Peugeot Car Leasing Backdrop

Peugeot Lease Deals

Peugeot is one of the oldest car makers in the world and has created some of the best-selling models of all time. Although technology has moved on since the iconic 205 GTI was made, Peugeot lease deals are still a great choice if you’re looking for a good-looking vehicle that’s fun to drive.

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Peugeot lease FAQs

Why should you lease a Peugeot?

Peugeot has had a real renaissance over the last few years. With stunning looks, impressive equipment levels and enticing lease prices, the French marque has been making some of the best cars on the road, with the awards to prove it. If you want something with a flair that offers an engaging drive, any one of its latest models makes a great option as a lease.

What are the most popular Peugeot models to lease?

Peugeot’s range of crossovers and SUVs are proving the most popular among customers. The Peugeot 2008 is a stylish small family car, while the 3008 and 5008 offer the same handsome looks in a larger package – so it’s easy to see why. For those after something more compact, the 208 is the perfect companion for the city and is available as an EV.

What Peugeot trim levels can I choose from?

All Peugeot models are available in a host of trim levels, with entry-level ranges known as Active Premium+. Allure Premium+ is the mid-range option, while GT and GT Premium are the range-topping models. You can expect all Peugeots to feature a fantastic infotainment system that supports smartphone mirroring, as well as things like air conditioning.

How much does a Peugeot lease cost?

Peugeot is known for offering great value, and this applies to Peugeot lease deals too. Smaller models like the 208 compare favorably when it comes to price, particularly if you opt for an all-electric model.

Are there any Peugeot rivals I should consider?

Peugeot’s primary rivals include the likes of Renault, Vauxhall, Ford and Skoda. All these brands offer a similar range of cars at the same kind of price. That said, some Peugeot models are also aimed at offering an alternative to premium German brands. The 508, for example, is a stylish alternative to the Audi A4 and BMW 3 Series.