Peugeot continues to inject more and more emotion and design flair into its distinctive vehicles and there are some exciting plug-in and all-electric models on the way. With interiors highly regarded for their comfort, space and practicality, combined with the latest technology in abundance from safety assist systems and i-Cockpit to head-up displays, Peugeot's models are a compelling choice for car leasing customers. Find your perfect match below.
Boasting cute looks, a compact footprint and the flexibility of 3-door and 5-door versions and even a stylish cabrio with an electric fabric roof, the Peugeot 108 is perfect for urban life and those with limited parking facilities. Its youthful interior is great for two adults plus young children, while its economical petrol engines are good for over 60mpg, making this fun French car cheap car to run. With plenty of Peugeot 108 lease offers under £175, it's affordable to lease, too, appealing to young and newly-qualified drivers.
With the stunning all-new 208 now available to order, with lease deliveries expected in early 2020, the spacious, well-equipped, frugal and refined current model is good value in the competitive supermini segment. For those who can wait a little, the new 208 is set to grab attention with its LED lights and tusk-like signature, mean grille, edgy lines and achingly pretty rear with a glossy black strip running the full width between the taillight clusters. Bringing Peugeot's optional 3D i-Cockpit to the small car mix as part of a stylish interior available with connected and intelligent technologies like never before, we expect the real star of the show to be the all-electric e-208. Compare Peugeot 208 lease offers today.
In another corner of the car market brimming with choice, the Peugeot 308 stands out in the mid-size family hatchback category with a comfortable ride, an impressively large boot and a smart interior that comes in all trim levels with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay integration. The diesel engines are recommended for long-distance drivers and the GTi will put a smile on the face of those who love sporty driving, while the SW estate version offers class-leading luggage space. It's a car that deserves respect and there are plenty of Peugeot 308 leasing options available.
The current, outgoing 2008 compact crossover SUV from Peugeot has attracted scores of fans over the years, which is no surprise thanks to its stylish interior with a large infotainment touchscreen and its elevated driving position that is perceived as safe and provides enhanced visibility. The all-new Peugeot 2008 is now available to order, though, and its aesthetics closely resemble the new 208 at the front and the existing 3008 at the rear. Highlights include a 10-inch capacitive HD touchscreen, TomTom live traffic and wireless smartphone charging, and it's a given that the forthcoming 100% electric e-2008 will generate strong interest. Search our Peugeot 2008 lease prices now.
With thoroughly modern, expensive-looking 'feline' exterior styling, a spacious boot, an interior that oozes French flair from every angle with piano key switches and optional denim dashboard trim, and a great selection of engine options to choose from, there's plenty to like about Peugeot's desirable 3008 family SUV - so its popularity is no surprise. Three adults can genuinely sit in the back, while the suspension does an excellent job on the UK's often poor roads with their potholes and speed bumps. We enjoyed our week-long Peugeot 3008 review, driving the 1.2 petrol GT Line model. Some may prefer to wait until the resurrected plug-in hybrid (PHEV) version arrives with a 36-mile range, but CarLeasingPeople regularly stock plenty of Peugeot 3008 lease offer options for the petrol and diesel variants.
Peugeot just can't stop building beautifully stylish cars and the all-new 508 is a sight to behold in sleek 'Fastback' and elegant SW (estate) guises alike, each with fang-like front light signatures and clawed taillights that animatedly scroll or sweep on unlocking, like an Audi A7 does with its equally coupe-like 4-door silhouette. The Peugeot 508 is radical inside, too, with sumptuous upholstery options, a 12.3" touchscreen and 10" HD capacitive display, massage seats, connected services and other luxuries including night vision. We spent a week with a Peugeot 508 GT Fastback and really rated it positively in our independent review. Your next car could be found amongst our Peugeot 508 lease deals.
While Natasha from CarLeasingPeople's admin team loves her 3008, Adam from sales has been very pleased with his Peugeot 5008 SUV over his 2-year lease, finding its 7-seat versatility ideal for his family with two children and a dog. He only lives about 5 miles from the office so leases a petrol variant, which has proven economical yet not lacking in power. Its raised-up seating position instils a feeling of safety and confidence, while the boot and other cabin cubby storage swallow everything thrown at them. Find your perfect Peugeot 5008 lease deal and never look back.
SUVs may look great but for sheer space an MPV is often the best option and Peugeot's answer is the new Rifter. Sharing its looks and innards with its Citroen Berlingo and Vauxhall Combo Life siblings, the Peugeot Rifter MPV boasts sliding doors that really do prove practical in car parks and other tight spaces, and the height of its 5 or 7 seats is similar to that of an SUV. Add masses of room, loads of clever storage solutions, economical engines and the latest safety technology to the mix and the Peugeot MPV make a strong case for itself, and leasing a Rifter takes away any headaches over depreciation or large deposits on finance/HP.