Peugeot Leasing



Peugeot 107


Peugeot 107 Hatchback Leasing

Prices from:
£102.83 Initial payment: £308.49

Peugeot 208


Peugeot 208 Hatchback Leasing

Prices from:
£119.99 Initial payment: £719.94

Peugeot 2008


Peugeot 2008 Hatchback Leasing

Prices from:
£169.99 Initial payment: £1019.95

Peugeot Bipper Tepee Estate


Peugeot Bipper Tepee Estate Leasing

Prices from:
£168.88 Initial payment: £506.64

Peugeot 308


Peugeot 308 Hatchback Leasing

Prices from:
£178.46 Initial payment: £535.38

Peugeot Partner Tepee Estate


Peugeot Partner Tepee Estate Leasing

Prices from:
£179.45 Initial payment: £538.35

Peugeot 308 Estate


Peugeot 308 Estate Leasing

Prices from:
£186.19 Initial payment: £558.57

Peugeot 3008 Estate


Peugeot 3008 Estate Leasing

Prices from:
£179.99 Initial payment: £1079.95

Peugeot 5008 MPV


Peugeot 5008 Mpv Leasing

Prices from:
£194.99 Initial payment: £1169.95

Peugeot 508 Saloon


Peugeot 508 Saloon Leasing

Prices from:
£215.92 Initial payment: £647.76

Peugeot 207 Convertible


Peugeot 207 Convertible Leasing

Prices from:
£223.00 Initial payment: £669.00

Peugeot RCZ Coupe


Peugeot Rcz Coupe Leasing

Prices from:
£244.99 Initial payment: £1469.95

Peugeot 508 Estate


Peugeot 508 Estate Leasing

Prices from:
£226.95 Initial payment: £680.85

Peugeot Expert Tepee MPV


Peugeot Expert Tepee Mpv Leasing

Prices from:
£254.30 Initial payment: £762.90

Peugeot 308 Convertible


Peugeot 308 Convertible Leasing

Prices from:
£280.63 Initial payment: £841.89

Peugeot 508 Rxh Estate


Peugeot 508 Rxh Estate Leasing

Prices from:
£419.25 Initial payment: £1257.75

Peugeot ION


Peugeot Ion Hatchback Leasing

Prices from:
£447.94 Initial payment: £1343.82

Why Lease a Peugeot

Although the Peugeot motor company was established in 1810, it was not until 1891 that their first production automobile came onto the market. This first model gave an uncomfortable driving experience so the company designers decided to fit their next model with rubber coated wheels and hence the first rubber tyres were invented. This one development set the company apart from their rivals and helped to establish their lion-based brand. As a result, by 1929 Peugeot was in a good enough position to endure the Great Depression and release the Peugeot 201. This model was the most affordable production car of the time and sold in record numbers. After WWII, Peugeot started to sell the 202 and during its lifespan as many as 14,000 units were sold. Then the 203 was released in 1947 and it had many of the features that are now common on most cars, for example hydraulic brakes, rack-and-pinion steering and suspension. The model was well-selling and led to subsequent versions and adapted models until as late as the 1960s. In 1983 came the Peugeot 205 and ten years later the company moved onto the Peugeot 306. This model was extremely popular with families and as a city car and stayed in production until 2001, at which time it was replaced by the 307. Now as one of the largest car manufacturers in the world and the second largest in Europe, Peugeot has started to develop electric and hybrid cars. One of these models is a diesel-electric hybrid Peugeot 307 that can achieve a remarkable 80 mpg, making it one of the most fuel efficient cars in development. Yet it never went into production. Other low carbon technology is currently being researched, such as hybrid electric power train technology and the Peugeot PROLOGUE HYmotion4, however at present they have only been installed in concept cars.