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        Precios del Kangoo Combispace e-tech
        – BEV 120 CV Equilibre 31.089 €
        – BEV 120 CV Techno 33.126 €

        https://www.autonocion.com/renault-kangoo-e-tech-combi-electrico/

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                Prueba del Townstar EV por L´argus

                Fiche technique Nissan Townstar EV Fourgon
                Dimensions et poids
                Longueur4 486 mm
                Largeur sans rétroviseurs1 860 mm
                Hauteur1 864 mm
                Empattement2 716 mm
                Volume utile3,3/3,9 m3
                Dimensions utiles1 810 x 1 570 x 1 215 mm
                Charge utile maxi612 kg
                Pneus sur modèle d’essai205/60 R16
                Poids à vide1 608 kg
                Puissance et performances
                Type de moteurélectrique
                Puissance122 ch
                Couple245 Nm
                Transmissiontraction
                Boîte de vitessesnon
                0 à 100 km/h14,5 s
                Vitesse maximale132 km/h
                Batterie, autonomie et consommation
                Type de batterielithium-ion
                Capacité brute – utile de la batterie45 kWh
                Puissance du chargeur AC – DC22 kW – 80 kW
                Consommation mixte WLTP0,175 kWh/km
                Autonomie mixte WLTP301 km
                Temps de charge de 10 à 80 %
                Prise domestique 8 A14 h
                Borne AC 11 kW4 h 30
                Borne DC1 h 30
                Bonus et garantie
                Bonus 20234 000 €
                Puissance fiscale8 CV
                Garantie voiture5 ans ou 160 000 km
                Garantie batterie8 ans ou 160 000 km
                Pays de productionFrance

                Prix et équipement de série par finition

                • Acenta : 31 700 € HT

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                  Prueba de la eCitan por L´argus

                  Fiche technique Mercedes eCitan
                  Dimensions et poids
                  Longueur4 498 mm
                  Largeur sans rétroviseurs1 860 mm
                  Hauteur1 832 mm
                  Empattement2 716 mm
                  Volume utile2,9 m3
                  Dimensions utiles1 806 x 1 524 x 1 215 mm
                  Charge utile maxi612 kg
                  Pneus sur modèle d’essai205/60 R16
                  Poids à vide1 608 kg
                  Puissance et performances
                  Type de moteurélectrique
                  Puissance122 ch
                  Couple245 Nm
                  Transmissionaux roues avant
                  Boîte de vitessesnon
                  0 à 100 km/h14,5 s
                  Vitesse maximale132 km/h
                  Batterie, autonomie et consommation
                  Type de batterielithium-ion
                  Capacité de la batterie45 kWh
                  Puissance du chargeur11 kW ou 22 kW (AC) – 80 kW (DC)
                  Consommation mixte WLTP17,5 kWh/100 km
                  Autonomie mixte WLTP301 km
                  Temps de charge de 10 à 80 %
                  Prise domestique 8 A14 h
                  Borne AC 11 kW4 h 30
                  Borne DC > 80 kW1 h 30
                  Bonus et garantie
                  Bonus 20234 000 €
                  Puissance fiscale8 CV
                  Garantie voiture2 ans – 100 000 km
                  Garantie batterie8 ans – 160 000 km
                  Pays de productionFrance

                   

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                  Essai Mercedes eCitan : la première fourgonnette électrique à l’Etoile

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                      Nota de prensa, en inglés

                      Newly developed small van for everyday leisure activities: the EQT from Mercedes-EQ

                      • The new EQT scores with variability and high-quality equipment
                      • Suitable for everyday use thanks to a modern electric motor and flexible charging options

                      Mercedes-Benz Vans has firmly anchored its leadership aspirations for electric mobility in its strategy, and is systematically electrifying all model series. This includes a range of sector-specific electric mobility solutions – also in the small van segment. The EQT by Mercedes-EQ (combined power consumption (WLTP): 18.99 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions (WLTP): 0 g/km)[1] as a small van combines the variability and high-quality equipment level of the T-Class – its conventionally powered sister model – with the advantages of all-electric drive.

                      The new EQT from Mercedes-EQ offers families as well as recreationally active people an attractive entry into the fully electric world of the Mercedes brand. The electric small van will be orderable in the near future. Prices start at around 49,000 euros[2] for the EQT with 90 kW electric motor and standard length. Thanks to the Black Panel radiator grille with central star and dynamically designed radiator fins, the new EQT is instantly recognisable as a member of the Mercedes-EQ family. The electric small van combines compact exterior dimensions with ample space. At the same time, thanks to the protected, space-saving installation of the battery in the underbody, with a favourably low centre of gravity, it offers almost the same variability and functionality in the interior as the conventionally powered T-Class. The EQT is 4498 millimetres long, 1859 millimetres wide and 1819 millimetres high[3]. A long-wheelbase variant will follow this year.

