What Separates Peugeot e-2008 SUV
The smal-size CUV like hatchback range of Peugeot e-208 has been known for its consistency of sticking to the small-size – lower price type of tried strategy with this variant sticking out as an exception.
As an exception and despite boasting a considerably bigger frame and size as it is classified as a mid-size SUV, the lack of features even directly compared to sme smaller 2019 and 2020 edition e-208s makes Peugeot e-2008 SUV edition definitely a more of an entry level option especially considering its higher price. Yet it is good enough for it s price for the basic and small things that it still offers as the original e-208 range. It centers on being an all-around car offering decent enough metrics ar a moderate cost attractive for less picky andmore budget conscious buyers.
But surely to see how exactly good it is compared to other EVs on the market and other variants of cheaper tiers, it is crucial to see specific metrics. Based on that the comparison between the e-208 differences with other variants in the range come down to acceleration, the electric range, charging time and additional minor ones looking pretty major nevertheless. Kind of median at barely acceptably median measley underperforming for an SUV 8.3 seconds getting from 0 to 6o miles – staying ways below the standard on the market by some good measure yet it has a cost advantage over it. Fortunately besides that it stays above to what some other EV SUVs deliver it is in the neighbourhood of EPA certified electric range of hardly acceptable for its size 168 miles. This range will make it work for most travelers but will still be a barrier for any interstate travelers and obviously for drivers looking for size.
Speaking on its charging capabilities this range does deliver a fairly quick result. It is capable of going from 0 to 80 % of charge in underhalf an hour yet from 0 to 100 at approximately 4 hours.