Fiat e-Doblo Review 2024

Fiat e-Doblo At A Glance

+Good to drive, practical load bay, smart interior

-Fairly expensive, limited range won’t work for everyone

Fiat’s electric powered version of the Doblo is one of four vans offered by the Stellantis Group that shares the same basic bodywork and is one of three electric vans offered by the company’s commercial vehicle arm, Fiat Professional. But is it worth a look? Read our comprehensive Fiat e-Doblo review to find out.

The latest version of the Fiat Doblo shares its bodywork with the Peugeot e-Partner, Citroen e-Berlingo and Vauxhall Combo Electric, as well as joint venture partner Toyota’s Proace.

In electric form it delivers a 171-mile range (based on the WLTP test cycle) and a payload of up to 800kg, with between 3.3 and 3.9 cubic metres of load space. Power comes from a

51kWh battery pack and an electric motor offering up to 136PS depending on driving mode, of which there are three – Eco, Normal and Power.

There are two body lengths, a crew cab option in the larger of the two and two trim levels, known as Standard and Primo.

The Fiat e-Doblo can also use CCS rapid charging with a maximum speed of 100kW - allowing a 0-80% charge in around 30 minutes on a 100Kw charger. The onboard charger, meanwhile, is a 7Kw unit compatible with most home sockets, but a three-phase compatible 11kW charger is offered an option for larger business users. A standard at-home charge will take about 7.5 hours.

The standard warranty runs for three years or 100,000 miles, while the battery comes with an eight-year/100,000-mile warranty. An extended warranty is available under Fiat’s 555 Peace of Mind deal. This brings you five years of warranty, five years of servicing and five years of roadside assistance. It is an optional extra, though, which means it is not as appealing as Toyota’s comprehensive 10-year warranty on what is essentially the same van.

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