Renault or Peugeot electric : which SUV is cheapest ?

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Renault scénic Peugeot 3008 électrique

Renault hits hard with a base price of €39,990, but Peugeot responds with longer range. Renault and Peugeot have unveiled their new electric compact SUVs, the Scénic and the 3008. The two models are very similar, but they have slightly different prices and technical specifications.

The Renault Scénic is the cheaper of the two, with a base price of €39,990. This price corresponds to a version with a 60 kWh battery and a range of 430 km. To have a range of 625 km, you need to opt for the 87 kWh battery, which costs €2,000 more.

The Peugeot 3008 electric is slightly more expensive, with a base price of €44,990. This price corresponds to a version with a 73 kWh battery and a range of 527 km.

In terms of equipment, the base Renault Scénic is a little less well-equipped than the Peugeot 3008 Allure. It doesn’t have a 12-inch touchscreen, parking sensors on all sides, or inductive smartphone charging.

To have equipment equivalent to that of the Peugeot 3008 Allure, you need to opt for the Techno version of the Renault Scénic, which costs €41,990.

In the end, the choice between the Renault Scénic and the Peugeot 3008 electric depends on your priorities. If you are looking for the lowest price, the Renault Scénic is the best option. If you want a longer range, the Peugeot 3008 is a better choice.

Here is a summary table of the technical specifications and prices of the two models:

FeatureRenault ScénicPeugeot 3008
Base price€39,990€44,990
Range (60 kWh battery)430 km527 km
Range (87 kWh battery)625 km
Power (60 kWh battery)170 hp210 hp
Power (87 kWh battery)220 hp
Onboard charger7 kW (130 kW optional)11 kW
Fast charging130 kW160 kW
Base equipment19-inch wheels, digital instrumentation, dual-zone climate control, rear camera, adaptive cruise control18-inch wheels, digital instrumentation, dual-zone climate control, rear camera, adaptive cruise control
Techno equipment19-inch wheels, 12-inch touchscreen, parking sensors on all sides, inductive smartphone charging18-inch wheels, 10-inch touchscreen, rear camera, adaptive cruise control
Techno price€41,990€44,990

Renault has also announced a price reduction for the Mégane electric, which now starts at €38,000. This price reduction allows the Mégane electric to position itself as a more affordable alternative to the Scénic electric.

Here is a more casual translation:

Renault and Peugeot go head-to-head in the electric SUV market

Renault and Peugeot have just unveiled their new electric compact SUVs, the Scénic and the 3008. The two models are very similar, but they have some key differences that could make one a better choice for you than the other.

Price

The Renault Scénic is the clear winner in the price department. The base model starts at just €39,990, while the Peugeot 3008 starts at €44,990. That’s a significant difference of €5,000.

Range

The Peugeot 3008 has the edge in terms of range. The base model has a range of 527 km, while the Renault Scénic has a range of 430 km. If you need to travel long distances on a single charge, the Peugeot 3008 is the better choice.

Equipment

The base Renault Scénic is a little less well-equipped than the base Peugeot 3008. The Scénic doesn’t have a 12-inch touchscreen, parking sensors on all sides, or inductive smartphone charging. If you want all of these features, you’ll need to upgrade.

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