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Browsing on gumtree I just noticed a 2020 50kWh e208 for 25k. This seems cheaper than a new style LEAF. I suppose people know more about Nissan.
 

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Ex demos with a 2-3k in the Allure trim go for just over £24k. And that’s from a main dealer. You can pick up a pre-registered one with delivery miles for not much more. So what you found isn’t exceptional. Not sure if I understood your point about Nissan.
 

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Just be careful when comparing trim levels to official brochures from Peugeot. Early e-208s were missing a lot of promised features (dual zone AC, ACC, park assist etc.).
 

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Ex demos with a 2-3k in the Allure trim go for just over £24k. And that’s from a main dealer. You can pick up a pre-registered one with delivery miles for not much more. So what you found isn’t exceptional. Not sure if I understood your point about Nissan.
My point is that the Nissan is more money. I am not familiar with the Pug but clearly it does not suffer from Rapidgate.
 

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My point is that the Nissan is more money. I am not familiar with the Pug but clearly it does not suffer from Rapidgate.
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These three Leafs are the same price as, or cheaper than the equivalent e-208. The latter doesn’t suffer Rapidgate as does the former, and at a low SoC can charge at 90+ kW.
 
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