Do you have a question about your new PEUGEOT? Everything you need to know about your new PEUGEOT is right here.


  • Where can I learn about current offers?
  • Where can I get a printed brochure?

From time to time we have offers on our cars. The best place to start is the offers tab in the new car showroom, or the latest offers page. Here you will find all the great PEUGEOT deals currently available.

We also recommend contacting your local PEUGEOT dealer as individual dealers often run local promotions on PEUGEOT vehicles.

You can request a printed brochure or downnload a vehicle brochure PDF here.

Alternatively, you can find out more about our range in our model showrooms.


  • Does PEUGEOT offer roadside assistance?
  • How do I register my details for my used PEUGEOT?

Every PEUGEOT is delivered with three years’ complimentary Roadside Assistance

For further information contact customer service on 0800 738 4368. 

If you have purchased a pre-owned PEUGEOT, please register your details with PEUGEOT NZ. You can do this by calling our customer service team on 0800 738 4368. PEUGEOT NZ will then update your details and, if necessary, contact you with any important information concerning your PEUGEOT.


  • When do I have to service my PEUGEOT?
  • How much will my service cost?
  • Where can I service my PEUGEOT?

Your PEUGEOT has an optimum service interval that depends as much on time and driving conditions as it does on distance. If you're mostly driving your PEUGEOT on sealed roads in moderate conditions, then you'll need to service it as per the standard service schedule intervals, either according to time or kilometres travelled.

Everyone's driving habits are different and therefore so are the service requirements for your vehicle. You should be servicing your vehicle based either on time or distance, whichever occurs first. PEUGEOT service intervals are  every12 months or either 15,000km or 20,000km, depending on the model. 

If you don't do a lot of kilometres you should have your PEUGEOT serviced according to the recommended time-based service intervals. So even though you haven't travelled great distances, the engine has been working hard during those short, stop-start trips, such as city driving.

However, if you drive your PEUGEOT more regularly and over longer distances you will reach the kilometre interval first. In this case you should service your vehicle based on the recommended distance travelled.

Check the vehicle brochure, your handbook or call your local authorised PEUGEOT dealer to determine the specific service intervals that apply to your PEUGEOT.

Purchase a PEUGEOT Assured Service Plan at the time of your new car purchase and it will cover you for 3 years or 60,000km of scheduled servicing costs, whichever falls first.

Find more information here.

With our network of authorised PEUGEOT Service Centres conveniently located around New Zealand, you can be assured that one is never too far away. 

Find your closest PEUGEOT Service Centre here.


  • How long is my new car warranty?
  • Can I transfer my warranty to a new owner?

Your PEUGEOT is covered by a 3 year / 100,000 kilometre warranty.

Check out our warranty page for more information.

The New Vehicle Warranty provided with each new PEUGEOT vehicle is transferable from owner to owner.