Peugeot E-2008 2023 Price in Pakistan. Peugeot has given its successful 2008 model line a facelift that goes beyond the surface. While both the ICE and electric versions have enhanced safety and infotainment, the E-2008’s extended range is the most significant. It’s more pricey than other competitors, but it feels more expensive. The poor chassis and lack of rear-seat room are the key reasons it cannot compete with the class leaders.
The 2008 has become one of Peugeot’s most successful models in recent years. Over 700,000 have been made since its launch in 2019, and it was the best-selling compact SUV in Europe in 2021. Peugeot isn’t content with a job well done, though, because 2008 has been updated four years into its life, with the most important improvements coming to the all-electric E-2008 we’re driving here.
The entire lineup has been redesigned, with the front end receiving the most attention. There’s a new grille design with vertical inserts, and more trim on the outer borders adds width and merges more neatly with the lighting. These also have a new ‘triple claw’ trademark that is echoed in the taillights.
Peugeot E-2008 2023 Price in Pakistan
|Peugeot E-2008 2023||12,807,000 (Estimated)|
Peugeot E-2008 2023 Price in Pound
Prices begin at £36,500 – £1,505 more than a standard Kona with comparable power and somewhat less range – and escalate to £41,750. This is £1,345 less than the Kona Ultimate, but the Hyundai boasts 61bhp more and 69 miles greater range.
|Peugeot E-2008 2023||£36,500|
|Model||Pegueot E-2008 Allure|
|Powertrain:||54kWh battery/1x e-motor|
|Transmission:||Single-speed automatic, front-wheel drive|
|Charging:||100kW (10-80% 30mins)|
One of our major complaints with the E-2008 was its in-car technology, but the redesigned model gets an all-new infotainment system. The 10-inch screen has a redesigned, simpler menu structure, as well as configurable widgets that prioritise shortcuts for commonly used functionality. It appears sharper than before, but more importantly, it is more responsive and simpler to use. It still lacks physical climate controls, and the temperature settings aren’t permanently displayed on the screen. The rest of the cabin, with the exception of some updated trim, remains mostly identical, as does the big 434-litre boot.
The powerplant of the upgraded E-2008 has seen the most alterations. A single motor sits up front, like before, but with 154bhp, it produces 20bhp more than its predecessor. The battery size has been increased from 50kWh to 54kWh, which, when combined with other software changes, raises the car’s claimed range from 214 to 250 miles. Despite its increased energy, the battery weighs 5kg lighter than the previous pack.
The steering is less natural, with a weird, too-heavy weighting around the straight ahead. The E-2008 is adequate rather than great around corners, and the ride is rather harsh, although it’s less fidgety at low speeds than rivals like as the Hyundai Kona. We’d also want to see more brake regen; even in ‘B’ mode, the strongest of the two offered, deceleration is somewhat slow.
Along with performance, there are other similarities to its predecessor, such as the 100kW charging rate, which allows for a 10-80% top-up in 30 minutes. A 7.4kW on-board charger is standard for home charging, with a faster 11kW system available for £360.
All three trim levels have high-quality equipment. The base Active model includes a 10-inch touchscreen, rear parking sensors, cruise control, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a more effective emergency braking system that recognises pedestrians and cyclists. The Allure model adds front parking sensors, a second USB port, an adjustable boot floor, privacy glass, and a more effective emergency braking system that recognises pedestrians and cyclists.
Front-seat Isofix mounts, a 3D digital dash, full keyless go, a reversing camera, interior ambient lighting, adaptive LED headlights, and wireless smartphone charging are all standard on GT variants. There will also be 100 First Edition vehicles available, each with one of two new paint colours and features such as electrically adjustable front seats, a linked infotainment system, and 11kW charging.