On test: Peugeot’s e-solution to range anxiety
The Peugeot e-208 will drive about 340 kilometres between charges, which is close to the average distance driven each week by Irish car owners
If you’re in the market for a relatively affordable electric car, and it’s your first move away from internal combustion power, you might be focused on the official range between charges.
It‘s worth nothing that drivers in Ireland average roughly 20,000 kilometres a year and breaking that down, it equates to about 385 kilometres a week. So even if you do have so-called range anxiety, the chances are that you are...
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