Peugeot and Citroen Australia prices rise to $4800

French brands Peugeot and Citroën have increased prices by six percent for July, the second price increase since early 2022.

Peugeot and Citroen have increased prices in Australia for the second time in six months, with some models nearly $6800 more expensive than late last year.

As of July 1, prices have increased by 2.6 percent for the Citroen C45.6 percent for Premium variants of the Peugeot partner and Expertand 6.0 percent for all others Peugeot and Lemon models due to rising production costs.

The raises are only $1827 for the Citroen C3 city ​​car, or as much as $4800 for the Peugeot 3008 GT Sport Plug-in Hybrid – the latter got a price increase just four months after it (and the 508 PHEV, below) launched.

The latest price increases compounded for most Peugeot and Citroen models were applied earlier this year, meaning some vehicles are up as much as $6780 (5008 GT diesel) in a matter of months.

In a statement, Peugeot Australia said: “Due to the challenges currently facing the global auto industry, various manufacturing and logistics costs have increased, leading to an inevitable increase in the Manufacturer List Price (MLP) for selected models in the Peugeot Australia range.”

The same reasoning applies to Citroën’s price increases, according to a statement from the company’s local importer Inchcape.

“Peugeot Australia is committed to supporting customers as we navigate the current environment, carefully considering any price adjustments in the local market and exploring alternative options in detail,” added Peugeot.

It is unclear whether customers who placed an order before July 1 will be protected from the price hikes, a Peugeot Citroen Australia spokesperson said. Motive: “Customers are encouraged to talk to their Peugeot or Citroën dealer about the details of their order.”

Coinciding with the latest price list, the Expert Sport special edition is no longer available – while the entry-level Partner City van allotment has sold out for model year 2022, leaving only Pro and Premium variants for the rest of the year.

“As of June production, the allocation of the MY22 Peugeot Partner has been exhausted in the City specification. This applies to all Partner City variants … Subsequently, Peugeot Australia will no longer accept new MY22 Partner City orders from 6 June 2022 ,” a company spokesperson told Motive

Below is a full price list for the Peugeot and Citroën model ranges in Australia, effective July 1, 2022.

2022 Peugeot 2008 Australian prices

  • 2008 Allure – $38,945 (to $2205)
  • 2008 GT – $43,397 (to $2457)
  • 2008 GT Sport – $51,188 (to $2898)

2022 Peugeot 3008 Australian prices

  • 3008 Allure Gasoline – $50,075 (to $2835)
  • 3008 GT Gasoline – $53,414 (up to $3024)
  • 3008 GT diesel – $56,753 (up to $3213)
  • 3008 GT Sport Gasoline – $63,431 (to $3591)
  • 3008 GT Sport plug-in hybrid AWD – $84,790 (up to $4800)

2022 Peugeot 5008 Australian prices

  • 5008 GT Sport Gasoline – $65,657 (up to $3717)
  • 5008 GT diesel – $66,770 (up to $3,780)

2022 Peugeot 508 Australian prices

  • 508 GT Fastback – $63,431 (to $3591)
  • 508 GT Sportswagon – $65,657 (to $3717)
  • 508 GT Fastback Plug-in Hybrid – $81,610 (up to $4620)

Australian prices for Peugeot Partner 2022

  • Partner Pro Short Automatic – $35,606 (up to $2016)
  • Partner Pro Long car – $38,388 (up to $2173)
  • Partner Premium Short car – $38,096 (up to $2016)
  • Partner Premium Long car – $40,878 (up to $2173)

Peugeot Expert Australian prices for 2022

  • Expert City Quick Guide – $43,397 (to $2457)
  • Expert Pro Short car – $47,849 (up to $2709)
  • Expert Pro Long manual – $46,736 (up to $2646)
  • Expert Pro Long car – $50,075 (up to $2835)
  • Expert Premium Short car – $51,039 (up to $2709)
  • Expert Premium Long Car – $53,265 (up to $2835)

Price Peugeot Boxer Australian 2022

  • Boxer Pro Long manual – $54,527 (up to $3087)

2022 Citroen Australia prices

  • Citroen C3 Shine – $32,267 (up to $1827)
  • Citroen C4 Shine – $39,990 (up to $2000)
  • Citroen C5 Aircross Shine – $52,300 (up to $2960)

Note: All prices quoted are exclusive of on-road costs.

Alex Misoyannis has been writing about cars since 2017, when he started his own website Redline. He contributed to Drive in 2018, before joining CarAdvice in 2019 and becoming a regular journalist on the news team in 2020. Cars have played a central role throughout Alex’s life, from browsing car magazines as a young age to growing up around performance vehicles in a car-loving family.

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