The Stellantis Light Commercial Vehicle Brands, including Vauxhall, PEUGEOT, Citroën, and Fiat Professional, have introduced a £2500 grant for small and medium-sized electric vans.
This grant complements the existing government grant of up to £5000, resulting in total savings of up to £7500 for buyers.
The offer includes a free home-installed wallbox, making electric vehicle charging convenient from the comfort of one’s home.
Additionally, customers will receive a £400 credit on an Octopus Electroverse card, providing up to 2500 miles of free public charging at over 500,000 charging points across the UK and Europe.
Stellantis, with brands like Vauxhall, PEUGEOT, Citroën, and Fiat Professional, represents over 50% of all electric vans sold in the UK this year.
This grant makes electric vans even more appealing to fleets and businesses looking to transition to electric mobility.
Tony Lewis, Director of Light Commercial Vehicles at Stellantis UK, highlighted the benefits of electric vans, including zero emissions, exemption from congestion charges, and access to low-emission zones.
The Stellantis e-LCV grant aims to provide a comprehensive package to electric van drivers, making the transition to electricity even more attractive.
Eligible models for this grant include the Vauxhall Combo Electric, PEUGEOT e-Partner, Citroën ë-Berlingo, Fiat Professional E-Doblò, as well as medium van options.
The offer is valid for various purchase and lease options, ensuring that all customers interested in electric mobility can benefit.
This special grant is available for orders placed on vehicles in stock from 10/02/2023 to 31/12/2023.
Additionally, free wallbox installation is offered, although additional costs will apply if non-standard installation practices or materials are required.
Based on WLTP tests and average public charging costs, this grant represents a significant step towards the adoption of electric commercial vehicles in the UK and Europe.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) data shows that Stellantis already leads the electric van market in the UK, and this grant will further strengthen its position in the commercial EV market.