Peugeot 2008 1.2 PureTech Allure 5dr 12 month lease 179.99pm + £300 admin fee = £2,459.88 @ Yes lease
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Peugeot 2008 1.2 PureTech Allure 5dr 12 month lease 179.99pm + £300 admin fee = £2,459.88 @ Yes lease

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Found 28th Jun 2017
Looks like a decent lease deal. 179.99 a month for 12 months only + £300 admin fee. can't comment on the car itself but seems useful for families maybe. £2459.88 for a new car for one year..
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Plus £300 admin fee which effectively bumps the monthly cost to £205.

10,000 miles.
The none turbo version of this engine is ok in a 108 but will be lacking in this. 82hp is not really enough and in the real world will make a big impact on the MPG.
would rather have a new one than one that's nearly ten years old.
Pretty decent for a short term 12 month lease
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karlie88

Plus £300 admin fee which effectively bumps the monthly cost to … Plus £300 admin fee which effectively bumps the monthly cost to £205.10,000 miles.



​thanks for adding that info.. missed that bit!
Shame it's not the 3008
driven one of these before, painfully slow....
Surprisingly hot! If it was the same total over two years it would be. My Panda was about that and considered a bargain at the time. Opinions on what is a bargain seem to be different these days.
GAVINLEWISHUKD

The none turbo version of this engine is ok in a 108 but will be lacking … The none turbo version of this engine is ok in a 108 but will be lacking in this. 82hp is not really enough and in the real world will make a big impact on the MPG.



The wife has this car. Have averaged 41mpg since new on a mix of town and open roads - and the missus isn't the most 'economical' driver. So not the worst.

Power is lacking a little bit but it's not actually as bad as you would think.

Couple of pointers:

The clutch on ours has a ridiculously high biting point which makes smooth getaways tricky sometimes

The boot isn't overly large and our big pushchair pretty much fills it - leaving very little space for anything else

The 82 BHP unit only has a 5 speed gearbox. This limits comfortable motorway driving to around 65-70 mph. More than this and gets quite noisy.

All in, it's a pretty good car and if it's the sort of small crossover you are looking for it's defiantly worth further consideration. Not going to win any races and certainly not a sports car but a good, cheap small family car
wouldn't touch a Peugeot!!
thefinest1

wouldn't touch a Peugeot!!



Based on an opinion from the 1980s. Excellent.
It's a Peugeot.....cold!
m5rcc

Based on an opinion from the 1980s. Excellent.




nope based on 2007 model that had nothing but faults and ended up being scrapped in 2009. know what you're talking about before commenting
thefinest1

nope based on 2007 model that had nothing but faults and ended up being … nope based on 2007 model that had nothing but faults and ended up being scrapped in 2009. know what you're talking about before commenting



So you had to scrap a two year old car. I assume you got all of your money back? Extrapolating your issues to the whole of the brand doesn't actually prove that you yourself "know what you're talking about".

Peugeot's are more reliable, based on warranty claims, than many German brands
I had a look at a few Peugeot's a couple of years back, but in the end decided I couldn't put up with the unconventional cabin dials, which were hard to read when I adjusted the steering wheel for a comfortable driving position. Although the cabin quality wasn't the absolute best in class, it was by no means the worst either.

This is a decent deal if you're only after a short term lease, and don't mind the lack of power on offer.
I have to say - hot . Purely for the deal, forget your own choice of car brand loyalty, size or power . It's a good deal to a person looking for a cheap short term lease.

We need more leases than the one or two per week on here - but I reckon people are scared off by the people whom comment "cold because it's an ugly car" or the like. It's an ugly car to you, but another might like it and therefore is a good deal to them.

Let's encourage more lease deals - I am looking for a cheap ST deal as last year they were circa £199 per month now I can only see them for £300!
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joeleverson

I have to say - hot . Purely for the deal, forget your own choice of car … I have to say - hot . Purely for the deal, forget your own choice of car brand loyalty, size or power . It's a good deal to a person looking for a cheap short term lease. We need more leases than the one or two per week on here - but I reckon people are scared off by the people whom comment "cold because it's an ugly car" or the like. It's an ugly car to you, but another might like it and therefore is a good deal to them. Let's encourage more lease deals - I am looking for a cheap ST deal as last year they were circa £199 per month now I can only see them for £300!



