Prices for combustion models sit in the £24,000 to £29,000 bracket and there's a choice between the 'Standard' (5-seat) bodyshape or the lengthened 'Long' (7-seat) model, the latter commanding a premium of around £1,600. There are three trim levels for the combustion models - 'Allure', 'Allure Premium' and 'GT'. The line-up's overall asking figures mean that this van-based compact MPV could easily undercut Peugeot's more car-like 5008 7-seat MPV model by £3,000 to £4,000, depending on the variant being considered. You'll need a budget of just over £30,000 for the all-electric e-Rifter, which is available with both body styles but only with 'Allure Premium' or 'GT' trim.
In the combustion range, base 'Allure' trim includes as standard Lane Keeping Assist, Speed limit recognition and recommendation and Active Safety Brake. Plus air conditioning, electric and heated door mirrors, Bluetooth, a DAB radio and aluminium roof bars. You also get electric rear windows, rear parking sensors, an electric parking brake, tray tables at the back of the front seats, an 8-inch capacitive colour touchscreen with smartphone-mirroring and voice recognition, LED daytime running lights and 16-inch 'Taranaki' Alloy Wheels.
Range-topping 'GT' trim gives you Connected 3D Navigation, keyless entry, automatic dual zone climate control, power folding mirrors, a panoramic glass roof and 17-inch 'Aoraki' alloy wheels. 'Bianca White' is the standard colour for all trims, with 'Onyx Black' and 'Ardent Red' available as options. Metallic paint in five colours ('Cumulus Grey', 'Nimbus Grey', 'Pearl Sand', 'Deep Blue' and 'Sunset Copper') can also be specified on all variants.