Vauxhall has announced prices for its new Combo-e compact van, which it has unveiled at the Commercial Vehicle Show at the NEC in Birmingham. 

Available as a panel van and crew van, in two body lengths and in three trim levels, prices will start from £25,238 and go up to £28,218, excluding VAT and including the Plug-in Van Grant, when the electric van goes on sale before the end of 2021. 

Powered by a 50kWh battery, the Combo-e delivers a claimed range of 171 miles (WLTP) and features a single electric motor producing 100kW (136PS). Using a 100kW charger, the Combo-e can be charged from 0-80% in 30 minutes. The Combo-e has a maximum payload of 800kg and up to of 4.4m3 of load space. 

With the introduction of the Combo-e, Vauxhall will offer electric variants of all its vans and claims that from 2028, it will only sell electric vehicles.