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Price cut for Peugeot e-Rifter

Peugeot has reduced the price of its e-Rifter MPV so that the entry-level model is eligible for the plug-in car grant.

The e-Rifter Allure Premium is now priced at £30,450 on-the-road, after the grant is applied.

The price reduction follows from earlier changes to the Rifter line-up, with the range now exclusively sold as full-electric vehicles.

It can be specified as either a five or seven-seat model. Powered by a 136PS electric motor and a 50kWh battery. The e-Rifter is capable of up to 172 miles (WLTP) from a single charge.

The e-Rifter comes as standard with a 7.4kW single-phase on-board charger, with an 11kW three-phase on board charger available as an option. A full charge via a 7.4kW wallbox will take 7.5 hours, or five hours using the optional 11kW charger. The car also supports rapid charging, with a 0-80% charge from a 100kW charger taking 30 minutes.

Five-seat variants of the e-Rifter are available in Allure Premium and GT trims, while seven-seat models are sold exclusively in Allure Premium.

Standard models measure 4.40m long, and Long variants measure 4.75m, with all variants allowing for an external height of 1.90m and a turning circle of just 10.8m. For added practicality, the e-Rifter can tow up to 750kg and is available with trailer stability technology that reduces vehicle speed when it detects the trailer swerving.

The interior of the e-Rifter provides boot space from 775-litres for the five-seat Standard length variants and up to 4,000-litres with the seats folded on the Long variant.

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