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Fiat e-Doblo Crew Review 2023

The Fiat e-Doblo Crew is an electric crew van that's yet another addition to the Stellantis Group of vans. Like its siblings, the e-Doblo Crew comes with good build quality, a competitive electric range, and plenty of equipment as standard. 

Rivals to the e-Doblo Crew include the Citroen e-Berlingo, Peugeot e-Partner, Vauxhall Combo-e, and Toyota ProAce City Electric

Our Fiat e-Doblo Crew review covers:

Fiat e-Doblo Crew Key Features

  • Unique front end and two side sliding doors
  • Well-build interior with five seats and a sliding bulkhead 
  • 3.5m3 load volume and 721kg payload 
  • 100kW motor and 50kWh battery 
  • Just one trim level 

Fiat e-Doblo Crew Pros and Cons:


  • Decent ride quality and performance 
  • Reliable 
  • Good electric motor and battery combination


  • Only one battery available 
  • Similar to its rivals - some variation is needed 
  • Advanced kit is all optional and expensive 

Design, Practicality and Boot Space

As part of the Stellantis Group of vans, the e-Doblo Crew looks pretty similar to its rivals with its exterior design. The one area that stands out is its front end. It has a unique minimalist front-end design, with a strip running across the grille, lovely LED headlights, and a black panel below it. 

The e-Doblo Crew is slightly longer than the original e-Doblo, and they've used this extra space to add an extra row of seats. Up front, there's plenty of space for two passengers over six feet tall, and the rear bench can fit three passengers, albeit with a bit of a squeeze. 

Fiat e-Doblo Crew exterior

The e-Doblo Crew has a load volume of 3.5m3 and has a payload of 721kg. There's also a sliding bulkhead that provides a unique modular system between the seats and cargo space for storing longer items. 

Interior and Trims

The cabin of the e-Doblo Crew is very familiar to its rivals. The dashboard is quite large and largely made of plastic materials, but it's well-designed and built to last. 

On the dash, you get an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system with a DAB radio, sat-nav, and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto. There's also a digital instrument cluster behind the wheel that displays all your electric vehicle information.  

If you want more technology, there are various packs you can add, which include a head-up display, parking sensors, and various driver safety features. 

The e-Doblo Crew comes with just one trim level. It has 15-inch wheels, two sliding side doors, a steel framed mesh bulkhead with two positions, a 12v front plug on the dash, a start/stop system, manual air conditioning, cruise control, an eight-inch infotainment system, and emergency brake assist. 

Power and Performance

You get a 100kW motor that's paired with a 50kWh battery. It comes with front-wheel drive and is paired with a single-speed automatic transmission. 

You'll have no qualms about the engine, which will fit the bill around town and on the motorway. It has a power output of 134bhp and achieves 0-62mph in just over 11 seconds (in power mode). 

Range comes in at about 173 miles, and the standard rapid DC charger means you can charge in a 100kW socket from 0-80% in half an hour. 

The powertrain is exactly the same as the ones found in rivals like the Vauxhall Combo-e and Citroen e-Berlingo

Fiat e-Doblo Crew interior

The first thing you need to know about the e-Doblo Crew is that it comes with different driving modes. It'll start in 'Normal', which limits you to 80% of engine power, and the other two are 'Power' (max engine power) and 'Eco' (60% of power). 

Most of the time, you'll drive in Normal mode and find the e-Doblo Crew returns decent performance. Its engine is nippy and accelerates sharply from traffic lights, while its steering is light and accurate. 

Engine noise is also kept to a minimum, and suspension is good, especially if there's a full load in the rear. It can feel a bit jittery without any cargo, but it's not ridiculously uncomfortable. 

Leasing vs Buying

Prices for the new Fiat e-Doblo Crew start from £36,606.00 OTR* or to lease from Price On Request per month.

Looking to get behind the wheel of the Fiat e-Doblo Crew? Nationwide Vehicle Contracts is one of the UK's largest van leasing brokers and offers a range of leasing deals to suit your every need.

Leasing may be cheaper than an outright purchase, thanks to a low initial deposit and fixed monthly rentals.

*' On the road' price correct at time of publication and includes one year's road fund license, DVLA first registration fee and number plate fee. Prices are subject to change; always check with your nearest retailer.