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Peugeot e-2008 pros and cons

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    Peugeot e-2008 GT - a well-designed, compact electric SUV 8.7

    test drive of Peugeot e-2008 GT 2020

    • DC charging up to 100 kW

    • 5 EuroNCAP stars (the highest safety rating)

    • lots of headroom in the back, up to a height of 190 cm (see photo)

    • particularly good sound proofing of the interior (confirmed by measurement)

    • standard equipment includes AC charging 11 kW 3x16A

    • heat pump as standard

    • the center console has USB connectors type A and C (rear 2x USB A) 

    • a deep glovebox

    • wireless charging

    • nice big storage compartment under the armrest

    • infotainment with Android Auto and Apple Car Play

    • overall warranty of 5 years/60,000 km

    • good build quality of the entire vehicle

    • ISOFIX also for the front passenger seat

    • the small yet powerful steering wheel is a pleasure to hold

    • battery warranty of 8 years/160,000 km (capacity must not drop below 70%)

    • traffic sign recognition

    • trunk capacity of 434 liters, the same as the combustion engine version

    • infotainment is slightly turned towards the driver

    • quite decent 3D digital cockpit

    • three driving modes: Eco, Normal and Sport

    •  you cannot set the charging capacity limits, e.g., at 80%

    • the basic portable charger supplied into the common outlet can only  8A, i.e., full charging can last up to 25 hours (meaning you either have to buy a garage wallbox or a better portable charger)

    • it lacks adjustable lumbar support for the front seats

    • while driving, the display does not show the battery status in percentage, just the remaining range in kilometers, yet the large display has plenty of room for further information

    • the e-2008 is not purely an electro-platform, and I surmise that this causes the slightly higher consumption

    • the “piano black” center console - easy to get dirty and probably scratched over time

    • the cruise control is literally hidden under the steering wheel, so it takes a while to get used it being practically out of sight

    • only two modes of energy recovery (paddles under the steering wheel with more than two energy recovery modes are better solutions)

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