Like its predecessors, this Scudo comes in three configurations - Van, Crew Cab and Cab with platform. And there are two trim levels - 'Standard' and 'Primo'. There are four diesel powerplants and two full-EV powertrains.
As you'd expect, the LCV range pricing broadly mirrors what you'll pay for this model's identically-engineered Stellantis Group mid-sized LCV cousins - the Peugeot Expert, the Citroen Dispatch and the Vauxhall Vivaro. For the combustion variants, think in terms of ex-VAT on the road figures in the £25,000-£34,000 bracket. For the full electric versions, think in terms of pricing in the £33,000-£40,000 bracket after subtraction of the government's Plug-in grant.
All models are decently equipped, even base-spec variants including cruise control, a speed limiter and a 7-inch centre screen including Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone-mirroring and a DAB audio system with Bluetooth. The main reason you'd want to stretch to plusher 'Primo' spec is to get the useful 'Moduwork' package which gives you a fold-up middle seat, a fold-down writing table in the centre seat back and storage under the passenger bench. Plus a useful load-through flap under the outer passenger seat into the cargo area. 'Primo' spec also upgrades you with front fog lamps, a panoramic view camera, power-folding mirrors and a 'Look Pack' which gets you a body-coloured finish for the front and rear bumpers, the side rubbing strips and the exterior door handles.