Used Peugeot e-Expert Vans

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Peugeot e-Expert  2023, 15 miles, £32394 +24
Peugeot e-Expert £32,394

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 15

Electric

Peugeot e-Expert  2023, 100 miles, £26989 +33
Peugeot e-Expert £26,989
Plus VAT

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 100

Other

Peugeot e-Expert  2023, 500 miles, £26989 +35
Peugeot e-Expert £26,989
Plus VAT

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 500

Other

Peugeot e-Expert  2023, 1027 miles, £31200 +21
Peugeot e-Expert £31,200

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 1,027

Other

Peugeot e-Expert  2023, 2567 miles, £23500 +53
Peugeot e-Expert £23,500
+ VAT

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 2,567

Electric

Peugeot e-Expert  2020, 5000 miles, £24990 +19
Peugeot e-Expert £24,990
Ex VAT

2020

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 5,000

Electric

Peugeot e-Expert  2020, 8000 miles, £24490 +19
Peugeot e-Expert £24,490
Ex VAT

2020

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 8,000

Electric

Peugeot e-Expert , £34301 +64
Peugeot e-Expert £34,301

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: Unknown

Electric

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Why buy a used Peugeot e-Expert with Exchange and Mart?

Peugeot has a history of electric vehicles going right back to 1941 and these days, every van model it makes can come in full-EV form too. Here's the company's mid-sized LCV electric offering, the e-Expert. It doesn't have the unique dashboard display of the smaller e-Partner, but it is at least built completely by Peugeot, unlike the bigger e-Boxer model. As you'll probably know, this is a shared design, the same basic product also available as a Vauxhall Vivaro Electric, a Citroen e-Dispatch, a Fiat E-Scudo and a Toyota Proace Electric. That's a good thing as it meant a lot of engineering resource was poured into this product for its original 2021 launch. But more recently introduced mid-sized EV van contenders are catching up. It's the e-Expert still worth a serious look from business customers looking to make the battery switch? Let's find out.

About the Peugeot e-Expert

If you already run Peugeot vans on your fleet, you want to make the EV switch and the LCV in question must be medium-sized, there aren't many reasons why you might not like this e-Expert, provided you can justify the usual substantial EV asking price. Such as they are, the only other issues are those that relate to the other four badge-engineered versions of this design; the lack of a high roof option, the small compromises necessary over the diesel version's payload and a slightly cramped feeling in the cab. Otherwise, you'll feel properly in tune with the current environmental zeitgeist at the wheel of a e-Expert. The future, there'll be more sophisticated mid-sized electric Peugeot vans than this. But for the present, you might feel that this one suits your business needs just fine.