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Leasing a Peugeot e-2008 in the UK

The UK is very much a nation of SUV, crossover and 4x4 enthusiasts – both personal and business leasing customers enjoy the higher-driving position, safety and spacious interiors for families (and pets). The ever popular 2008, which is an elevated 208, made its way into the world of electrification with the all-electric model going on sale in 2020.

The zero emission 2008 is one to consider against the Mokka-e, Hyundai Kona and Kia Niro EV. And not only is the 2008 a striking car visually, with a unique interior, this also benefits from the quality engineering which Stellantis are now being known for. For any families looking for a smaller electric SUV to lease on a budget, make sure the Peugeot forms part of the discussion.

Not unlike their smaller hatchback, the 208, the SUV offering will operate on similar specification levels with the following line-up:

  • Active Premium – at £33,700 this base model offers 16” Elbron alloys, automatic air conditioning, power folding door mirrors, rear parking sensors and automatic lights and wipers;
  •  Allure Premium – at £35,300 enjoy the Peugeot 3D i-Cockpit, 180 degree reversing camera, 17” alloys, active safety brake and gloss black roof rails; 
  •  GT – from £37,950 customers benefit from 10” colour touchscreen, 3D navigation, full LED headlights, smartbeam assist, interior ambient lighting and front parking sensors; and
  • GT Premium – the top of the line £38,350 option includes keyless entry and go, adaptive cruise control, lane position assist, alcantara trim and 18” diamond cut alloys.

There’s also some nice extras and touches to consider adding to the new e-2008 including the panoramic sunroof, 11kW triphase upgrade (for quicker AC charging sessions), park assist and heated front seats.

But should I, or the company, be leasing the Peugeot e-2008?  Looking for the best finance product on this small SUV can cause some our customers headaches. Must of this is generally down to the poor information on electric cars and different products available. In terms of ensuring the 2008 is correct for you in the pure electric format use our leading “Living with your …” tools to assess everything from range – charging times – cables – charging cost – charge point infrastructure and beyond. In terms of the “leasing”, or contract hire as we refer to it, you just have to understand that this is a long-term rental based on a 2, 3 or 4 year contract.

We call it usership because you never own or buy the car. For a personal customer looking at this, simply compare a lease against a PCP (which works in a similar fashion with the exception of a balloon / GFV at contract end) or Hire Purchase (HP) which is effectively a loan secured against the car for you to pay off. For businesses not wanting to use rental products, then consider a finance lease (which works in a similar fashion with the exception of a balloon / final rental at contract end) or similar HP solutions. It isn’t about right or wrong; this is about choosing something suitable for your needs and requirements.

And while the e-2008 offers 2% BiK in the electric format for your business and salary customers, this doesn’t mean similar financial benefits don’t apply for PCH customers too. Many will note company car and salary sacrifice schemes moving to electrification as they are not only the most tax effective solution for the driver (at 2% BiK the tax exposure is nominal) but they can represent much better option for the company and fleet managers too. And all types of customers can enjoy the enhanced Whole of Life cost savings on fuel, maintenance and servicing with the e-2008.

On the subject of electric performance, note that the e-2008 SUV adopts the same 45 kWh usable lithium battery from the 208. This delivers 100 kW (or 134hp) for 0 – 62 times of 8.5 seconds and 93 mph top speeds. On a full charge the car will operate at around 130 miles in colder weather (combined) and a comprehensive 180 miles in warmer weather (combined).

For charging, a standard car will take just over 7 hours on the 7.4 kW AC maximum from 0 – 100% with the 101 kW DC rapid charging capability providing 10 – 80% times of 25 minutes.

Is the e-2008 EV the one for you or the company?  At e-car lease we can supply anything from retail solutions to complete fleet and salary sacrifice setups. To be clear, with over 6 years of electric car and van leasing, you have the utmost confidence that you are working alongside experts.

And as a broker, we only introduce you to some of the biggest, and best, finance companies who featured on the FN50. Just call us on 01942 910 001 or email us at [email protected] if you want a detailed of tailored experience. Alternatively, get an instant price on our website by selecting your electric e-2008 on the dedicated deals section and use the quote calculator to construct the best deal.

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Frequently asked questions
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How much is a Peugeot e-2008 Electric to lease?
Ranging between £33,000 – £39,000 (at the time of writing in May 2022), expect the best electric 2008 deals to cost between £300 – £450 per month depending on the car, specification and contract you need. Use our handy quote tool to amend the term, mileage and initial rental.

Is a Peugeot e-2008 a good car to lease?
The e-2008 is very much an enhanced 208 hatchback proposition and so this crossover has manged to win the support and positive feedback from the automotive press. The team at What Car? rate this at 4 out of 5, CarWow say 7/10 and Autocar at 3.5/5. While this is not as well received as the small hatchback version, it is very much a capable electrified crossover. With the new Kia Niro EV and Hyundai Kona on route, this is becoming a competitive segment.

Is a Peugeot e-2008 electric lease right for me or the business?
This small SUV from Peugeot will almost certainly feature on your list of ideal cheap electric options to select. And while the style and technology from the French team will provide comfort and enjoyment, do ensure the EV-lifestyle is well considered before committing to our long-term deals. With electrification comes added responsibilities like charging infrastructure at home or the workplace plus range analysis against your regular commutes. The e-car lease unique “Living with your …” tools are amazing for helping you, or the fleet team, make these decisions properly.

Where do I find the best Peugeot e-2008 lease deals in the UK?
We understand that many customers, PCH or BCH, simply want the best price on the e-2008. We therefore are introduced to many of you via leading leasing aggregation offerings like AutoLeaseCompare, CarWow, LeaseFetcher and LeaseLoco or review websites like Discover EV and the GreenCarGuide. But with e-car lease, it isn’t just about the monthly price; you receive the leading expert advice and data synthesis for free as part of our commitment to become the UK’s leaders on all things electric car and van related! Additionally, visit to your local Peugeot retailer to look at and test-drive the 2008 before your deal. For those looking at lease v buy on the Peugeot SUV, this is a great way to compare prices.

What is the Cheapest Peugeot e-2008 Electric leasing option?
At the time of writing (May 2022) ELECTRIC ESTATE 100kW Active Premium 50kWh 5dr Auto at just under £34,000 is the cheapest. But note that we sometimes have bulk deals and special offers on better specifications, so always compare against these to achieve the ideal result.

What is the range of an electric Peugeot e-2008?
Using the “Living with your …” tools you will see that this car will operate differently according to external temperatures and driving styles / behaviours. Winter should produce motorway ranges of 110 miles and 160 miles in urban conditions on a full charge. In spring and summer enjoy a better 140 miles and 235 miles respectively. ALWAYS use a mixed range approach to avoid being misled on the range of an electric car.

Can you tow a Peugeot e-2008?
No – Peugeot have not made any tow hitch or attachments available for this SUV EV.

What is the towing capacity of the Peugeot e-2008?
N/A – you cannot tow with this vehicle.

What is the MPG of the Peugeot e-2008?
The car has a fuel equivalent of 139 mpg.

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