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Peugeot e2008 Review

Price: £30,730 - £39,180

Smart looking both inside and out, well-made and great to drive, the Peugeot e-2008 is more practical than a small hatch and more affordable than a bigger SUV.


  • Battery size: 50kWh
  • Electric cost/month: £36
  • Battery warranty: 8 years/100,000 miles
  • Emissions: 0g/km
  • Range: 191 miles
  • Peugeot E2008 electric car exterior front driving
  • Peugeot E2008 electric car interior dashboard and display
  • Peugeot E2008 electric car exterior rear driving
  • Peugeot E2008 electric car parked in driveway
  • Peugeot E2008 electric car charging port

Ginny Says



“I really like the e2008. It bridges the between a small hatchback and a big SUV, making it a practical family electric car. It may not have the longest range, but it's pretty efficient for this type of car too.”

Nicki Says



“I really like the way modern Peugeots look, inside and out. It's distinctive and stylish although I really like the look of the e-2008's sister car the Vauxhall Mokka too. Both have a decent range and performance while the 100kW charging means longer journeys needn't be a chore.”

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Peugeot E2008 electric car charging port

Got questions? We've put together the most frequently-asked topics below. If there's something we haven't answered here or in the review then let us know on our contact page

Is the Peugeot e-2008 a hybrid?

No. Walk into a Peugeot dealership and there will be the choice of petrol, diesel and pure electric versions, with the electric one called e-2008.

How much is the Peugeot e-2008?

Prices start at nearly £31,000 and rise to just under £37,000 after the £3,000 Government grant. PCP finance deals from Peugeot start at around £290 per month.

Is the Peugeot e-2008 four-wheel drive?

No, the e-2008 only comes with front-wheel drive.

How long does it take to charge a Peugeot e-2008?

A full charge at home with a wallbox should take around 7hrs 30 mins or if you stop at a motorway service station and plug into a 50kW rapid charger an 80% top up takes 40 mins - or 30 mins if you can find a 100kW charger.

Why is the electric version of the Peugeot 2008 so expensive?

Because batteries cost a lot! It's worth doing some sums though, as you may well find the electric version costs less to buy and run over your total ownership period.

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