In recent years, electric, ecological and sustainable mobility has been the main objective of many brands, which have been working to design and develop models that are suitable for any type of customers without leaving a high carbon footprint in the environment and thus reduce carbon emissions. Firms such as Peugeot have focused on this new path, where they have produced groundbreaking models that have not left indifferent. This is the case of the new Peugeot e-208, that with high standing features will make users in the foreground thanks to their usability.
When we talk about the Peugeot e-208 we do not find the clear example of a job well done where the electrification strategy is in full development. With the intention of controlling the zero-emission alternative, this model has a range of 362 kilometers, which focuses mainly on urban displacement.
With the intention of enhancing the driving and comfort of users, you can enjoy driving without any acoustic and vibrational problems. This model has a power of 100kW and 136CV, with features designed to take advantage of the car for the user at all times. This model can go from 0 to 100km / h in 8 seconds and has a very competitive cost.
At a time like the present, where energy has such a wide variation, we can find different ones. Since recharging the 50 kWh battery of a Peugeot e-208 can cost between 1.5 euros (at home, with the cheapest rate and company) and 39.5 euros, if done at the fastest, most expensive and advanced public charging station.
The prices to recharge the 50 kWh of battery capacity of an e-208 range from 1.5 euros of the cheapest rate on the market in off-peak hours (0.03 euros / kWh) and 10.5 euros of an average rate (0.21 euros / kWh). Analyzing the kWh prices in the public charging stations, the range of prices goes to € 0.20 per kWh of the charging points of 22 kW (10 euros recharge an e-208) at 0.79€/kWh of the highest speed network, with chargers of 350 kW (39.5 euros the full recharge and 31.5 euros to recharge to 80% of its capacity the battery of an e-208).