PEUGEOT’s plug-in hybrid vehicles have been designed for easy and intuitive charging. Once plugged in, a colour-coded display indicates its charging progress. The charging hatch is on the rear left wing, and you can store your charging cable under the boot floor. Its charging time depends on the power of the socket and of the charging point.
For full all-electric capacity, PEUGEOT plug-in hybrid vehicles give you various charging solutions.
This charging solution is within everyone’s reach. To charge your plug-in hybrid car, simply plug it into a conventional wall socket.
7h Charging a Peugeot 3008 HYBRID4
Economical, the reinforced grip has the right balance to regain the range you need for conventional use of your vehicle.
4h Fully charging a Peugeot 3008 HYBRID4
Gain power and charging speed.
Recover your entire range in just a few hours with power of up to 22 kW. You can also carry out a diagnosis before installing your Wallbox.
1h45* Fully charging a Peugeot 3008 HYBRID 4
*Available as an option depending on the market
a quick charge in 1 h 45
With public charging points, you can recharge your hybrid car nearby.
WHAT ARE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE BATTERY?
Kept under the rear seats of the HYBRID4 versions is the high-voltage lithium-ion battery (300 V). It has a capacity of up to and 13.2 kWh**, the best on the market. This gives 100% electric driving for up to 42 kilometres WLTP*** (69 kilometres NEDC****). The WLTP protocol is used to measure the fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of a hybrid vehicle.
The battery has an 8 year warranty or 160,000 km for 70% of its charge capacity. During the entire warranty period, Peugeot commits to a standard exchange of damaged batteries. To reduce your CO2 emissions, opt for 100% electric driving for your daily journeys. Electric journeys can reach up to 135 km/h before the combustion engine takes over.
**For 3008 plug-in hybrid
***Data for the Peugeot Hybrid4: range in electric mode between 42 and 50 km depending on options fitted. The range may vary according to the actual conditions of use (weather, driving style, etc.).