What used Peugeot 508 hatchback will I get for my budget?
The 508 prices start at around £14,000 for one of the early cars. Expect to spend between £14,000 and £16,000 on a good 2019 car, or a little more for one of the pricier GT Line trims, and around £17,000 to £19,000 on a 2020 model, again with a little more for a higher spec version.
How much does it cost to run a Peugeot 508 hatchback?
On paper, the most economical 508 is the 1.5 HDi 130 diesel with an automatic gearbox. According to the older NEDC official figures, its combined figure is 76.3mpg, with corresponding CO2 emissions of 98g/km. The manual car achieves a claimed 74.3mpg and CO2 emissions of 101g/km. The 2.0 HDi 160 has been tested under the new stricter WLTP procedure and produces 51.1mpg with corresponding CO2 emissions of 118g/km. The 1.6 180 petrol-engined car achieves 41.8mpg under the new test, and CO2 emissions of 123g/km.
According to the official figures, the hybrid will do 235.4mpg, but as is usual with plug-in hybrids conditions would have to be just right for you to achieve anything like this in the real world.
All 508s of this generation will have been registered after the tax changes of April 2017 came into force, meaning a flat rate annual VED tax currently £150 a year.
Insurance groups are average for this class of car. Peugeot has a number of different servicing plans that offer flexibility in payments and length of contract, and servicing costs on the whole are lower than many of its rivals.
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