What used Peugeot 108 hatchback will I get for my budget?
A 2014 108 with previous repaired accident damage start at around £4000, but lower mileage examples with a clean history are £4800 and 1.2-litre models begin at around £5000.
Automatics are rarer than manuals and therefore cost more to buy at £5500.
A nearly new 1.0-litre Active with delivery can be found for around £9000.
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How much does it cost to run a Peugeot 108 hatchback?
You shouldn’t have to spend too much to run a 108. The 1.0-litre engine has a combined average of 68.9mpg. The more powerful 1.2-litre engine is also very cost effective to run with an average of 65.7mpg. All pre-2017 models have free road tax thanks to their low emissions.
Any 108 registered after April 2017 will cost you £140 per year in road tax.
However, insurance might be a little bit more costly than rivals, so make sure you get quotes before you commit to buying one.
You can keep a lid on servicing costs because Peugeot offers fixed price servicing costs for cars that are more than three years old.