                      Just like the T-Class, the new EQT offers many advantages that make everyday life easy and comfortable for families and the recreationally active. These include the low loading sill of only 561 millimetres, which makes it easier to load heavy items. The sliding doors on both sides of the vehicle each have an opening aperture of 614 millimetres in width and 1059 millimetres in height. This allows convenient access to the rear, and loading can be done flexibly from three sides, including the tailgate. There is room for up to three child seats on the rear bench seat.

                      Cutting-edge electric motor

                      At market launch, an electric motor with a peak output of 90 kW (122 hp) and a maximum torque of 245 Newton metres is available. The lithium-ion battery sits in a crash-protected location in the underbody in front of the rear axle and has a usable capacity of 45 kWh. At work, at home or at public charging stations, the EQT can be conveniently charged with alternating current (AC) at 22 kW, using the onboard charger. The process is even faster at fast-charging stations with direct current (DC), depending on the SoC (State of Charge) and the temperature of the high-voltage battery. The EQT is equipped with an 80 kW DC charger, in which case the charging time is 38 minutes from 10–80 percent SoC[4]. The EQT is charged at the front under the Mercedes star, which is practical and convenient, especially when charging in the city in tight parking situations. For AC and DC charging, the EQT has a CCS charging socket and a CCS charging cable as standard.

                      Air conditioning by heat pump – economical and comfortable

                      Whether in buildings, tumble dryers or with a reverse function in refrigerators: heat pumps allow particularly energy-saving air conditioning. The EQT also uses a heat pump to be particularly energy efficient, to reduce the power requirement and to provide most of the energy for a stable vehicle range through active thermal management. The vehicle’s battery only supplies the compressor of the installed heat pump, and is not responsible for actual air conditioning of the vehicle interior.

                      The intelligent thermal management also ensures that when charging at a charging station, only the electricity provided there is used for pre-entry climate control. This pre-entry climate control option not only keeps the vehicle battery in the optimum operating range, but also ensures a comfortable interior temperature that is appropriate for the season. This means that the interior temperature does not have to climb to the desired level while driving, but only needs to be maintained. The energy content of the vehicle battery is therefore mainly available for the drive system.

                      Numerous assistance systems and seven airbags as standard

                      Safety is an essential brand value of Mercedes-Benz. The EQT’s high level of safety is enhanced by its stable body structure with energy-absorbing load paths, as well as its extensive range of driver assistance systems. They can support drivers in numerous situations. The electric small van also has a lot to offer when it comes to restraint systems: It has a centre airbag that can deploy between the driver and front passenger seats in the event of serious side collisions. A total of seven airbags are fitted as standard.

                      When calibrating the driver assistance systems, the development team placed particular emphasis on the most harmonious control interventions possible, which are hardly noticeable to drivers at first. The driver assistance systems monitor traffic and the environment on the basis of radar sensors and cameras. If necessary, they can provide warning and support.[5]

                      In addition to the legally required ABS and ESP® systems, the EQT is equipped with the Mercedes-Benz emergency call system as standard. It offers additional functions compared to the legally required eCall. For example, communication is not in the respective national language, but in the language that drivers have set in the infotainment system. This is helpful, for example, in the event of an emergency abroad. The Mercedes-Benz emergency call centre then notifies the nearest rescue coordination centre. Other brand-typical features: In addition to data transmission via the vehicle-mounted communication module, the most important data on the accident is also sent to the Mercedes-Benz emergency call centre via SMS – this provides further transmission reliability.

                      Numerous other driving assistance systems are also on board as standard. These include:

                      • Hill Start Assist: maintains the brake pressure when the driver’s foot moves from the brake pedal to the accelerator when moving off uphill, preventing rollback.
                      • Crosswind Assist: can reduce the effects of gusting wind by assisting drivers with braking action at the front and rear wheel on the side facing the wind.
                      • ATTENTION ASSIST: can detect when drivers are becoming increasingly inattentive and drowsy, and gives an audible and visual prompt to take a break.
                      • Active Brake Assist: can help to avoid rear-end collisions and accidents with crossing vehicles, as well as pedestrians and cyclists.
                      • Active Lane Keeping Assist: is active from 70 km/h and works conveniently with steering instead of braking interventions
                      • Blind Spot Assist: uses radar to observe the areas to the side of the vehicle not covered by the outside mirrors, and issues an audible warning as well as a visual warning in the form of an illuminating triangle in the outside mirrors.
                      • Speed Limit Assist: can recognise speed limits with the aid of a camera and displays them in the instrument cluster. It can issue visual and audible warnings if the vehicle exceeds the detected speed limit.

