Discover the range of PEUGEOT plug-in HYBRIDS. Thanks to its ingenious
modular design, you can transform the PEUGEOT 3008 HYBRID at your
convenience to go on an adventure. This HYBRID model offers you 2-wheel
or 4-wheel drive for increased vehicle control on whatever road you
With its sporty aesthetic, the top-of-the-range PEUGEOT 508 HYBRID
fastback is an indispensable companion for your day-to-day driving.
Switch to full electric mode for trips into town, and make the most of
the combustion engine for longer journeys.
Combining sporty design, a luxury interior and a spacious feel, the
top-of-the-range PEUGEOT 508 SW HYBRID estate will keep up with you on
all of your journeys. Make the most of its impressive boot space and the
electric mode for when you hit the road.
The PEUGEOT plug-in hybrid cars come with a lithium-ion battery included with the vehicle. The range of a battery in a hybrid car in full electric mode can reach 39 miles (WLTPReserve for driving 6 miles, 12 miles or the full battery.). The high-voltage battery is installed under the rear seats.
The e-SAVE function in plug-in hybrid cars lets the driver set an electric energy reserveReserve for driving 6 miles, 12 miles or the full battery.. This function means the driver can use the reserve when they want during their journey, especially for an upcoming restricted low emission zone.
This is the default mode for PEUGEOT plug-in hybrid cars during vehicle start-up, provided the battery is charged. Make the most of the ELECTRIC mode to drive in full electric. Benefit from all the advantages of electric, such as a silent drive, zero CO2 emissions and respect for the environment.
HYBRID mode allows you to drive in electric or combustion mode depending on your driving style and the type of road you're on. This automatic mode means you'll benefit from the advantages of both electric and combustion, such as the optimized use of electric energy.
Harness the full power of the engine torque that a plug-in hybrid has to offer. Sport mode brings together the power of the two energies to get the most of your plug-in hybrid. The maximum combined power of the Peugeot 3008 SUV HYBRID4 can reach up to 300 hp.
Recover energy in Peugeot plug-in hybrid cars during braking and deceleration using engine braking. Thanks to regenerative braking, the battery in your hybrid car charges partially and the range of your vehicle increases.
The PEUGEOT plug-in hybrid cars have been designed for easy and practical recharging. The charging flap is located on the vehicle's left rear wingSymmetrical with the fuel cap. Once your car is charged, you can store your charging cable in a specific space under the floor of the boot. While your plug-in hybrid vehicle is plugged in and charging, a changing coloured light indicates that charging is in progress. Vehicle charge time will depend on the power rating of the plug and the charging point.
In order to maximise all-electric driving capacity, PEUGEOT plug-in hybrid vehicles offer you various charging solutions.
Charging from a Type 2 (Mode 3) dedicated electric vehicle charging Wallbox is our recommended way to charge your electric vehicle. The necessary cable for Type 2 (Mode 3) charging is provided as standard with the vehicle.
The majority of public charging points in the UK are Type 2 (Mode 3) sockets, which will charge your vehicle at the accelerated charge times listed, depending on the power of the charging point and your on board charger.
To avoid increased energy consumption, tailor your driving to avoid jerking, as well as frequent and rapid acceleration and braking.
On motorways, reduce your speed to a minimum since high speeds quickly reduce the range of your HYBRID vehicle.
USE THE BRAKE MODE
Instead of continuously using the brake pedal, use the engine braking system, which generates energy and charges the battery when braking and decelerating.
While your vehicle is charging, take advantage of pre-conditioning to limit the energy used by the heating or cooling systems when you begin driving. Heating or cooling the car while charging doesn’t reduce its range.
MAINTAINING THE TYRES
It is essential to look after your tyres regardless of your car’s engine type. Plug-in HYBRID cars reduce energy consumption, but unsuitable or poorly inflated tyres greatly increase it, as well as being extremely unsafe.
TAX AND GOVERNMENT SUPPORT
Discover more about tax and financial incentives you may benefit from by choosing a plug-in HYBRID:
Purchasing a Peugeot hybrid vehicle means benefiting from more time, total driving freedom and financial incentives on your car registration. Find more detailed information about these benefits here:
LOW EMISSION CARD
If you're driving in Paris in your hybrid vehicle, you can benefit from a low emission parking card that allows you to park for free for up to six consecutive hours.
Several towns in France have initiatives in place that favour cars with low CO2 emissions, which includes plug-in hybrids. That means you can make the most of free parking for up to two hours thanks to the green disc.
ADVANTAGES FOR CAR REGISTRATION
With your hybrid vehicle, you'll benefit from partial or total exemption from car registration fees depending on where you live.
Benefit from the Crit'air 1 vignette straight away thanks to your plug-in hybrid car. You are totally free to drive in restricted zones in certain towns during peak pollution hours.
BUY A PEUGEOT PLUG-IN HYBRID VEHICLE
PEUGEOT offers various ways to finance your plug-in hybrid vehicle. Choose the one that best suits your situation.
Make the most of tailored services that are synchronised with your account in real time, thanks to the free MyPeugeot®Available according to country app:
- Keep an eye on the status of your vehicle (driving data, location).
- Get assistance quickly and easily.
- Manage the maintenance and servicing of your vehicle.
- Easily manage the charging of your battery and the on-board temperature of your PEUGEOT e-208.
Whether you're self-employed, a licensed professional, a company director, a fleet manager or a company car user, discover PEUGEOT plug-in hybrid vehicles, corresponding services and the offers reserved for our business customers.
It really comes down to what best suits your needs and driving habits, as well as your access to charging.
If you're used to driving long distances on a regular basis, a HYBRID vehicle is likely the best choice as you can cover long distances in the HYBRID mode, without needing to stop to recharge, as you might need to in an electric vehicle.
How to charge your plug-in hybrid car
PEUGEOT plug-in HYBRID cars combine the advantages of a petrol engine car and an electric car within the same vehicle.
A HYBRID car uses two power sources: a petrol engine, and one or two electric motors with a battery and external charging port. The difference between a full HYBRID car and a plug-in HYBRID car is that the latter has to be plugged in to recharge the battery, but has an official electric or ‘zero emission’ range figure. Plug-in HYBRIDs can also travel significantly further in electric mode than full HYBRIDs and the electric mode can be driver selected – so you can adapt your driving mode based on the type of road you take.
Do plug-in hybrid vehicles emit less CO2 than vehicles with petrol engines?