Peugeot 3008 electric

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  • #257095
    kj35
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      Is this brand new? Looks a good large SUV option with decent AP and I’m not sure how I’ve missed it?

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    • #257097
      des
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        I had a look as soon as I saw it. Appears there’s a new 3008 coming later this year and this is the outgoing version. The new one is very nice.

        #257102
        wmcforum
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          Yes. Brand new. Added today

          #257103
          kezo
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            As far as I’m concerned it the new one as the 3008 wasn’t electric untill now.

            The 73kW e3008 is out now, later this year there will be a 93kW available with claims of 400+ miles.

            #257160
            des
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              Now this puts a spanner in the works. I really like the interior on this and that is the only thing I don’t like about the Enyaq. I also don’t like the thought of cancelling.

              But I will go and see it in the showroom if there’s one there tomorrow.

              #257164
              Djw38uk
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                I really like the look of this and I think it knocks spots off the Enyaq and would have been a serious contender had I not already ordered my Ioniq 5.

                Decent spec (GT) too!

                #257172
                des
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                  I really like the look of this and I think it knocks spots off the Enyaq and would have been a serious contender had I not already ordered my Ioniq 5. Decent spec (GT) too!

                  I’m heading over now with the tape measure to check the boot sizes in the Enyaq and 3008 as the two dealers are beside each other.

                  I ain’t really compared specs but as you say it’s top spec so should be similar. I did notice both have power boots which is good.

                  I did a quick check on real world range and the Enyaq has about an extra 30 mile. But it was just a quick look.

                  So size and delivery times is really why I’m going.

                  #257181
                  des
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                    That was a waste of time. The new Peugeot is not out until April.

                    From looking online the boot in the Enyaq is 1/2 inch longer, 2 1/2 inch wider and same height.

                    #257334
                    Avatar photoPOPS
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                      I currently have a Peugeot 3008 225 hybrid GT Premium which has been a great car. I’m due to order now and have arranged a 2 year extension to cover any new order build times. My local dealer’s Motability rep has said that he expects a demonstrator E3008 to arrive in 3 to 4 weeks time, and build times are expected to be approximately 6 months.

                      It’s not a traffic light racer as it has a 0-62 time of 8.9, and it doesn’t have electrically adjustable seats, neither does it have the truly excellent “Focal HiFi” that I have in my current car. The Focal system is available as part of a pack which includes an opening sunroof for £1200.

                      I would be interested to hear opinions from any of you guys who manage to find a demonstrator in your locality in the near future.

                      #257339
                      kezo
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                        I currently have a Peugeot 3008 225 hybrid GT Premium which has been a great car. I’m due to order now and have arranged a 2 year extension to cover any new order build times. My local dealer’s Motability rep has said that he expects a demonstrator E3008 to arrive in 3 to 4 weeks time, and build times are expected to be approximately 6 months. It’s not a traffic light racer as it has a 0-62 time of 8.9, and it doesn’t have electrically adjustable seats. neither does it have the truly excellent “Focal HiFi” that I have in my current car. The Focal system is available as part of a pack which includes an opening sunroof for £1200. I would be interested to hear opinions from any of you guys who manage to find a demonstrator in your locality in the near future.

                        It looks really nice but, is slower than the didconued VW group EV’s (Enyak 80, q4 40) and misses some spec, that I would class as standard.

                        the Hybrid4 300 would be a suitable replacement for you 🙂

                        #257403
                        des
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                          I have just spent 5 hours going over this car and comparing it to the enyaq 85x sport line as I’m thinking of cancelling the enyaq and going for this. Trying to compare specs is a pain as the brand websites are a pain to navigate. I really didn’t see much of a difference tbh. But must have missed some things @kezo may have noticed as you mentioned it. Both have the kick activated power boot, adaptive CC, lane assist, preheat etc that I want.

                          I had to do take some measurements online  as I can not see the 3008 yet. The enyaq is 110mm longer, the 3008 is 16mm wider and 36mm higher. So not to much in it tbh. The enyaq boot has 65ltrs more space but the measurements make out  that the enyaq is 20mm longer but 40mm narrower so not much size ways, so I’m wondering does the sloping roof mean that the boot shelf maybe lower in the 3008 and that’s why the enyaq has an extra 65ltrs. There’s not much in range difference that I can workout, enyaq has maybe 30 miles more, but it’s not something I looked at much as both will be an improvement on my konas average of about 190 miles which has never been a problem for me.