                      To further enhance active safety, Mercedes-Benz Vans offers the Driving Assistance Package for the EQT with two additional safety systems:

                      • Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC[6]: automatically maintains the set speed and the distance to the vehicle in front. The current speed can be adopted at the press of a button. The system uses information from the camera and the radar sensors. The desired distance can be set to four different levels. If the traffic in front comes to a standstill, the vehicle can brake itself automatically down to a stop. If the traffic moves off again within three seconds, the EQT starts up automatically – otherwise it can be started at the touch of a button or by tapping the accelerator. DISTRONIC is also available as an individual optional feature.
                      • Active Steering Assist6: helps drivers keep the EQT in the middle of the lane – especially helpful for monotonous driving on straight or slightly winding roads. The system uses the detected lane markings.

                      For additional convenience and safety when parking, Active Parking Assist with PARKTRONIC and reversing camera is available as optional equipment. In combination with the optional trailer coupling, the EQT also features Trailer Stabilisation Assist. If the vehicle combination begins to sway, the system uses braking interventions in a bid to stabilise the vehicle.

                      Unique user experience with MBUX and Mercedes me[7]

                      With the standard MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) infotainment system and access to a wide range of digital extras from Mercedes me, the EQT sets standards in connectivity in the small van segment. The strengths of MBUX include the adaptive software, the intuitive operating concept via the 7-inch touchscreen or the touch control buttons on the steering wheel, the smartphone integration of Apple Car Play and Android Auto, the hands-free system via Bluetooth connection and the digital radio (DAB and DAB+). MBUX is optionally available with an integrated navigation system and intelligent voice assistant “Hey Mercedes”.

                      What is unique about MBUX is its ability to learn thanks to artificial intelligence. For example, thanks to predictive functions, the system can anticipate what the driver wants to do next. For example, if you regularly drive to a certain parking space, this destination is automatically suggested as soon as the navigation system recognizes the route. All the driver has to do is confirm and all the information about the route is available.

                      With MBUX, customers already have access to digital extras such as Live Traffic Information. With Mercedes me, the EQT becomes even more intelligent. Because before and after the journey or even on the road, additional functions can be used. All you have to do is link the small van to a Mercedes me account in the Mercedes me portal and accept the terms of use. This allows customers to receive important information on topics such as the availability of charging stations, charging power, costs or plug type even before they stop charging. In addition, the Mercedes me app or the media display in the vehicle can be used to display the current remaining range as well as public charging stations in the vicinity or at the destination.

                      Charging on the road at more and more public charging stations

                      Mercedes me Charge[8]  gives Mercedes-EQ customers convenient access to public charging points from various providers across Europe7 with just one contract. In addition, after storing the desired payment method just once, they benefit from an integrated payment function with simple billing.[9] The Mercedes me App shows the precise location, current availability and prices at the selected charging station. At the charging station, authentication takes place via the display in the MBUX multimedia system, the Mercedes me App or the Mercedes me Charge charging card. Everything else is managed automatically via Mercedes me Charge.

                      Sustainable business strategy covering the full life cycle

                      Mercedes-Benz Vans has firmly anchored its leadership aspirations for electric mobility in its strategy, and is systematically electrifying all model series. Today, customers, fleet operators and body manufacturers can already choose from four battery-electric models: the eVito Panel Van, the eSprinter, the eVito Tourer and the EQV. With the EQT, the electric portfolio will now be extended to the small van segment in the near future.

                      “For Mercedes-Benz Vans, the future is electric – regardless of the size or purpose of a van. The latest proof point of this strategic direction is our new EQT with all-electric drive. Following its market launch, the complete van portfolio will also be available in electrified form. From the middle of the decade, we will implement the next stage of our electrification strategy with VAN.EA: all mid-sized and large vans based on the new modular architecture will be fully electric.
                      Klaus Rehkugler, Head of Sales Mercedes‑Benz Vans

                      The Mercedes-Benz Group wants to create sustainable value – economically, ecologically and socially. This is one of its central guiding principles. It not only applies to the Group’s own products and production locations, but also to the Group’s upstream and downstream value chain. The Group translates this approach into its sustainable business strategy.

