Peugeot has increased pricing across its passenger and commercial model ranges “as a result of rising global costs regarding production and logistics”, the carmaker has said.
Affected models include the 508, 2008, 3008 and 5008, as well as Partner, Expert and Boxer vans.
This is not the first hike in 2022 for the French brand, which raised costs on a raft of products at the beginning of the year. Some models of which lost features due to the ongoing semiconductor shortage.
“Rising costs have resulted in an unavoidable increase in the Manufacturer’s List Price”, said a spokesperson for Peugeot Citroën Australia.
Read on below for a breakdown on the most recent changes. All prices shown exclude on-road costs.
The price of Peugeot’s 508 C-segment offering has crept up over the years, with the entry-level Fastback GT now asking $63,431.
Unlike international markets, however, the local entry-level offering consists of the more powerful 169kW GT, and still undercuts less-powerful rivals such as the BMW 330i and Mercedes-Benz C200.
|Peugeot 508 Fastback 1.6 GT (auto)||$63431||Up $6441|
|Peugeot 508 Sportwagon 1.6 GT (auto)||$65657||Up $6667|
|Peugeot 508 Fastback 1.6 GT plug-in hybrid (auto)||$81610||Up $4620|
The stylish small SUV launched in 2021 for $34,990, which increased to $36,740 at the start of 2022.
The most recent adjustment lifts the entry-level 2008 Allure to $38,945, before on-road costs.
|Peugeot 2008 FWD 1.2 Allure (auto)||$38945||Up $2205|
|Peugeot 2008 FWD 1.2 GT (auto)||$43397||Up $2457|
|Peugeot 2008 FWD 1.2 GT Sport (auto)||$51188||Up $2898|
The highly-optioned 3008 comprises petrol, diesel and one hybrid option, with the entry-level Allure rising by $2835 from $47,240 to now ask $50,075.
|Peugeot 3008 2WD Petrol 1.6 Allure (auto)||$50075||Up $2835|
|Peugeot 3008 2WD Petrol 1.6 GT (auto)||$53414||Up $3024|
|Peugeot 3008 2WD Petrol 1.6 GT Sport (auto)||$63431||Up $3591|
|Peugeot 3008 2WD Diesel 2.0 GT (auto)||$56753||Up $3303|
|Peugeot 3008 AWD 1.6 GT Sport plug-in hybrid||$84790||Up $4800|
A new-for-2022 GT Sport variant gained a 12kW/10Nm bump in outputs – along with increased standard equipment – compared to the discontinued petrol GT.
Previously disparate pricing between the two powertrains is now more closely aligned with the newest GT Sport asking $65,657 compared to the Diesel GT’s $66,670.
|Peugeot 5008 2WD Petrol 1.6 GT Sport (auto)||$65657||Up $3717|
|Peugeot 5008 2WD Diesel 2.0 GT (auto)||$66770||Up $3780|
Pro and Premium variants of Peugeot’s Partner small van have received modest hikes.
Short wheelbase configurations of the Pro and Premium variant are up $2016, while long wheelbase variants of the Partner Pro and Premium are up $2173.
|Peugeot Partner 1.2 Pro Short (auto)||$35606||Up $2016|
|Peugeot Partner 1.2 Pro Long (auto)||$38388||Up $2173|
|Peugeot Partner 1.2 Premium Short (auto)||$38096||Up $2016|
|Peugeot Partner 1.2 Premium Long (auto)||$40878||Up $2173|
Pricing revisions have also affected many variants of Peugeot’s Expert van, which have been bumped up anywhere from $2457 to $2835.
The previously-limited edition Expert Sport has been removed from Peugeot’s local website, while the entry-level Expert City Short rises to $43,397.
|Peugeot Expert Diesel 2.0 City Short (manual)||$43397||Up $2457|
|Peugeot Expert Diesel 2.0 Pro Short (auto)||$47849||Up $2709|
|Peugeot Expert Diesel 2.0 Pro Long (manual)||$46736||Up $2646|
|Peugeot Expert Diesel 2.0 Pro Long (auto)||$50075||Up $2835|
|Peugeot Expert Diesel 2.0 Premium Short (auto)||$51039||Up $2709|
|Peugeot Expert Diesel 2.0 Premium Long (auto)||$53265||Up $2835|
Initially launched in short and long-wheelbase configurations, Peugeot Australia most recently offered its largest Boxer van in a single Pro-grade in long wheelbase configuration – asking $54,527 before on-road costs.
|Peugeot Boxer Diesel 2.0 Pro Long||$54527||Up $3087|
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