Peugeot 508 (2020) Guide

Peugeot 508 (2020) Guide

The Peugeot 508 makes for a charming family hatchback. Designed to lure buyers away from SUVs, Peugeot has been bold in its design ethos, both inside and out. From fang-style LED lights to its stylish dash concept, the 508 offers something unique, made even more exciting by its 33-mile electric range.

Electric Range

33 Miles

Avg Cost per Charge

£1.65

Battery Size

11.8 kWh

3.7Kw Charge

3 Hours

Connector Type

Type 2

Rapid Charge

No

OLEV Approved

Yes

Vehicle Type

Plug in Hybrid

Charging a Peugeot 508

The 508 comes with a battery size of 11.8kWh and has an official WLTP range of 33 miles.

Charging times will, of course, vary based on the power of the charger; a 3.7kW home charger, for example, will take 3 hours to charge from 0% to 100%, providing an approximate range per hour of 11 miles*.

Note: The Peugeot 3008 has a max AC 1-phase of 3.7kW and max AC 3-phase of 7.4kW.

Charging Times**:

  • 2.1kW (3-pin plug) = 5h for 0-100%
  • 7.4kW = 3h for 0-100%
  • 22kW (3-phase) = 2h for 0-100%

*Based on WLTP range

**Charging times are estimates and will vary depending on factors such as the charger in use and temperature of the battery.

With frequent charging sessions, the 508 has the potential to undertake the majority of short commutes on 100% electric. In addition to living up to its green credentials, this will also offer significant running cost savings. Robust performance and energy-efficient, the 508’s good looks and techy interior make this a desirable PHEV.