                      A key element of our sustainable business strategy is Ambition 2039, with which we already set the course in 2019 for a holistic approach to climate protection and air pollution control.

                      Mercedes‑Benz Vans is also pursuing the Ambition 2039 goal: by 2039, the entire fleet of new private and commercial vans is to have a neutral CO₂ balance along the entire value chain – from development to the supplier network, our own production, electrification of products and use of renewable energies in the use phase of electric vehicles, and recycling of vehicles to close the loop.

                      From the middle of the decade, all newly launched vans from Mercedes-Benz will be exclusively electric. Mercedes‑Benz Vans is implementing the next stage of its electrification strategy with VAN.EA (Mercedes-Benz Vans Electric Architecture). VAN.EA is the basis for all Mercedes-Benz eVans in the medium and large segments that will be launched from the middle of the decade. The new architecture has a modular structure and is “electric only”.

                      [1] The stated values are the calculated “WLTP CO2 values” in accordance with Article 2, No. 3 of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153. Fuel consumption figures have been calculated on this basis. Power consumption and range were determined on the basis of Directive 2017/1151/EU. Range specification applies to the five-seater.

                      [2] German list price incl. 19% VAT

                      [3] Without roof rails

                      [4] Minimum charging time from 10 to 80 % under optimal conditions at a DC charging station with a 400-volt supply, 300 A current; the charging time may vary depending on various factors, such as ambient and battery temperature as well as whether additional auxiliary consumers are in use, e.g. heating.

                      [5] The driver assistance and safety systems are aids and do not relieve the driver of his responsibility.

                      [6] Available at a later date.

                      [7] To use the Mercedes me connect services, you must create a Mercedes me ID and agree to the Terms of Use for the Mercedes me connect services. In order to use the Mercedes me connect service Mercedes me Charge, a separate, customer-specific charging contract with a selected third-party provider is required.

                      [8] Customers must conclude a charging contract with a selected third-party provider for this purpose.

                      [9] The Mercedes me Charge service does not include a payment function. The customer does not pay directly via the Mercedes me App, but via their charging contract.

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                          Nota de prensa, en inglés

                          Mercedes-Benz eCitan – the fully electric small van for inner-city delivery and service operations

                          Mercedes-Benz Vans sets another example for locally CO2-emission-free transport: following the model series in the medium and large van segments, the vehicles in the compact van class will soon also be available to order as all-electric variants. In the commercial van segment, the eCitan is being launched as a Panel Van with a choice of two lengths: the 4498 mm compact version and the 4922 mm long version. As a Tourer (combined power consumption: 19.16 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km[1]) for commercial passenger transport, it will initially be available as a “compact” version, with the long version appearing at a slightly later date. Depending on the model, the operating range is between 280 and 284 kilometres1 according to WLTP. This meets the needs of commercial customers who frequently use the small van models as courier, shuttle and delivery vehicles in urban areas. At fast-charging stations, the 45 kWh battery is charged from 10 to 80 percent SoC (state of charge)[2] within 38 minutes with the installed 80 kW DC charger[3]. Major advantage: the load capacity and payload are comparable to those of the conventionally powered Citan models. For the compact panel van, this is 2.9 cubic metres and up to 544 kilograms, for the long model 3.7 cubic metres and up to 722 kilograms. Prices for the 90 kW eCitan start at around 36,000 euros[4] for the compact model as a Panel Van.

                          At the same time, the long-wheelbase Citan is already celebrating its sales launch and is now complementing the Mercedes-Benz Vans model range for inner-city delivery and service traffic. It starts as a Panel Van. Tourer and Mixto will follow later.

                          eCitan Panel Van: Plenty of space and easy loading

                          In September 2021, Mercedes‑Benz Vans launched the new Citan which is very popular with customers. Now it is followed by the fully electric version, the eCitan. It offers all the advantages of the conventionally powered small van, with no compromises. Compact exterior dimensions with a large amount of space, as well as a high load capacity, open up a wide range of possible uses in inner-city distribution, service and shuttle operations.

