Peugeot boosts young

driver scheme

Peugeot 308, 66 plate

PEUGEOT is extending its Just Add Fuel scheme for younger drivers to include the 308 range of hatchbacks and estates.

The Just Add Fuel with Telematics package is aimed at drivers aged 18 and above and is an ‘all in' deal enabling them to drive a new car for three years at a fixed cost.

Under the scheme the car is fitted with ‘black box' telemetry to make sure the vehicle is being driven safely.

It was launched last year on the smaller Peugeot 108 city car and will now be available on the larger 308, 208 and 2008 models.

Just Add Fuel covers running costs including insurance, road tax and servicing for three years and Peugeot says a 308 PureTech 110 model can be had for a monthly fee of £419 after a £1,500 deposit.

The scheme excludes more powerful models in the 308 range such as the GTi.


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