Peugeot e-2008 order books now open
Peugeot’s new 2008 SUV and the e-2008 are now available to order, with the electric version of car starting from £28,150.
Orders are being taken for Peugeot’s new SUV - the 2008 and e-2008. Prices for the fully electric version start at £28,150 for the entry-level Active trim, including the Government Plug-In Car Grant.
The e-2008 is Peugeot’s second fully electric car following the launch of the iOn in 2016, although the manufacturer is quickly ramping up its electrified range with the e-208 hatchback also due in 2020, while the plug-in hybrid range has been expanded with the likes of the 3008 and 508 PHEVs.
The 50kWh battery provides a range of 206 miles (WLTP testing), while the car is capable of charging fully in 7.5 hours on a dedicated home charge point (zero to full) and in around 30 minutes at a 100kWh rapid charging station (0-80%).
The Active trim, which comes with 16” alloy wheels starts at £28,150 with the Government grant, while the Allure trim gets 17” diamond-cut alloys, gloss-black B-pillars and a different cloth interior finish starts from £30,300 including the grant.
The top-of-the-range GT Line and GT trims, which offer more technological features such as reversing camera, built-in sat-nav, and more. These starts £32,000 and £34,275 respectively including the Government Plug-In Car Grant.
Deliveries for the e-2008 are expected in April 2020.