                          A wide-opening sliding door and a low loading sill height of 57 centimetres allow convenient access to the interior and easy loading of the vehicle. As sliding doors are particularly practical in tight parking spaces, a second one is available on request. The load compartment is also easily accessible at the rear. The two sections of the rear door can be locked in a 90-degree position and swung to the side by up to 180 degrees. A tailgate is available as an option. As well as the fixed partition (with and without window) between the driver’s cab and the load compartment, a pivoting partition is available. A grille on the front passenger side can be rotated by 90 degrees, pivoted to the driver’s seat and locked. The front passenger seat is foldable. This creates a flat surface for transporting particularly long objects. The load compartment length is then 3.05 metres for the compact version and 3.41 metres for the long version. A trailer coupling is also available.

                          eCitan Tourer: For commercial passenger transport

                          In contrast to the Panel Van, which is optimised for commercial goods transport, the eCitan Tourer is a specialist for locally emission-free passenger transport. The Tourer already has a tailgate with rear window and a second sliding side door as standard. Alternatively, it can also be fitted with rear doors. The bench seat in the rear is 1/3 to 2/3 split-folding. Numerous stowage options make the eCitan Tourer easier to use in everyday life. As an option, tables can be folded out of the backrests of the front seats in the rear of the eCitan Tourer – useful as a writing surface for passengers in the second row or for a snack. Cup holders are also integrated into these tables. Further Tourer-specific options include the ruffled pockets installed low down on the front seat backrests.

                          A single-piece load compartment cover protects loads in the Tourer against the sun and prying eyes. It can be fixed in three positions, and stowed away behind the rear bench seat when not required. Protection against luggage and cargo is afforded by the luggage net. It can be set in two positions behind either the front seats or rear bench seat.

                          Two equipment lines, attractive MBUX package and powerful drive system

                          The eCitan Panel Van and Tourer are available in the BASE and PRO equipment lines. The PRO line has visual upgrades and even more functionality. For example, the door handles and the cover of the sliding door rail are painted in the vehicle colour. The interior and the load compartment have LED lighting. As standard, the eCitan PRO also comes with the Mercedes-Benz audio system, a height-adjustable driver’s seat, air conditioning, electric front windows with comfort function and plastic flooring in the load compartment. The optional Interior Design Package offers further high-quality features such as high-gloss black trim in the instrument panel, chrome surrounds on the air vents in the instrument panel and on the loudspeakers, as well as chrome-plated door handles in the interior.

                          The optional MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) multimedia system features an intuitive operating concept via a seven-inch touchscreen or touch control buttons on the steering wheel. It also offers Apple Car Play and Android Auto smartphone integration, hands-free Bluetooth connectivity and digital radio (DAB and DAB+). MBUX with navigation additionally includes fast hard-disc navigation, which is particularly convenient to operate thanks to the “Hey Mercedes” Voice Assistant. The other infotainment functions can also be controlled with its help.

                          The eCitan’s electric motor has a peak output of 90 kW (122 hp). The maximum torque of 245 newton metres is inherently already available when starting off. This allows particularly powerful acceleration from a standing start. The lithium-ion battery is positioned in the underbody ahead of the rear axle, where it is also protected against crashes. It offers a usable capacity of 45 kWh. The eight battery modules use pouch cells.

                          An externally excited synchronous motor drives the front wheels of the eCitan. The motor is said to be synchronous because the rotor turns at the frequency of the stator’s magnetic field. The frequency is adapted to the speed requirements of the driver in the water-cooled frequency converters of the power electronics. Customers can choose between the Comfort and ECO (range-optimised) drive programs and three recuperation levels (D- / D / D+).

                          At work, at home or at public charging stations, the eCitan can be charged with alternating current (AC) at 11 kW or optionally 22 kW via the onboard charger. The time required for full charging depends on the available infrastructure and the country-specific vehicle equipment. Using a Mercedes‑Benz Wallbox allows much faster charging than at a household socket.

                          And things get even faster at fast-charging stations with direct current (DC). Depending on the state of charge (SoC) and the temperature of the high-voltage battery, the eCitan charges with a maximum power of up to 80 kW at a corresponding charging point. This means it can be charged from 10 to 80 percent SoC in 38 minutes. A CCS (Combined Charging Systems) connector is optionally available for AC and DC charging. It is located in the front under the Mercedes star.

                          Air conditioning by heat pump – economical and comfortable

                          Whether in buildings, in tumble dryers or as a reverse function in refrigerators: heat pumps allow particularly energy-saving air conditioning. As an option[5], the eCitan also uses a heat pump to be particularly energy efficient, reduce the power requirement and provide most of the energy for a stable vehicle range through active thermal management. The vehicle’s battery only supplies the compressor of the installed heat pump, and does not take over the actual air conditioning of the vehicle interior.

