The new Citroën ë-Jumpy electric van can be ordered now. Deliveries of the emission-free van will begin in October 2020, this applies to both the version: 50 kWh battery with a range of up to 230 kilometres and the 75 kWh battery with a range of up to 330 kilometres according to WLTP.
The Citroën ë-Jumpy price list starts at 34,690 euros. But buyers of electric vans benefit from the government's environmental bonus. Currently, until at least the end of 2021, there is a bonus of up to 9,000 euros for battery-electric vehicles (in Germany).
As soon as Citroen ë-Jumpy is officially listed at the Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (BAFA list), all variants with a netlist price of up to 40,000 euros are eligible. A Citroën ë-Jumpy XS with a 50 kWh battery, minus the environmental bonus, then costs just 25,690 euros net.
The new e-transporter has all the advantages of every Jumpy: numerous storage compartments, a comfortable interior, generous loading volume and compact dimensions. The 1275 kilograms payload is precisely tailored to the needs of the segment. In addition, the ë-Jumpy can be ordered with a trailer coupling and has a trailer load of up to 1000 kilograms.
A total of three lengths are available, including the new length XS (4.60 meters). With a loading volume from 4.6 cubic meters (XS) to 6.6 cubic meters (XL), the ë-Jumpy is one of the most spacious vehicles in the segment. Thanks to a loading width of 1.25 meters, Euro pallets can also be stowed effortlessly and at the same time, the electric transporter with a height of only 1.90 meters can also move in underground garages.
Customers can choose between two different lithium-ion batteries for the Citroën ë-Jumpy: a 50 kWh for a range of up to 230 kilometres and a 75 kWh for a range of up to 330 kilometres according to WLTP. The batteries consist of 18 or 27 modules. The Citroën ë-Jumpy is based on the EMP2 (Efficient Modular Platform) multi-energy platform from Groupe PSA, which enables the battery to be installed in the chassis, which means that the loading volume is retained. The warranty of the electric drive unit and the battery is 8 years or 160,000 kilometres.
With an output of 100 kW (136 Hp) and a maximum torque of 260 Nm, the electric van is an ideal companion for trade and craft. In all three driving modes (Eco, Normal, Power) the maximum speed is 130 km / h. The normal mode optimizes range and performance, Eco optimizes energy consumption, and the power mode gives the e-Transporter performance and dynamics even with maximum payload.
There are various options for charging the battery of the Citroen e-Jumpy: It can be charged with up to 100 KW at a public quick charging station, the 50 kWh battery can be charged to 80 per cent in just 30 minutes. The empty battery can be fully recharged in less than 8 hours at a 7.4 kW charging connection, so the electric van is fully operational again overnight. The e-van can also be charged at any conventional household socket.
The Citroën ë-Jumpy offers a total of 15 driver assistance systems for safe, relaxed driving. In addition to the keyless system and a head-up display, the electric van has a lane departure warning system, a front collision warning system with an active emergency brake assistant, traffic sign recognition and a drowsiness warning system. The 180-degree rear camera makes parking manoeuvres easier and, together with ultrasonic sensors at the front and rear, alerts the driver of blind spots and obstacles.
The new Citroën ë-Jumpy offers extremely smooth running, generous loading volume and low operating costs. At the same time, customers don't have to worry about future city-centre driving bans. The ë-Jumpy is really an electric van suitable for more than just delivery traffic in city centres.
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