Who Owns Peugeot?
The Peugeot brand is part of Groupe PSA, which also includes Citroën, DS, Opel and Vauhxall. PSA first formed in 1975 when Peugeot took control of Citroën, with the other car brands joining later.
Who Makes Peugeot?
The Peugeot company produces cars in its native France, but there are also production sites located globally in Brazil, China, Tehran, Iran and Malaysia.
What Does Peugeot Mean?
Peugeot is a French name, and the surname of the company’s founders, who were from Franche-Comté, France.
When was Peugeot Founded?
The Peugeot company was founded in 1810, and originally manufactured coffee mills and bicycles. The first Peugeot automobile was produced in 1889 by Armand Peugeot.
How Much is a Peugeot?
The Peugeot 108 starts at £12,785 new, and the recently released 208 costs £17,155 upwards. The larger 308 SV comes in at just over £23,500.