                          The intelligent thermal management also ensures that, when charging at a charging station, only the electricity provided there is used for pre-entry climate control. This pre-entry climate control option not only keeps the vehicle battery in the optimum operating range, but also maintains a comfortable interior temperature that is appropriate for the season. This means that the interior temperature does not have to climb to the desired level while driving, but only has to be maintained. The energy content of the vehicle battery is thus mainly available for the drive system.

                          Numerous helpers in the background: the driving assistance and safety systems

                          Safety is a key brand value of Mercedes-Benz. The eCitan is likewise being launched with a comprehensive range of driving assistance and safety systems. The driving assistance systems support drivers in numerous situations, and monitor the traffic and surroundings using radar sensors and cameras. When necessary, they can issue warnings and assist the driver by intervening.[6]

                          In addition to the legally required ABS and ESP® systems, the eCitan has the Mercedes‑Benz emergency call system as standard. It offers additional functions over and above those of the legally required eCall. For example, communication is not in the respective national language but in the language that has been set in the infotainment system. This is useful in the event of an accident abroad, for example. The Mercedes‑Benz emergency call centre then notifies the nearest rescue control centre.

                          In addition, numerous driving assistance systems are already on board as standard in the eCitan Panel Van:

                          • Hill Start Assist: Maintains the brake pressure when the driver’s foot moves from the brake pedal to the accelerator when starting uphill, preventing rollback.
                          • Crosswind Assist: Can reduce the effects of gusting wind by assisting drivers with braking action at the front and rear wheel on the side facing the wind.
                          • ATTENTION ASSIST: Can detect when drivers are becoming increasingly inattentive and drowsy, with an audible and visual prompt to take a break.

                          The following systems are standard equipment in the eCitan Tourer, and are optionally available for the Panel Van:

                          • Active Brake Assist: Can help to avoid rear-end collisions and accidents with crossing vehicles as well as pedestrians and cyclists.
                          • Active Lane Keeping Assist: Is active from 70 km/h and works gently with steering instead of braking interventions.
                          • Blind Spot Assist: Uses radar to observe the areas to the side of the vehicle not covered by the exterior mirrors, and issues an audible as well as a visual warning in the form of an illuminated triangle in the exterior mirrors.
                          • Speed Limit Assist with traffic sign recognition: Can recognise speed limits with the aid of a camera, and displays them in the instrument cluster. It can issue visual and audible warnings if the vehicle exceeds the detected speed limit.

                          To further enhance active safety, Mercedes‑Benz Vans offers further assistance systems for the eCitan on request, e.g. the Driving Assistance Package with two additional safety systems:

                          • Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC[7]: Automatically maintains the set speed and the distance to the vehicle in front. The current speed limit can be adopted at the touch of a button. The system uses information from the camera and the radar sensors. The desired distance can be set to four different levels. If the traffic in front comes to a standstill, the vehicle can automatically brake itself to a stop. If the traffic moves again within three seconds, the vehicle starts automatically (automatic tailback function) – otherwise at the touch of a button or by tapping the accelerator.
                          • Active Steering Assist[8]: Helps drivers to keep the EQT in the middle of the lane – especially helpful for monotonous journeys on straight or slightly winding roads. The system uses the detected lane markings.

                          For additional convenience and safety when parking, Active Parking Assist with PARKTRONIC and reversing camera is available as optional equipment. It assists the driver in entering and exiting a parking space by providing steering assistance. Parking spaces perpendicular to the road can be used either forwards or in reverse, while parallel parking spaces can only be entered in reverse. If Active Parking Assist was used to park in a space, it can also be used to leave that space. PARKTRONIC can also detect and warn of obstacles to the side.

                          The likewise optional Rear Parking Package assists when parking in reverse. Ultrasonic sensors and a camera in the handle of the tailgate or door monitor what is happening behind the vehicle. It also facilitates reversing up to a trailer drawbar. In the eCitan without MBUX, the camera image appears in the rear-view mirror, otherwise on the MBUX central display.

                          In combination with the optional trailer coupling, the eCitan also features Trailer Stabilisation Assist. If the vehicle combination begins to sway, the system uses braking interventions stabilise it.

                          LED High Performance headlights and partial LED rear lights are available as an option for the eCitan. They increase safety at night, thanks to their wide light distribution and light colour similar to daylight. When driving on motorways they also raise the light cone slightly to suit the driving conditions. They also consume very little energy.

