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    Peugeot E-208

    100kW GT 50kWh 5dr Auto

    217 miles


    50 kWh

    Battery size

    30 mins

    Charging time

    136 bhp



    Insurance group

    311 litres

    Boot space

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    Manufacturers warranty

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    Road tax

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    Breakdown cover

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    93 mph

    Top speed

    136 bhp


    8.1 secs


    50 kWh

    Battery size

    217 miles


    30 mins

    Charging time



    Front Wheel Drive


    Key features.

    • 17" Bronx two-tone alloy wheels
    • Navigation system
    • Driver and front passenger sport seats
    • Dark tinted Rear side and tailgate windows
    • Automatic air conditioning
    • Visio park assist 180 with colour reversing camera + front and rear parking sensor
    • DAB Digital radio
    Peugeot 208

    One of the best-known city cars, the five-door Peugeot 208 is also one of the best in quality – even more so in electric form. Showcase on the streets a smart body style with sporty lines etched across it. Better yet, do it with zero emissions. Your drive awaits.



    317 mi.


    306 mi.



    217 mi.


    194 mi.


    217 mi.



    Standard and fast charging available

    Charging port location.

    Left Side Rear.

    Charging port

    Left Side Rear.

    Fast charging port


    50 kWh.

    Battery capacity

    N kWh.

    Battery useable

    Charging times.

    Between 0 - 0

    Charge times.

    30 min

    Rapid charger (100kW)/(0-80%)

    7 hr 30 min

    Installed home charger (7kW)/(0-100%)

    24 hr 0 min

    Installed home charger (3kW)/(0-100%)


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    Peugeot 208 review.

    By Jonathan Crouch

    Ten second review.

    It's getting harder and harder to resist the draw of full-electric vehicles. Most of them seem to be SUVs these days but here's a Zero Emission supermini, the Peugeot e-208, which was introduced in 2019. It looks snappy, in its original form did 211 miles between charges and has no practicality downsides over the combustion-engined version. What's not to like?


    5dr supermini (EV) [Active, Allure, GT Line, GT]

    Design and Build.

    The all-electric e-208 was distinguished from what Peugeot calls 'thermic'-powered models by the adoption of body colouring for the front grille and a more unusual 'Dichroic' finish for the lion badge that appears to change colour, depending on your viewing angle. Most versions of this model were ordered in either 'GT-Line' or top 'GT'-spec, these two top variants recognisable by 'diamond black' roof colouring and glossy black wheel arch flares, which streamline the body, making the wheel diameter of the 17-inch wheel rims appear larger. Inside, there's the usual 208 'i-Cockpit' driving position format that sees you viewing the instrument binnacle over the upper rim of a tiny steering wheel rather than conventionally through the wheel spokes. On all but the entry-level version of this model, you'll find that the concept was further developed with the addition of a clever 3D instrument binnacle display. More media technology sits to your left in the form of the usual centre-dash touchscreen, normally 7.0-inches in size but offered on top models in 10-inch form. The seats are reasonably comfortable, there's not much wrong with the ergonomics and there's a reasonable amount of cabin storage space. What about the rear? Well it's certainly more cramped than the supermini norm but it'll be fine for the children who'll most commonly travel back here. The curvature of the front seat backs is designed to improve knee room, there's a notably low centre transmission tunnel and there's lots of room to poke your feet beneath those front chairs. There's no compromise in boot space, which is 311-litres in size just like any other 208. It's quite a usable, squarically-sized space, with 674mm of length and 1,018mm of width between the wheel arches.

    Market and Model.

    The e-208 EV prices from around £12,600 (around £14,400 retail) with base 'Active'-spec on a '19-plate, with values rising to around £17,300 (around £19,100 retail) for a late '22-plate 'Allure Premium+' model with the same drivetrain. Allow a premium of around £2,000 more if you want your EV 208 with sportier 'GT Line' trim. All quoted values are sourced through industry experts cap hpi. <a href="">Click here for a free valuation.</a>

    Cost of Ownership.

    Most e-208 buyers we came across seemed satisfied. But inevitably there were a few issues. We've heard of issues with the electric power steering system caused by a malfunctioning steering rack or pump. And there have been reports of excessive tyre wear on versions with 17-inch alloy wheels. You also need to thoroughly check the infotainment system, which has been known to develop issues, freezing or crashing without warning. This can be caused by software glitches, which require the set-up to be updated or reset. You might also find the central screen has slow response times, which can be due to an overloaded processor or insufficient memory. A few owners reported issues with the sound quality from the speakers, caused by problems with speaker wiring. We've heard problems with the air conditioning system not cooling properly during hot weather conditions. This can be due to a faulty compressor, a refrigerant leak or a blocked condenser. Some owners have also reported problems with the central locking system malfunctioning. Otherwise, it's just the usual things; check the interior for child scrapes - and the wheels and rear bumpers for parking scratches. And insist on a fully stamped-up service history.


    (approx based on a 2020 e-208 1.2 excl. VAT) Front brake pads vary in price between £16-£31 for a set; rear pads are around £46. For front brake discs, think around £33-£100 for a pair. A door mirror glass is about £18; a door mirror indicator about £22.

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