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Citroen launches larger XL version of e-SpaceTourer

Citroen e-Spacetourer

Citroen has introduced a new larger version of the e-SpaceTourer, with the model now available in both M and XL forms.

Joining the existing diesel-powered SpaceTourer, which is already available in both sizes, the new e-SpaceTourer XL is offered in two variants: Flair and Business Edition.

The XL versions measure 5,309mm in length. In comparison, M variants measure 4,959mm in length. Both benefit from the same wheelbase of 3,275mm, with the extra length translating into increased load space for the XL of 3,100-litres (loaded to the roof), compared with 2,550-litres in M versions.

Business Edition variants can seat up to nine people, in three rows of seats. Standard equipment includes air conditioning, cruise control, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, a seven-inch touchscreen and a driver attention alert system.

Flair versions can seat eight and add 17-inch alloy wheels, body-colour exterior door handles with chrome detail and a panoramic glass roof. There’s also leather upholstery, heated front seats and satnav.

The Citroen e-SpaceTourer is powered by a 50kWh battery, connected to a 136PS electric motor. It provides a range of up to 143 miles on a single charge, which Citroen says should suit many business and family users.

All versions support up to 100kW rapid charging and an 80% re-charge takes just 30 minutes. A full charge from a 7.4kW domestic Wallbox takes 7 hours and 30 minutes.

Citroen recently cut the price of the e-Spacetourer by up to £14,000 in order to retain its plug-in car grant eligibility.

Citroen e-SpaceTourer pricing:

Trim Level

Length

P11D Value

MRRP OTR

incl. PICG

Business Edition

M

£34,440

£31,995

Business Edition

XL

£34,940

£32,495

Flair

M

£47,440

£47,495

Flair

XL

£48,280

£48,335

 


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