Peugeot is hoping its facelifted 2008 SUV will give its 66-plate registration sales campaign a boost in September.
The French manufacturer is coming off a Q2 2016 performance that saw a 2.6% drop in registrations to a total of 23,785 units compared to 24,424 units in Q2 2015.
The brand saw registrations drop by 12.31% in June to 8,773 units and is down 4.47% year-to-date to 54,767 units. Peugeot will be looking to its dealers to deliver a Q3 that will beat last year's 27,256 unit figure.
Peugeot has reduced pricing on the 2008 by £850 for Q3 (excluding the Access A/C model) and is offering an additional £350 deposit contribution for customers that take a model on its Peugeot Passport finance or Just Add Fuel offer.
A Passport finance package with a customer deposit of £1,000, on a new 2008 SUV PureTech 82, results in monthly payments of £211 for the Active and £237 for the Allure model. Peugeot is running a 4.9% APR finance campaign across its entire model range during Q3.
Customers choosing Just Add Fuel three-year finance package on the same model will have a monthly payment of £241 for the Active and £268 for the Allure model, and the Just Add Fuel Telematics’ finance package is also available for 18 year olds and above.