- 206 mile range (WLTP
- 17" Diamond cut alloy wheels
- Peugeot Connected 3D Navigation
- Peugeot i-Cockpit with 10" colour touchscreen
- Peugeot Drive Assist
Robins & Day Electric cars
Ranging from stylish hatchbacks to spacious and comfortable SUVs, there is a huge choice of electric vehicles available at Robins & Day. Find out more about the range below along with more information on charging, cost effectiveness and how they benefit the environment.
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Enjoy 0% APR Representative* on the entire Peugeot electric range this month from Robins & Day
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Explore the latest offer on Citroen e-C4 which includes key specification:
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New ë-C4 - 100% ëlectric; embodies modern, innovative electric mobility, whilst offering exceptional comfort and versatility. The 100% electric engines comes with a huge amount of benefits including zero engine noise and vibration from road surfaces.
Switching to an electric vehicle can save you money thanks to improved efficiency, different grants, tax benefits and price exemptions.
Electric vehicles are much more energy efficient than internal combustion engines. This improvement in efficiency has led to electric vehicles being much more beneficial to your pocket as well as the environment.
When purchasing an electric vehicle you can receive a grant of up to £3,000. On top of this electric vehicles are exempt from paying the basic rate of VED, which saves drivers £145 per year. Company car drivers also benefit from a reduced company car tax (BIK) and businesses can gain an enhanced capital write down allowance."
Fully electric vehicles produce 0g of CO2 emissions and produce no greenhouse gasses.
Rapid charge points allow you to charge the battery up to 80% in 30 minutes.
The Robins & Day range of electric vehicles are perfect for everyday adventures with an impressive range of up to 217 miles*.
*Dependant on version
Thanks to immediate engine torque, Robins & Day electric vehicles have a sharp acceleration as well as the pleasure of flexible, dynamic, and silent driving.
Low emission vehicles may be cheaper to run than standard petrol and diesel engines but there are things you can do to further improve fuel consumption and reduce CO2 emissions.
Before you set of on your journey try to only take the necessities. If your car is heavier, the engine has to use more fuel to power it. Cruise control can have a beneficial impact to your fuel consumption as it will allow you to travel at a constant speed, reducing the need for you to use the accelerator. Also, where you can, try to drive on the motorway, this should reduce stopping and starting and you will be at a constant speed.
There is a range of charging options available for your Citroen electric vehicle including accelerated, domestic and rapid charging, each with varied charging times and capabilities. Many charging stations are located around the UK which can be operated by registering with the network, downloading the networks app and some now have card payments built in.
Accelerated charging was specifically designed for electric vehicles. It’s faster to charge than using a domestic plug. With power levels commonly at 7kW, your vehicle would fully charge in 7.5 hours. Domestic charging uses a standard household 3 pin socket. This method of charging can take 22 hours from a typical domestic household and can be risky if the socket has not been properly checked. Therefore we would always recommend that you have any socket you plan to charge from checked for suitability by a certified electrician. Rapid charging uses direct currents to charge the battery quickly. They charge the first 80% as fast and efficiently as possible and then stop or slow down charging for the final 20%.
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