That the e-C4 is at the top end of the C4 pricing spectrum comes as little surprise, really, that is pretty much the industry norm presently. Starting at £30,895 for the Sense Plus model it’s close enough to the range-topping Shine Plus model for us to recommend you stretch to it, because it comes with the most comprehensive list of standard equipment. Specifically, that Shine Plus brings things like premium audio equipment, the whole host of safety kit, including, usefully, Active Blind Spot Detection, as well as some nice touches like a heated steering wheel and front seats.
Unsurprisingly, too, the e-C4’s pricing pitches it against its Peugeot e2008 relation, as well as against what’s likely to be its most formidable competitor, the VW ID.3. It’s worth noting that rivals like the Kia e-Niro and Hyundai Ioniq Electric are also around the same price, and, potentially, offer greater range.
With 1% BIK it’s a wise buy for a business buyer, electric is the way to go if you’re intent on spending as little on your company car. Retained values aren’t likely to be as strong as those for its key rivals, though in every other area the e-C4 is as similarly inexpensive an ownership proposition as its plug-in alternatives.