Peugeot car finance
This French motor manufacturer probably became the household name it is today following the launch of the highly successful Peugeot 205 way back in 1983 – a car that is believed to have turned around the ailing fortunes of the company at that time.
But the models being produced by Peugeot today are every bit as competitively innovative as any past models – as the examples below may go to show. First of all though, a little background.
In fact, Peugeot were getting it right for the market way back in 1899. True they made a modest 300 cars that year, but as total French car sales added up to just 1200 units at the time, it was a pretty impressive market share. The company’s whole history is one of delivering the right cars at the right time, at the right price. And at least in that respect, nothing has changed.Fuel economy
With fuel and personal finances at a premium, Peugeot have developed a range of ecological and economic engine technologies for its customers. Most of Peugeots current range of engines uses the e-HDi technology which features stop/start engine management and fuel consumption reduction of up to forty per cent.Peugeot Servicing costs
As a major UK retailer with service centres right the way through the UK, Peugeot parts can be found easily. Peugeot cars have a good reputation for reliability and this is reflected in the current deals on forecourt models, which offer extensive savings on main dealer servicing and generous warranty periods.Peugeot 107
In 2014, the Peugeot 107 was superseded by the Peugeot 108, but the former remains a car still worth considering as a recent second hand model.
The Peugeot 107 was launched in the same year as its two sister cars, the Toyota Aygo and the Citroen C1. The main attractions of the Peugeot 107 at the time continue to make it worthwhile considering as a second hand buy, namely:
- a great car to buy for hopping around town;
- agile handling and stability;
- neat appearance; and
- upgraded interior (post-2009 models).
The price of a second hand Peugeot 107 of course depends upon its condition and age. Models from 2009, for example, are available from around £4,000 – or 48 monthly payments of £92.96 a month. Illustration based on an excellent credit history.Peugeot 207
At the touch of a button this coupe becomes a drop-top cabriolet with all of the thrills that open top motoring brings. The new Peugeot 207 has striking good looks, with an interior that benefits from particular attention to detail. The driving experience is responsive, sporty and adapts to all road conditions.
What more does the Peugeot 207 offer?
- simple sophistication nicely sums up the feel of the interior from both the driver’s and passengers’ perspectives;
- hi-tech entertainment systems and connectivity; and
- a host of safety features including air bags, emergency brake assist, anti-roll bars and impact protection.
The Peugeot 207 is offered at the starting price of £15,485 – we can help you meet that with payments of £337.46 over 48 months – offsetting with a deposit of £2,000 and having a good credit score.Peugeot 308
The Peugeot 308 is a five-door family hatchback intended to offer style, quality, comfort and efficiency. It certainly seems to have done this as it was awarded European Car of the Year for 2014.
Drivers have commented upon:
- the generous levels of equipment;
- the comfort of the ride;
- road handling; and
- efficiency of the smoothly running diesel engines.
The Peugeot 308 costs from £14,895 – the equivalent of payments of £349.90 over 60 months, with a fair credit history and a £2000 deposit.
Peugeot have successfully combined style and affordability in a way that is likely to attract drivers from many walks of life. If this includes you then why not contact us to discuss how we can help finance your purchase.