Peugeot UK has reduced list prices across the entire e-2008 range to ensure customers can continue to benefit from the Plug-in Car Grant (PiCG). A reduction of £450 on all versions mean Active Premium, Allure and Allure Premium models remain eligible for the new grant.
With the move to revise pricing for all e-2008 models and enhanced deposit contributions for the e-208 range, Peugeot has made changes in response to the recent overhaul of UK Government’s Plug-in Car Grant. The grant has been reduced to £2,500 and is now only available on new electric vehicles costing less than £35,000, as the electric vehicle market in the UK steadily expands.
Following adjustment from the Plug-in Car Grant, prices for the Active Premium now start at £30,730, while Allure models start from £31,930 and Allure Premium variants from £32,380. Peugeot UK is also offering an additional £500 support in deposit contribution on PCP contracts and cash purchases through the month of March. In addition, further customer savings of £500 have been applied to our Pride offers and Personal and Business contract hire agreements on all e-208 models. In combination with the £2,500 PiCG this brings the total deduction to £3,000, matching the Government’s previous subsidy.
“The Plug-in Car Grant has helped many make the switch to electric vehicles, and we have ensured our electric cars remain eligible for the grant,” said Julie David, Managing Director of PEUGEOT UK. “The revised pricing of the e-2008 and increased deposit contribution for the e-208 are further evidence of our commitment to electrification with our goal to offer an electrified variant across our entire model line-up by 2025.”
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