PEUGEOT TRAVELLER DIESEL ESTATE 2.0 BLUEHDI 120 BUSINESS STANDARD[9 SEAT] 5DR EAT8
From 1 January 2019, miles per gallon (mpg) performance is measured using the new Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) fuel economy tests, which typically give lower mpg performance values than the old New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) tests. MPG figures are indicative figures and do not necessarily represent real driving results. Please consult manufacturer websites for the most up-to-date mpg performance values.
Prices and features of car models shown are correct to the best of our knowledge and may be subject to adjustments or withdrawal in the event of any changes taking place which affect the cost of provision of the lease agreement. In the coming months the wider car market may experience longer delivery times or availability issues with some makes and models, and customers are advised to discuss this with their dealer at the point of application.
Images are for illustrative purposes only. MPG figures quoted are combined, vehicle specifications are provided by Glass's Information Services Limited and CAP Automotive Limited, accessibility details are provided by the Research Institute for Disabled Consumers (RiDC), all figures, specifications and details are indicative only and may vary. The internal and external specification of the car you choose may differ. Customers are advised to check any specifically required features with their dealer at the point of application. Please note that Motability Operations Limited accepts no liability in relation to the accuracy of the information provided by third parties as set out herein. Please see our Terms and Conditions for more information.
WAV layout images show approximate position of the wheelchair user and number of seats only and are not to scale. Seat size and type will vary and some seats may be able to be moved to an alternative position. Additional seats may be available at extra cost. You must organise a home demonstration of any WAV you are considering.
- Explanation of the units used to define electric vehicles:
• kW: The peak power output of the car in Kilowatts.
• kWh: A measurement of the battery storage capacity in Kilowatt Hours.
• kWch: Some electric vehicles quote a figure for charging capability, which relates to the rate at which the onboard charger in the vehicle can accept charge from an AC power supply (e.g. a home charging port).