                          As I’m really looking to go car camping that bit of extra width in the 3008 would be better as it would be me and the two kids sleeping in it. The small difference in length should not affect us. Something that did get my attention is that the 3008 has V2L up to 3KW16A. Now it’s nothing I know about but after reading a few things on line I think I could run a small microwave off that which would be great.

                          I’ve had the old 3008 which is the only car I extended as I liked it and paid over 3k ap, so I’m sort of familiar with it as I think they are about the same size.

                          They are both great cars tbh and I’m being a little spoiled when I say why I’m thinking of cancelling the enyaq and ordering the 3008. It’s because I really hate that wee small drivers instrument cluster. Really, I think about that a lot, but with everything else being so good on the enyaq I went ahead and ordered. Now I’m not really into cars for example I don’t know what kind of alloys the enyaq has as I never really bothered to look. It’s all about the interior to me and that 3008 “cockpit” is stunning, I really love it tbh. I’m not fussed on speed or handling either as I’m more of a relaxed driver, so the reviews on that aspect don’t faze me. Also it has no rear wiper which will be a pain.  It’s £400 pound dearer but worth it I think, so I will sleep on it tonight and make my decision in the morning.

                          #257410
                          MickC
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                            Like the interior it looks really special,but the rear suspension setup is a bit “van esq”.

                            #257412
                            kezo
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                              @Des

                              Peugeot – Power 210bhp 0 – 60 mph 8.4 secs

                              Skoda – Power 286bhp 0-60 mph 6.7 secs.

                              Of course if that is no interest to you, the e3008 IMO is the better car, well alot nicer interior anyway (I don’t like the interior;dash of the Enyak or id4). The V2L will be a godsend camping, I pointed you towards the ioniq 5 a wgile back if you remember because of this featue.

                              I think the peugeot is missing electric/heated seats but, that may not bother you or a pack will hopefully be available.

                              Here is the e3008 brochure incase you haven’t seen it 🙂

                              https://indd.adobe.com/view/17ff3ca6-dbfc-48b2-b461-98674a4b9710

                               

                              #257504
                              des
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                                Like the interior it looks really special,but the rear suspension setup is a bit “van esq”.

                                I’ve no Idea what that means tbh. What ever it is it wouldn’t annoy me. My £300 escort 29 years ago drove like my £7,000 Alfa 12 years ago which drives like my £40k Kona lol.

                                Honestly a car just drives to me. Maybe if I had a spin in an MX5 then got straight into a C5 aircross I would understand, but I’ve never understood the drivers driver car thing.

                                #257505
                                des
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                                  @Des Peugeot – Power 210bhp 0 – 60 mph 8.4 secs Skoda – Power 286bhp 0-60 mph 6.7 secs. Of course if that is no interest to you, the e3008 IMO is the better car, well alot nicer interior anyway (I don’t like the interior;dash of the Enyak or id4). The V2L will be a godsend camping, I pointed you towards the ioniq 5 a wgile back if you remember because of this featue. I think the peugeot is missing electric/heated seats but, that may not bother you or a pack will hopefully be available. Here is the e3008 brochure incase you haven’t seen it 🙂 https://indd.adobe.com/view/17ff3ca6-dbfc-48b2-b461-98674a4b9710

                                  That was the brochure where I found the V2L info after seeing it mentioned on a YouTube video. No other car websites mentioned the V2L.

                                  Heated seats are standard on GT, no power seats wouldn’t annoy me tbh. And I’m still undecided as it’s feels a bit fussy to cancel a cracking car because of that cluster. Mind its my money buying it and I’ve to look at it.

                                  I think the V2L will sway me. Yeah I remember that thread as there was someone on it who car camped. The the Kia EV6 has it as well.

                                  #257513
                                  kj35
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                                    Power memory seats are available on the GT as an extra at £1600 I think you get other stuff in the pack too.

                                    #257514
                                    des
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                                      Kj35 that’s right. It adds heated rear seats with ventilation, massage function and power and the side bolsters can be electrically adjusted which I’ve never seen before. Sounds nice but not £1600 nice.

                                      Also can’t add the sunroof as a standalone option only as part of a pack on the GT which is daft because you can add it to allure.

                                      #257543
                                      des
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                                        Spoke with my local Peugeot dealership and nothing in the showroom until April and delivery would be around June which sounds about right.

                                        Now the Skoda salesman is on annual leave until Thursday and I can’t cancel the Enyaq. So it’s back to the mobility lottery and hoping the e3008 does not come of the scheme in the next few days.

