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Peugeot are on a mission to electrify its entire car car range by 2023. Peugeot’s range of electric cars are innovative in design and have state-of-the-art technology - there are two standout cars that are having been given their first electric make-overs, the e-208 and e-2008. WHY CHOOSE A PEUGEOT ELECTRIC CAR?There’s so many reasons why PEUGEOT Electric cars are the perfect option for you next car. Here’s a few of our favourite reasons:NEW DRIVING SENSATIONBy now you’ll have probably come across an electric car and been amazed by the quiet engine. Well Peugeot takes your average driving experience to new levels of driving comfort thanks to the quiet engine and reduced vibrations in a PEUGEOT electric car. You’ll find joy in with the easy start up and immediate engine torque that allows a clear acceleration without gear changes.You’ll also be doing your bit for the environment as the PEUGEOT electric vehicles emit no harmful CO2 or NOx gases. SAVE MONEYAlthough it may feel like you’re paying more for the initial cost of an electric vehicle, take in to account the cost of energy (electricity or fuel), insurance and vehicle maintenance and you’ll soon see the money you’ll be saving. A PEUGEOT electric car makes for an average consumption gain of 40% and maintenance that is up to 30% cheaper compared to a combustion vehicle. Furthermore, by buying an electric car, you benefit from the Government Grant scheme of £3,000*.EASE OF USEPEUGEOT electric cars feature fast, intuitive charging and it’s simple to find a charging point wherever you are, at any time.
The PEUGEOT e-208 is a sporty vehicle that squeezes an impressive amount of features and personality into its compact package, the all-new Peugeot 208 is a hot hatch that’s hard to ignore. Here is everything you need to know about the all-new Peugeot 208:
Discover the all-new PEUGEOT e-2008 SUV with its full electric powertrain. The all-new PEUGEOT e-2008 SUV boasts the same powerful, fluid, and generous lines as the combustion versions, but adopts some exclusive and distinctive design features. Here’s just a snippet of what you can expect:
PEUGEOT electric cars use lithium iOn batteries which are included in the purchase of the vehicle. They have a range that can reach 217 miles WLTP and a capacity of 140 Wh (136 hp for the e208). The battery warranty also covers 8 years or 100,000 miles and is fully transferable to new owners.PLUG IN CAR GRANTBy making the switch to a PEUGEOT electric car you could also receive a grant of up to £3,000. All you need to do is answer a few questions when filling out the paperwork for the car and we’ll do the hard work for you and save you £1,000s of your new car. The Office For Low Emission vehicle administer this grant, which currently offers 35% off an electric car, capped at a maximum of £3,000.
TAX BENEFITSYou can also save £145 per year thanks to the fact that electric vehicles are currently exempt from paying the basic rate of VED. If you’re a company car driver, you will also benefit from reduced company car tax (BIK) (link to article) – 0% for tax year 2020/21! Business can also benefit from enhanced capital write down allowances.
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Terms and Conditions
The fuel consumption you achieve, and CO2 produced, in real world conditions will depend upon a number of factors: including the accessories fitted (post registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. There is a new test (WLTP*) used to measure fuel consumption and CO2 figures. The fuel consumption figures shown in this advert are calculated under the WLTP test.
The CO2 figures shown are NEDC equivalent (NEDCeq), calculated using EC correlation tool which converts WLTP figures to NEDC figures, however, these NEDCeq figures are based on the outgoing test cycle (NEDC**) and will be used to calculate tax for first registration. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; you should only compare fuel consumption and CO2 figures with other vehicles tested using the same technical standard.
*WLTP - Worldwide harmonised Light vehicles Test Procedure. **NEDC - New European Driving Cycle.
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