- Peugeot Connected 3D Navigation
- 17" Shaw diamond cut two tone alloy wheels
- Tri material alcantara/cloth upholstery
- Diamond Black roof
- Front and rear carpet mats in black with specific detailing
The range of PEUGEOT electric cars at Robins & Day offers you a wide choice from small hatchbacks ready for an urban adventure to large SUVs packed with technology and spacious interiors, ideal for family holidays or an action packed weekend away.
A PEUGEOT car provides an outstanding environmental performance with a large battery life and state-of-the-art technology so you can travel to any destination, comfortably and worry free.
Switching to a PEUGEOT electric car can save you money, help the environment and provide you with an enjoyable driving experience.
Thanks to improved efficiency, different grants of up to £3,000, tax benefits such as paying the basic rate of VED and price exemptions, PEUGEOT electric vehicles can save you money in the short and long term, allowing you to fuel your hobbies rather than your car.
PEUGEOT electric cars offer a new driving sensation with incredible levels of driving comfort thanks to quiet engines, reduced vibrations and immediate engine torque allowing you to accelerate off the mark without gear changes.
PEUGEOT electric cars produce 0g of CO2 emissions and produce no greenhouse gasses.
Thanks to Rapid charge points, you can charge PEUGEOT electric batteries up to 80% in 30 minutes.
PEUGEOT electric cars can travel up to and impressive 217* miles on one charge.
*Dependant on version
Thanks to immediate engine torque, PEUGEOT electric vehicles have sharp acceleration as well as the pleasure of flexible, dynamic, and silent driving.
Low emission vehicles may be cheaper to run than standard petrol and diesel engines but there are things you can do to further improve fuel consumption and reduce CO2 emissions.
Before you set of on your journey try to only take the necessities. If your car is heavier, the engine has to use more fuel to power it. Cruise control can have a beneficial impact to your fuel consumption as it will allow you to travel at a constant speed, reducing the need for you to use the accelerator. Also, where you can, try to drive on the motorway, this should reduce stopping and starting and you will be at a constant speed.
Charging you PEUGEOT electric car has never been easier. There is a range of charging options available including accelerated, domestic and rapid charging, each with varied charging times and capabilities. Many charging stations are located around the UK which can be operated by registering with the network, downloading the networks app and some now have card payments built in.
Accelerated charging was specifically designed for electric vehicles. It’s faster to charge than using a domestic plug. With power levels commonly at 7kW, your vehicle would fully charge in 7.5 hours. Domestic charging uses a standard household 3 pin socket. This method of charging can take 22 hours from a typical domestic household and can be risky if the socket has not been properly checked. Therefore we would always recommend that you have any socket you plan to charge from checked for suitability by a certified electrician. Rapid charging uses direct currents to charge the battery quickly. They charge the first 80% as fast and efficiently as possible and then stop or slow down charging for the final 20%.
Find local charging points near you using the map below:
With revised pricing for all e-2008 models and enhanced deposit contributions for the e-208 range, PEUGEOT has reinforced its commitment to affordable electrification.
Our new research suggests that many UK drivers wrongly believe that electric cars are more expensive to run than a traditional fuel-powered car.
PEUGEOT has continued its award-winning run in 2021, with the all-new e-208 named ‘Best Small Electric Car’ and the all-new 2008 winning the ‘Best Small SUV’ title at the annual carwow 2021 ‘Car of the Year’ Awards.&
If you’re lining up your next car purchase but not sure which way to go, we’ve put together this guide that will break down the key elements of the electric vs combustion cars debate as we head into 2021.