​I wonder if last year's ridiculously cheap lease deals are a thing of the past. this time(ish) last year I saw well spec'd VW golf autos for well under the 200 quid a month mark (160ish I recall) inclusive of all admin fees for a 2 year lease with around 8-10k miles! Sods law I didn't need to get my own car last year!!
m5rcc

So you had to scrap a two year old car. I assume you got all of your … So you had to scrap a two year old car. I assume you got all of your money back? Extrapolating your issues to the whole of the brand doesn't actually prove that you yourself "know what you're talking about".Peugeot's are more reliable, based on warranty claims, than many German brands



yes and ha ha ha ha to your comments comparing it to german reliability!!! that made my day. you go for your Peugeot, ha ha ha !!
thefinest1

yes and ha ha ha ha to your comments comparing it to german … yes and ha ha ha ha to your comments comparing it to german reliability!!! that made my day. you go for your Peugeot, ha ha ha !!



I don't have a Peugeot - just clarifying that Peugeot's are not as bad as you perceive them to be.
leedsarmy29th Jun

The wife has this car. Have averaged 41mpg since new on a mix of town and …The wife has this car. Have averaged 41mpg since new on a mix of town and open roads - and the missus isn't the most 'economical' driver. So not the worst.Power is lacking a little bit but it's not actually as bad as you would think. Couple of pointers:The clutch on ours has a ridiculously high biting point which makes smooth getaways tricky sometimesThe boot isn't overly large and our big pushchair pretty much fills it - leaving very little space for anything elseThe 82 BHP unit only has a 5 speed gearbox. This limits comfortable motorway driving to around 65-70 mph. More than this and gets quite noisy.All in, it's a pretty good car and if it's the sort of small crossover you are looking for it's defiantly worth further consideration. Not going to win any races and certainly not a sports car but a good, cheap small family car

​i get 42 out of my 1.6T Fiesta ST on mixed driving so from a 1.2 thats pretty rubbish
adamspencer95

i get 42 out of my 1.6T Fiesta ST on mixed driving so from a 1.2 thats … i get 42 out of my 1.6T Fiesta ST on mixed driving so from a 1.2 thats pretty rubbish



Real MPG of this is 43.6mpg
m5rcc1 h, 7 m ago

Real MPG of this is 43.6mpg

​which in my opinion is still poor from a 1.2L, granted it's a bigger car but still.
adamspencer95

which in my opinion is still poor from a 1.2L, granted it's a bigger car … which in my opinion is still poor from a 1.2L, granted it's a bigger car but still.



What were you expecting for a boring, family car that weighs 1.6 tonnes?
m5rcc23 m ago

What were you expecting for a boring, family car that weighs 1.6 tonnes?

with a 1.2L engine​ i'd expect more tbh
adamspencer95

]with a 1.2L engine i'd expect more tbh



Not from a three-cylinder, non-turbo engine with a 5-speed manual gearbox..
Fleet prices have it for the same cost but only £118.80 admin fee! Making it even cheaper still. Just ordered one for the misses and they have many solid colours left. Got my seat Leon from them too so I know they are a decent company to use ... however the admin fee may of gone up now but worth asking as they told me they may be extending it (meaning they will if you push)
luk3

Fleet prices have it for the same cost but only £118.80 admin fee! Making … Fleet prices have it for the same cost but only £118.80 admin fee! Making it even cheaper still. Just ordered one for the misses and they have many solid colours left. Got my seat Leon from them too so I know they are a decent company to use ... however the admin fee may of gone up now but worth asking as they told me they may be extending it (meaning they will if you push)



Do you have a link?
luk3

Here you go - … Here you go - http://www.fleetprices.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/peugeot/2008-estate/2008-estate-12-puretech-active-5dr-193006096



Paid the admin fee today and they have told me the estimated delivery date is next Tuesday! So seems they are ready ASAP
united4eva

I wonder if last year's ridiculously cheap lease deals are a thing of the … I wonder if last year's ridiculously cheap lease deals are a thing of the past. this time(ish) last year I saw well spec'd VW golf autos for well under the 200 quid a month mark (160ish I recall) inclusive of all admin fees for a 2 year lease with around 8-10k miles! Sods law I didn't need to get my own car last year!!



Luckily I got in last year, but looking at prices 12 months on, the same cars on 17 plate are more than double the monthly cost.

No way could I afford it now
thefinest1

wouldn't touch a Peugeot!!


You only have it for a year, even a 1970's Fiat didn't fall apart that fast!!
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