Peugeot began accepting orders for new crossovers 2008 and E-2008November 14, 2019
The French company is already taking orders for the updated crossover 2008 and its electric version of the E-2008. The start of sales is scheduled for next year.
Customers of the French company living in the UK can now place an order for updated crossovers of the 2020 model year – we are talking about the 2008 model and its electric version E-2008. The start of sales is scheduled for early next year.
Peugeot is currently accepting GT Line picks for prices starting at £ 26,100 for the regular version and £ 32,000 for the E-2008.
In this version, the cars are equipped with many functions, including fully LED headlights with Smartbeam Assist, LED taillights, as well as an interior with green Adamite stitching, decorative lighting, “dynamic” seats and aluminum pedals. The new 2008 2020 model year crossover will also be offered to customers in Active, Allure and GT trim levels.
Peugeot e-2008 is equipped with an 136 hp electric motor and a battery of 50 kW * h. The French electric small SUV is expected to have a range of 310 km. The battery can also be charged using fast charging at 100 kW, which allows you to charge the battery up to 80% in just 30 minutes, while it takes 7.5 hours to charge with a conventional 7.4 kW charger.
Conventional versions of the model can be purchased with gasoline and diesel engines. These include the 1.2-liter three-cylinder gasoline PureTech with three different powers (99 hp, 128 hp and 153 hp), as well as the 1.5-liter BlueHDI diesel engine at 99 hp . All models come with front-wheel drive.
“The new 2008 crossover and its electric version of the e-2008 have already aroused great interest among the public, and we are pleased to begin delivering the car early next year,” said David Peel, Managing Director of Peugeot UK.
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