Peugeot Motability Offers & 2024 Price List

What Peugeot Cars Can I Get On Motability?

The Motability scheme helps disabled people in the UK enjoy greater independence through the use of an affordable, reliable new car. If you qualify, a new Peugeot car can be leased through the scheme for 3 years, with the cost funded through one of four Mobility Allowances paid directly by the Government. All of the French carmakers’ more popular models are available to order through the scheme, including the Peugeot 208 hatchback and the larger 2008 SUV.

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Peugeot Reviews

Peugeot 208 review

With this second generation 208 supermini, here usefully improved, Peugeot has brought us a small car that really pushes the boundaries in supermini design. This 208 model's engineering may not quite be unique, but all the feel-good stuff really is - the pavement presence, the avant garde cabin. Plus that's been delivered with most of the practicality and efficiency you'll need from a small hatch. Here's a car that's made other brands in its sector really sit up and take notice. And, we think, quite a few buyers who'd never normally choose a Peugeot in this class are going to do the same.

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Peugeot 3008 Plug-in Hybrid review

Peugeot wants to be a key player in the PHEV part of the mid-sized SUV segment with this car, the 3008 Plug-in Hybrid. It looks smart, certainly makes the efficiency numbers and will work well as a package for a family buyer wanting a degree of EV tech but not quite ready to take the plunge into full-battery motoring. But though the plug-in technology on offer here is pretty cutting-edge, it's also pretty heavy and pricey.

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Peugeot 308 review

Peugeot's 308 family hatch gets far more polish in this third generation guise, with smarter packaging, extra engineering options and a bit more useful technology. The result is a more desirable product than you might expect from this familiar Gallic brand. You might be surprised at how much you'd like it.

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Peugeot 308 SW review

Peugeot's 308 SW estate is a more polished proposition in this third generation guise, with smart packaging, extra engineering options and a bit more useful technology. The result is a more desirable product than you might expect from this familiar Gallic brand. You might be surprised at how much you'd like it.

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Peugeot 408 review

What might the worldwide sedan of the future be like? In answer, Peugeot offers us this, the 408, part-saloon, part-coupe SUV, part-practical hatch. The brand claims its 'a new breed of car'. It'll certainly need a new breed of buyer.

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Peugeot 5008 review

Peugeot returned to the family-orientated seven-seat SUV segment with this second generation 5008 model and since then, it's been usefully improved, most recently with 48V mild hybrid petrol engine tech. This car's more targeted at Surbiton than the Serengeti but that's what buyers want these days. These people will love the integrated mobility solutions that can slot into the boot - and the luxurious, spacious cabin. It's also notably efficient and very safety orientated.

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Peugeot E-2008 review

Peugeot's E-2008 delivers the full-EV formula to the smallest segment of the SUV market - and in a trendy, very lifestyle-orientated package. It looks snappy and in this revised form, thanks to a few tech updates, does up to 251 miles between charges. Plus it has no practicality downsides over the combustion-engined version and comes with monthly payment finance you could justify. In short, there's plenty to like.

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Peugeot E-Rifter review

Full electrification's the fashion at present, even for MPV buyers. Well here's one you might like - the improved version of Peugeot's E-Rifter. If you can afford the asking price and can cope with the now enhanced 199 mile driving range, then for those unafflicted by van segment snobbery there aren't too many other downsides in opting for this fully electric Peugeot E-Rifter compact family MPV. It certainly might be tempting option if you're looking for a full-electric compact family car and don't want a compact SUV. Here, there's the option of a 7-seat cabin too, which is rare to find in an EV at present. Except with the Citroen and Vauxhall models than share this one's design.

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