                                        #257545
                                        kezo
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                                          Spoke with my local Peugeot dealership and nothing in the showroom until April and delivery would be around June which sounds about right. Now the Skoda salesman is on annual leave until Thursday and I can’t cancel the Enyaq. So it’s back to the mobility lottery and hoping the e3008 does not come of the scheme in the next few days.

                                          Give Motability a ring and ask them to cancel as the Skoda salesman is off and no one else would cancel it and you want to order the Peugeot before incase it comes off the scheme.

                                          #257582
                                          moggy
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                                            Why would you order a car you’ve not even sat in let alone driven?

                                            #257590
                                            des
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                                              Why would you order a car you’ve not even sat in let alone driven?

                                              It’s a car and they all drive more or less the same for me. As long as I can see the size and specs online then I’m happy with that.

                                              It would be a problem for those who are into cars or who need cars to drive a certain way. Mobility are putting cars on the scheme which are not in showrooms yet which forces folk to take a gamble on a car that ticks most boxes for them but they don’t how it handles or how comfortable it is so they order incase it gets removed from the scheme which happens to often.

                                              Example e3008 added the other day but not in showrooms until April. Enyaq 85 on scheme from 1st Jan I think and still none in the showrooms here in NI

                                              #257681
                                              Avatar photoStuart
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                                                It`s each to his own i suppose but it i would take that over the Enyaq all day long. For me the Enyaq has slipped into that same dowdy group along with the Volvo XC40, they just look dated even though im sure its a brilliant car. I really like what Peugeot have done to their new cars to elevate them, from the new badge designs to the lovely interiors as well as some striking external lines. Good that they have included features like V2L as well something i think that Skoda have missed out on with the update.

                                                If my Ioniq 6 was not already built and awaiting shipping then i would be seriously considering that car.

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                                                #257866
                                                des
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                                                  Enyaq canceled and e3008 ordered. Both great cars but that interior just got me. Skoda salesman was great considering how bad he was when I ordered.

                                                  How do I explain it considering I jumped through hoops to get the Enyaq. When I went over to order the Enyaq I felt nothing, when I ordered it I felt nothing, when I came home and the 3 weeks since ordering it I felt nothing.

                                                  When I went to order the e3008 I was excited, I was excited when I ordered it and I’m still excited a day later and I just want to get it delivered.

                                                  I went for obsession blue, which is not blue but green, well maybe blue, well depending on how the light is it’s both. Literally changes colour as you move around it.

                                                   

                                                  #257870
                                                  kezo
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                                                    Enyaq canceled and e3008 ordered. Both great cars but that interior just got me. Skoda salesman was great considering how bad he was when I ordered. How do I explain it considering I jumped through hoops to get the Enyaq. When I went over to order the Enyaq I felt nothing, when I ordered it I felt nothing, when I came home and the 3 weeks since ordering it I felt nothing. When I went to order the e3008 I was excited, I was excited when I ordered it and I’m still excited a day later and I just want to get it delivered. I went for obsession blue, which is not blue but green, well maybe blue, well depending on how the light is it’s both. Literally changes colour as you move around it.

                                                    Congrats, the interior/dash does look nice compared the the Enyak/id offerings.

                                                    When did they suggest dlivery would be?

                                                    #257873
                                                    kj35
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                                                      Congratulations Des. I’ve fallen for the iD5 in the same way after thinking I’d for sure be ordering the Q4 Quattro tomorrow. Something about it just got to me and it felt fun and lovely to look at and sit in. I went to Peugeot yesterday too understanding that the electric 3008 isn’t going to be far removed from the current model ( but better) and it’s a beautiful car and a great car maker. I completely understand why you’d order it without test drive as we are lucky in that we can change our minds up to delivery date ( not that I think you will) . It’s beautiful and I’m a little bit jealous:-)

                                                      #257875
                                                      des
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                                                        @kezo 5-6 months, which I’m starting to think that all dealers don’t know when cars will come so that have all just started saying 5-6 months.

                                                        The saleswoman is a friend of a friend and I got my last 3008 off her. She absolutely ripped into the industry as a whole including her own company. One car is sitting in Liverpool docks from the 6th of December with no transport to here (NI) and a customer waiting. 2 new cars in the compound with lost keys,  1 in the panel shop with a damaged bumper and she said she could have sold those cars a few times over. But the company is more interested in finding someone to blame so they can recoup the money to fix.

                                                        Even the personal appearance of a lot of sales people now. And she ain’t prim and proper, just presentable.

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