From rnammans link - " a range of up to 106 miles " ..... like my grandsons school report " must do better " especially at the price !!!
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"Up to" is the problem. What is the range in the depths of winter with cold batteries, lights, wipers and heater on and allowing for a safety margin to find a charging point that is available and working.

Most e vehicles require a battery hire contract to replace them after their life is over which isn't cheap. There may well be a market for them but I won't be one of the buyers.
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We had some of the first battery Berlingos approx 15 years ago (jesus has it been that long!) anyway promised 100 miles but actually lucky to get 30!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The transport manager that bought those had a red face until he took another job   Big Grin

short answer is NO NO NO just dont go there  Confused
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I think I'll stick with a Smart car.
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