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Peugeot Just Add Fuel 18+

August 19, 2015 by Perrys Content Team in News

Peugeot have launched a rather brilliant and very simple way of running a car with one monthly payment, well two if you count fuel. The Just Add Fuel offer is perfect for people who don’t like to juggle all the different costs of running car.

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It seems like we get busier and busier as time goes on these days. With mobile phones and laptops many people never really leave work, kids have more and more clubs and activities to go to and the bills just get more and more complex. Peugeot decided to at least make running a car a little more simple even if they couldn’t quite offer help with running a family. The Just Add Fuel offer basically puts all the running costs of your new Peugeot into one monthly payment that will never change over 3 years.

What It Covers

When the French brand said they would cover everything they really meant it. Apart form fuel, hence the name, the Just Add Fuel offer covers insurance, road tax, servicing, road side assistance and warranty. All of this is covered through a simple monthly payment just like your mobile phone bill. It means you literally just have to worry about keeping fuel in the car and everything else is done for you. To have a package that not only looks after the car in terms of servicing and any mechanical issues but one that also makes sure you have full roadside assistance is amazing. Then when you add in the fact that you never need to worry about your road tax or finding an insurance deal you have quite a package.

How Do I Sign Up?

If you are 18 or over, all you need to do to be part of the Just Add Fuel revolution is to buy a new Peugeot. There are no extra costs or hidden surprises, it just comes with the car and with possibly the strongest range of cars ever, buying a new Peugeot really shouldn’t be too much trouble, especially knowing you don’t have to think about anything but the fuel for 3 whole years.

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