Peugeot offers new 308 SW in two plug-in hybrid variants

Peugeot offers new 308 SW in two plug-in hybrid variants-peugeot

The French car brand Peugeot presented the new 308 sw. The athletic station wagon bears the new brand face and, among other things, in two plug-in hybrid variants on the market. The new Peugeot 308 SW is available with several different motorizations: as plug-in hybrid hybrid 225 with 165 kW, as a hybrid 180 with 133 kW as well as gasoline and as diesel.

The new Peugeot 308 SW belongs to the C-Segment combination, a market in which Peugeot has been very successful for many years, according to its own statement. Although challenged by SUVs, this segment has remained constant since 2010, the demand in Europe remain strong and the sales forecasts for the coming years are stable. The new Peugeot 308 SW will come to the German market in early 2022. He is produced in France, in the Mulhouse plant.

The combi clientele is, according to Peugeot, both the youngest and the most dynamic in the C segment and strongly tied to the silhouette. It will be represented mainly by couples, with or without children who use their vehicle intensively. The customers are demanding and have many expectations, such as. B. Style, driving pleasure and technology without compromising with volume and spaciousness.

In this context, the new Peugeot 308 SW is able to fulfill all needs and all customer groups (70 percent, and 30 percent privately) and willing to win new customers. The new Peugeot 308 SW positions itself at the top of the model range with a concept based on these key topics: design, efficiency, technology and modularity.

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The new Peugeot 308 SW is based on an optimized version of the Efficient Modular Platform (EMP2), which enables a large variety of variants. From market start are z.B. Two plug-in hybrid versions available. Compared to the limousine, the new Peugeot 308 SW enlarges its wheelbase (+55 mm) to 2.73 meters, with 129 mm knitness in the second row, and maximizes the trunk volume. The new 308 SW is longer, lower and narrower than the predecessor model: the length is now 4.64 meters (+6 cm); The windshield is pulled further to the rear; In addition, the new 308 SW is 20 mm deeper, the height is now 1.44 meters.

According to the “Power of Choice” strategy of the LOwenMemke, two rechargeable hybrid motors are offered for the new Peugeot 308 SW:

  • Peugeot 308 SW Hybrid 225 / Front drive / combination of a 180 hp PureTech engine (132 kW) and an 81 kW electric motor / from 26 g CO2 per kilometer and up to 59 km electric range
  • Peugeot 308 SW Hybrid 180 / front drive / combination of a 150 hp PureTech engine (110 kW) and an 81 kW electric motor / from 25 g CO2 per kilometer and up to 60 km electric range

The lithium-ion battery has a capacity of 12.4 kWh and allows a power of 102 kW. There are two types of on-board chargers available: as standard a 3.7 kW on-board charger 1-phase and optional a 7.4 kW 1-phase on-board charger.

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A goal of the lion brand is to make the change in electromobility as attractive as possible. The total cost of ownership (Total Cost of Ownership, short TCO) should therefore be equivalent between a vehicle with internal combustion engine with those of a vehicle with electric motor. The acquisition costs of an electric vehicle are higher, yet all factors must be taken into account. So have electric vehicles

  • a better residual value for resale on the used car market,
  • Many financial incentives (environmental bonuses, bonuses, admission fees, company grants, insurance and tax deductions)
  • Lower maintenance costs (CA. 50 percent less over 48 months),
  • Lower energy costs (up to 70 percent less compared to an internal combustion engine).

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2 thoughts on “Peugeot offers new 308 SW in two plug-in hybrid variants”

  1. From the article:

    “… electric vehicles [have] a better residual value for resale on the used car market,”

    Yes, as far as pure electric vehicles are – but in the amounts of commercially used PHEVs, which after expiry of many leasing contracts (36/48 months?) soon on the »Burning Battle Bank the residual value to land, I expect rather Residual value!

    The smaller number of PHEVs from private hand will be available. a little later – if the elevated Maintenance / repair costs of twice complicated technology »Ruchbar« – to be repelled!

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  2. Where and how should the maintenance costs be 50% lower? It’s just a combustion car with oil change costs, tax chain replacement etc, what additionally a heavy battery and an electric motor And then in the burner mode (is most commonly used with “Customers who use their vehicle intensively”) even more gasoline consuming than pure burners. So you can speech the world schOn speech.

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