PEUGEOT extends industry-leading 8-year coverage to its entire electric car range

  • PEUGEOT extends 8-year, 160,000 km coverage to entire electric car lineup.
  • ALLURE CARE programme introduced in key European markets, setting industry standard.
  • Coverage includes critical components and complements existing warranty, aiming to boost consumer confidence in EVs.

PEUGEOT extends its 8-year, 160,000 km coverage to its entire electric range 

PEUGEOT is boosting consumer confidence in electric vehicles by extending its 8-year, 160,000 km coverage to its entire electric passenger car lineup. 

Effective now, the ALLURE CARE programme is being introduced in key European markets. These include Germany, Spain, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Portugal, Poland, Austria, and Luxembourg. This initiative is a first in offering such comprehensive coverage among European manufacturers.

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The ALLURE CARE programme is designed to increase consumer confidence in EVs. It covers critical components such as the electric motor, charger, and transmission, for up to 8 years or 160,000 km. This complements the existing warranty for the high-voltage battery, ensuring comprehensive protection for the entire vehicle.

Moreover, the coverage activates automatically after each service performed within the PEUGEOT network. That’s required every 2 years or 25,000 km. This proactive approach ensures that vehicles remain in prime condition throughout the coverage period.

Phil York, PEUGEOT’s Marketing and Communications Director, commented:

“We believe that PEUGEOT Allure Care will accelerate the adoption of the latest generation of 100% electric vehicles by offering customers the peace of mind they need to make the switch to electric. This coverage of exceptional breadth is a testament to the confidence we have in the quality and reliability of our products.”

By offering extensive coverage and support, PEUGEOT aims to lead the European EV market and inspire more drivers to embrace electric cars. This incentivisation directly from manufacturers comes as leaders in the European sector and further afield call for greater governmental support. With the lack of official support, schemes like these may be essential to boosting uptake in the coming years.  

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