With your electric vehicle, you will benefit from long-term gains in terms of your use. At the financial level, you will benefit from the various government incentives for the purchase, the advantages linked to the use of an electrified vehicle (free parking, etc.), the reduction of your servicing costs as well as your cheaper refills. Taking all these benefits into account, the cost price of an electric vehicle is no more expensive than a conventional vehicle.
Save an average of 30% on your maintenance contract with your electric vehicle, compared to a combustion engine.
This is due to a lower number of complex mechanical parts as well as the absence of certain wearing parts (e.g. timing belt). Added to this is the low stress on the brake pads due to an engine brake optimiSed for energy recovery.
Cost of charging
Driving electric is much cheaper than driving petrol or diesel!
To calculate the cost of a full charge, the formula is very simple: battery capacity in kWh * cost per kWh.
Peugeot e-208 has a 50 kWh battery, the average cost per kWh being €0.15: the cost for 100km thus amounts to €2.5 instead of €10 for combustion!