                          Just like the standard halogen headlamps, these can also be combined with Highbeam Assist. With a camera installed behind the windscreen, it continually monitors the traffic and, from a speed of 40 km/h, it regulates the light distribution appropriately. If the system detects oncoming vehicles or vehicles travelling in front, it automatically dips the headlamps. This means that drivers do not have to switch manually between low and high beam, and will use the longer range of the high beam more often. The light and rain sensor included as standard ensures excellent visibility at night and in poor weather. It can automatically switch on the headlamps and windscreen wipers when the weather conditions require it. LED front fog lamps are available as an option.

                          The eCitan is also well equipped with restraint systems to protect the vehicle’s occupants: The Panel Van is equipped with six airbags as standard. Front airbags, windowbags, thorax sidebags. The Citan Tourer also has a seventh airbag, a centre airbag which can deploy between the driver and co-driver seats in the event of a severe side collision, thus reducing the risk of mutual head contact.

                          The most important data at a glance:

                            eCitaneCitan Tourer (only compact)
                          Drive system Front-wheel
                          Electric motor at front axleModelExternally excited synchronous motor
                          Output (peak)kW90
                          Torque (peak)Nm245
                          Maximum speedkm/h132
                          Battery energy content, usablekWh45
                          AC charging time2 up to 11 kW (standard) / up to 22 kW (optional)h4.5/2.5
                          Charging time at fast-charging station (with DC charge2, up to 80 kW)minapprox. 38 (10-80% SoC)
                          Charging voltage 400V
                          Vehicle 
                          Length/width/height (compact)

                          Length/Width/Height (long)

                          mm4498/1859/1819

                          4922/ 1859/1830

                          4498/1859/1819

                           

                          Wheelbase (compact)

                          Wheelbase (long)

                          mm2716

                          3100

                          2716

                           

                          Max. load capacity according to VDA standard (compact)

                          Max. load capacity according to VDA standard (long)

                          Cu m. / l.2.9 Cu m.

                          3.62 Cu m.

                          1979 l

                           

                          Permissible gross weight/payload (compact)

                          Permissible gross weight/payload (long)

                          kg2220–2240/521-544

                          2480–2490/485–722

                          2390 / 375-516

                           

                          Turning circlem11,2 / 13,211,2
                          Wheelbasemm2716 / 3.1002176
                          Max. roof loadkg80 with roof rack
                          Towing capacity, braked/unbraked Up to 1450 / 750

                          Up to 1400 / 750

                          1500 / up to 750
                          Consumption and range[9] 
                          Combined power consumption (WLTP)kWh/100 km18,9619,16
                          Combined CO2 emissions, WLTPg/km0
                          Range (WLTP)km284 / 283280

                          Sales launch for the Mercedes-Benz Citan with long wheelbase

                          The conventionally powered Citan Panel Van with a long wheelbase will be delivered to the first markets in early summer. Prices start at 28,390 euros4 for the Citan 110 CDI with 70 kW (95 hp) in the BASE equipment line.

                          With a loading capacity of 3.62 cubic meters, it offers delivery services and craftsmen even more space for goods and equipment (+ 0.72 m³ compared to the compact model). The usable loading length is 2.17 meters to the partition wall and the payload is up to 855 kilograms.

                          The long-wheelbase version of the Citan is available in three engine variants. The two diesel models have an output of 70 kW (95 hp) and 85 kW (116 hp). The top-of-the-range model with petrol engine has an output of 96 kW (131 hp). The long panel van has the same standard equipment and all optional equipment as the compact model. These include the BASE (standard) and PRO equipment lines (1,926 euros)4, the MBUX multimedia system (752 euros)4, the LED high-performance headlights (867 euros)4, the parking package with Active Parking Assist (705 euros)4 and the rear parking package with reversing camera (706 euros)4.

                          [1] The stated values are the calculated “WLTP CO2 values” in accordance with Article 2, No. 3 of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153. Fuel consumption figures have been calculated on this basis. Power consumption and range were determined on the basis of Directive 2017/1151/EU. Range specification applies to the five-seater.

                          [2] Minimum charging time from 10 to 80% under optimal conditions at DC charging station with supply voltage 400 volts, current 300 A; the charging time may vary depending on various factors, such as ambient and battery temperature and when using additional auxiliary consumers, such as heating.

                          [3] Maximum charging power at DC charging station with supply voltage 400 volts, current 300 A; the maximum charging power depends on various factors, such as ambient and battery temperature and the state of charge of the battery at the start of charging.

