Peugeot announces prices for the new 208, which start from £16,250 and rise to £25,050 for the electric 208 – the Peugeot e-208.
Prices start at £16,250 for the 208 1.2L PureTech 75 with a five speed manual, and rise to £29,650 (after grant) for the electric e-208 GT.
But you can get a cheaper e-208 as Peugeot has decided to offer it in a similar range of trim options to the ICE models, so the entry-level price for the electric 208 is actually £25,050 for the e-208 Active.
The trim levels on offer are bog standard 208, Active, Allure, GT Line and GT, with the entry-level models only available with the 1.2 PureTech (75 or 100), Active with the 1.2 PureTech 100, 1.5 BlueHDi diesel and EV, as is the Allure.
GT Line models can only be had with the 1.2 litre PureTech 130, 1.5 litre BluHdi or EV and the GT only with the electric powertrain.
Active trim comes with 16″ alloys, electric heated mirrors, LED running lights and pre-heating and Climate on the e-209.
Allure trim throws in 17″ alloys, leather effect seats, 3D i-cockpit and LED tail lights, with GT Line adding rear parking sensors and camera, 17″ alloys, Active Saftey Brake, Night Function and Pedestrian Detection, LED headlights, ambient lighting and twin exhausts (for the ICE models).
Range-topping GT trim is only available for the electric 208 and it offers parking assistance, adaptive Cruise, Lane Position Assist, Blind Spot, grey Alcantara and leather, heated fronts seats and 10″ touchscreen.
First customer deliveries of the new Peugeot 208 aren’t expected until January.