Whether you're at home or at work, with or without a specialist installation, you can charge your electric car. In houses, apartments or at work, our charging solutions can be adapted to suit you. The charging time of your electric car will be optimised based on the charging system chosen.
Gain power and charging speed. Recover your entire range in just a few hours.
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.
Government subsidies in the UK are available to support this chargepoint installations at home or workplaces – we can talk you though the options.
7.5 hours on a 7.4 kWh Wallbox to fully charge the PEUGEOT e-208
A cable can be purchased as an accessory if you wish to use this method, although it is not our recommendation for every day charging. PEUGEOT always recommend that you have any socket you plan to charge your vehicle from fully checked and authorised for suitability by a certified electrician.
24 hours to fully charge the PEUGEOT e-208
To benefit from our recommended faster charging solution, a Wallbox is required. PEUGEOT has chosen to partner with Pod Point, meaning you can benefit from an installation tailored to suit your home and individual requirements.
You can charge your car across the UK using the public charging network, allowing you to travel around the country and charge as you do. In partnership with Zap Map, you can find your local public chargers here.
TYPES OF CHARGING STATION
To charge your vehicle, two types of electric current can be used. A distinction is made between alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC). The energy distributed by most public networks is alternating current. For charging at home or on a public road, this capacity is sufficient. However, charging times depend on the power (kW) of the charging cables and the capacity of the converter in your vehicle.
For rapid charging, during a long journey for example, you can use a rapid charging station that's equipped with a converter that converts alternating current into direct current. These terminals can usually be found at motorway service areas. Direct current can only be used for 100% electric vehicles.
22 KW (AC) CHARGING STATION
You should have time to watch a film then leave with total peace of mind.
2 hours to recover 40% range with the optional 11 kW charger
50 KW (DC) CHARGING STATION
After having browsed the shelves and waited at the checkout of the supermarket, your PEUGEOT will be completely charged. All DC rapid charging stations will have cables attached.
100 KW (DC) CHARGING STATION
The cooling system of the battery enables you to use 100 kW chargers and means you can recover 80% of the charge in 30 mins, the time you spend having a break when you're going on holiday.
All DC rapid charging stations will have cables attached.
30 minutes to recover 80% range
CALCULATE YOUR CHARGING TIME
These charging times are given as an indication and may vary according to various factors (charging terminal power, temperature, etc.).
WHAT ARE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE BATTERY?
PEUGEOT electric vehicles contain a 50 kWh* battery. The battery is included in the purchase price of an electric car.
The battery is guaranteed for 8 years or 100,000 miles and up to 70% of its charge capacity. During the warranty period, PEUGEOT commits to a standard exchange of damaged batteries.
There are a large number of standard and rapid chargepoints across the country, operated on many different networks. Many are completely free to use. Others you pay for, either by the time you spend plugged in, or the amount of energy you use.
To find out what there is in your area, who operates the points, and whether you have to pay to use them, visit: www.zap-map.com
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