                          [4] German net list price, 19% VAT not included

                          [5] in connection with air conditioning

                          [6] The driver assistance and safety systems are aids and do not relieve the driver of his responsibility.

                          [7] Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC will be available at a later date.

                          [8] Active Steering Assist will be available at a later date.

                          [9] Range and power consumption were determined on the basis of Regulation 692/2008/EC

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                            Precio del EQT para España

                            VersiónP.V.P.
                            EQT 90 kW (122 CV) / 45 kWh48.650 €

                            Precios vigentes desde Mayo / 2023 sin incluir descuentos u otras promociones

                             

                            https://www.motor.es/noticias/precio-bmw-serie-5-2023-202395117.html

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                              Precios de la eCitan

                              VersiónPrecio
                              eCitan Furgón Pro Largo34.406 €
                              eCitan Furgón Pro Extra Largo35.722 €
                              eCitan Tourer Pro Largo38.396 €

                              Precios vigentes desde Junio / 2023

                               

                              https://www.motor.es/noticias/precio-mercedes-ecitan-2023-202395327.html

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                                La Nissan Townstar recibe la variante de batalla larga.

                                Fuente: Nissan

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                                  Presentado el Grand Kangoo

                                  Mismos motores que la versión normal, incluido el eléctrico

                                  Foto 1Foto 2Foto 3Foto 4Foto 5Foto 6Foto 7Foto 8Foto 9Foto 10Foto 11Foto 12Foto 13Foto 14Foto 15Foto 16

                                   

                                  https://www.motor.es/noticias/renault-grand-kangoo-202397155.html

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                                    Por muy grand que sea, 265 kilómetros de autonomía máxima en el eléctrico es alarmante.

                                    Son casi cifras de 2013

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                                      En 2013 creo que era incluso peor, 160 o por ahí 🤣

                                      La verdad es que no parece que hayan querido apostar por una batería mayor, no se si por precio o qué, porque con la base que tiene puede llevar una más grande…

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                                        Base a parte, con lo graaande que es podría llevar un buen paquete de baterías.

                                        Seguramente sea lo que comentas, a más batería, más precio.

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                                          Grand Kangoo en el salón de Munich, via worldscoop

                                          2020 - [Renault] Kangoo III - Page 38 S0-renault-grand-kangoo-e-tech-on-em-pile-les-troupes-en-direct-du-salon-de-munich-2023-768381

                                          2020 - [Renault] Kangoo III - Page 38 S0-renault-grand-kangoo-e-tech-on-em-pile-les-troupes-en-direct-du-salon-de-munich-2023-768383

                                          2020 - [Renault] Kangoo III - Page 38 S0-renault-grand-kangoo-e-tech-on-em-pile-les-troupes-en-direct-du-salon-de-munich-2023-768399

                                          2020 - [Renault] Kangoo III - Page 38 S0-renault-grand-kangoo-e-tech-on-em-pile-les-troupes-en-direct-du-salon-de-munich-2023-768397

                                          2020 - [Renault] Kangoo III - Page 38 S0-renault-grand-kangoo-e-tech-on-em-pile-les-troupes-en-direct-du-salon-de-munich-2023-768389

                                          2020 - [Renault] Kangoo III - Page 38 S8-renault-grand-kangoo-e-tech-on-em-pile-les-troupes-en-direct-du-salon-de-munich-2023-768385

                                          2020 - [Renault] Kangoo III - Page 38 S0-renault-grand-kangoo-e-tech-on-em-pile-les-troupes-en-direct-du-salon-de-munich-2023-768392

                                          2020 - [Renault] Kangoo III - Page 38 S0-renault-grand-kangoo-e-tech-on-em-pile-les-troupes-en-direct-du-salon-de-munich-2023-768395

                                          2020 - [Renault] Kangoo III - Page 38 S0-renault-grand-kangoo-e-tech-on-em-pile-les-troupes-en-direct-du-salon-de-munich-2023-768394

                                           https://www.caradisiac.com/photos-article/renault-grand-kangoo-2023-c-est-lui-le-vrai-nouvel-espace-en-direct-du-salon-de-munich-2023-204123.htm

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                                            Precios del Mercedes clase T versión larga:

                                            Precios vigentes desde Noviembre / 2023 sin incluir descuentos u otras promociones

                                             

                                            Medidas y volúmenes oficialmente homologados en los Mercedes Clase T

                                             

                                            https://www.motor.es/noticias/mercedes-clase-t-largo-precios-espana-202398886.html

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