Peugeot

Flexible & Fixed Short-Term Contracts

Fixed Contracts
From
£329 +VAT per month*
We have a fantastic range of Peugeot’s available on our short-term lease programs, whether you need a flexible or a fixed short-term contract, for business or personal use. We’re sure you will find the right car for you and your needs.
With our rates starting from £329.00* plus VAT per month for our fixed contracts and

If you require a car quickly, we would highly recommend using the AVAILABILITY filters below and searching for a flexible car lease that is showing “In-Stock.

Fixed Short-Term Lease from

£329.00 plus. VAT p/m

Peugeot Vehicles

Price Range
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£100+VAT£5,000+VAT
Peugeot 408 Fastback 1.2 PureTech GT [Sept] 5dr Auto
18 month car lease from £399.00 + VAT per month. Includes 12,000 miles.
Peugeot 208 Hatchback E-208 100kW Allure Premium 50kWh [Re-rent] 5dr Auto
12 month car lease from £359.00 + VAT per month. Includes 21,000 miles.
Peugeot 2008 Estate 1.2 PureTech 130 GT 5dr Auto
6 month car lease from £479.00 + VAT per month. Includes 9,000 miles.
* With initial payment equivalent to 2 months

Manufacturer History

Peugeot is a French Car Manufacturer and although the company was founded in 1810 (originally as a Coffee Mill Company), they didn’t start producing cars until 1882. Armand Peugeot became interested in cars and after meeting with Gottlieb Daimler, he was convinced that it was a way forwards.

The first Peugeot vehicle was a 3 wheel steam powered car and was produced in 1889, only 4 were ever made. In 1890 after a meeting with Gottlieb Daimler and Emile Levassor, steam was exchaned for a petrol fuelled engine build by Panhard under Daimler licence.

By 1899 Peugeot had produced over 400 vehicles with the early models given “Type” numbers. Peugeot were also the first vehicle manufacturer to fit rubber tyres.

Peugeot was an ealry adopter to motor racing with Albert Lemaitre winning the first ever motor race in 1894 Paris-Rouen race. It was in a 3hp Peugeot. Lemaitre finished in 3 mins 30 secos behind a steam powered car which was eventually disqualified. In the 1895 Paris-Rouen race three peugeots were entered and were beaten by Panhard’s car, this race also marked the debut of the Michelin Pneumatic Tyre in racing.

Peugeot now has a wide range of cars and commercial vehicles, and is part of PSA Peugeot Citroen.

For more information on the Peugeot car range, please visit their website: Peugeot Car Range

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