Peugeot has been building cars since 1858 and today is part of the French PSA Group. The company’s current product range begins with the 108 citycar, which slots into the brand’s range just below the successful 208 supermini – a favourite with Peugeot leasing customers. The 208 comes with ether three or five-doors and is also available in 208 GTi hot hatch form. If you want something still compact but a bit bigger, Peugeot hopes you’ll want its 308 model, available in five-door hatch and estate guises. 308 buyers are also offered the potent GT and GTi hot hatch models.
For business buyers looking at Peugeot finance, the range often starts with one of the brand’s compact SUV - the small 2008 model and the mid-sized 3008 Crossover. There’s also the larger, more luxurious 5008 SUV. All three are good value as part of a Peugeot lease. For company users, Peugeot offers its plush 508, available in saloon or ‘SW’ estate forms. Those needing ultimate space are offered two MPVs. There’s the mid-sized Partner Tepee, which can seat up to seven. Or the company’s super-large MPV, the Traveller, which has room for up to nine folk. Peugeot also offers a full-electric citycar-sized model, the iON.
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