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THE DRIVING RANGE OF YOUR PLUG-IN HYBRID VEHICLE

DRIVING RANGE

The driving range of PEUGEOT plug-in hybrid vehicles allows you to travel both short and long distances. To ensure that you have a relaxed travelling experience, you can find all the information you need here: our advice for optimising your range and best practices to adopt.

2/3 of motorists drive on average less than 50 km per day.

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Driving range of plug-in hybrid vehicles

Plug-in hybrid vehicles have two complementary engines (petrol and electric).

 

In 100% electric mode, our vehicles have a driving range of:

  

New PEUGEOT 308 HYbrid plug-in

Up to 60 km WLTP

PEUGEOT 308 HYBRID

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New PEUGEOT 3008SUV HYBRID4 plug-in hybrid

Up to 60 km WLTP

PEUGEOT 3008 SUV HYBRID4

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PEUGEOT ASSISTANCE TO OPTIMISE DRIVING RANGE

POWER INDICATOR

POWER INDICATOR

Your energy consumption is shown in real time on your dashboard for optimal management of your vehicle’s driving range.

HYBRID MODE

HYBRID MODE

Hybrid mode allows you to use the electric motor and petrol engine depending on the driving style and type of road. 

REGENERATIVE BRAKING

REGENERATIVE BRAKING

When you release the acceleratori, the electric motor acts as a generator, slowing the vehicle and recharging the battery. 

FACTORS IMPACTING YOUR VEHICLE’S DRIVING RANGE

As with a petrol or diesel vehicle, these factors can affect the driving range of a plug-in hybrid vehicle:

Load carried

Load carried

Driving with loads on the roof or with a window open increases wind resistance and therefore fuel consumption. A heavy load will also affect driving range.

Driving style

Driving style

Smooth and eco-friendly driving will optimise your driving range.

Air-conditioning

Air-conditioning

Heating and air-conditioning can be responsible for 10% to 30% of your battery consumption.

Relief

Hills

Your fuel consumption is increased when travelling uphill and your range is affected. When travelling downhill, regenerative braking increases your driving range.

Load carried

Load carried

Driving with loads on the roof or with a window open increases wind resistance and therefore fuel consumption. A heavy load will also affect driving range.

Driving style

Driving style

Smooth and eco-friendly driving will optimise your driving range.

Air-conditioning

Air-conditioning

Heating and air-conditioning can be responsible for 10% to 30% of your battery consumption.

Relief

Hills

Your fuel consumption is increased when travelling uphill and your range is affected. When travelling downhill, regenerative braking increases your driving range.

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