Ha...they had prices when I looked at the link this morning, but it looks like they've changed it now!Did they
I can't see price in article - was is edited?
They say "It’s a bit early to tell for certain how good the 208 is, while prices won’t be announced until much closer to the end of the year"
Yep, that’s what it said. Pretty steep after the grant. I think it mentioned that details were being sent to lease companies so they can be ordered by company car users.The article has definitely been edited in the last 3 hours or so.
Prices given in the original article were £28,700 to £33,300 (after PICG).
Sorry the £23k was a typo, it was £28k. But yea it is odd, why they are so closed lipped about it. Perhaps waiting for Renault to blink first?Peugeot are only doing the e-208 in the GT spec for UK. I can't see it being £33K after grant as they would struggle to sell any against Zoe ZE50. It definitely won't be £23K as they don't have many to sell in UK - which is also why they are only doing GT spec.
The entry Corsa-e is £26,450 so I suspect the e-208 will be a bit more than that as higher spec and (maybe better?) brand. It is odd you can spec a Corsa today but Peugeot are keeping mum.
Just had a look on the Peugeot website and it’s listing the 208 GT EV at 29650.00 including the government grant.I’ve read an article this evening and it’s quoting a similar price, the price is incredibly high in relation to the petrol or diesel model.
I will not cancel my reservation just yet, and wait and see what VW does with it’s pricing for the ID3. I would have been more than happy with the Mini if it had a decent range.