With a wide choice of electric and hybrid vehicles available, you’ll have no problem finding a super-efficient and low-emission (or zero-emission) Peugeot model that’s perfect for your needs.
Electric vehicles are powered by an electric motor which, in turn, is powered by a high-capacity battery which requires external charging (at home, at work or out and about). Electric vehicles represent the most efficient form of motoring – and the greenest since they produce zero CO2 emissions.
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Please study our most frequently asked electric and hybrid vehicle questions. If by the end you still have queries, please don’t hesitate to contact your local Trenton Peugeot branch.
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Via the electric cable supplied with your car or a tethered cable (one that’s connected to a vehicle-charging unit); you can charge at home, at work or at a public access point.
A dedicated wallbox will produce the fastest home-charging results while rapid charging is possible at the majority of public stations. For instance, it takes roughly 36 minutes for the e-208’s battery to go from 20 to 80 percent with a rapid-charging connector.
This depends on the size of the vehicle and battery capacity. For example, the e-Traveller is large and offers a maximum 148-mile range while the much smaller e-208 is capable of up to 225 miles.