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In 1810, Jean-Pierre’s two sons, Jean-Pierre II and Jean-Frédéric, founded Peugeot Frères. They transformed their father’s old grain mill into a steel foundry and turned their engineering skills to a wide range of steel products, making everything from coffee grinders and springs to saws, umbrella frames and bicycles.
The lion symbol first appeared in 1847 when the Peugeot family were producing steel products. The lion image was used to represent the strength and sharpness of the products – symbolised through the lion’s jagged and sharp teeth. In 1858, the logo was registered as the Peugeot trademark. From 1948 the iconic logo began appearing on the bonnet of Peugeot cars, the same year the 203 model was introduced to the public.
We’ve come a long way since 1810.
With some of the most stylish and capable cars on the planet, Peugeot represents true value for money.
Our car range continues to grow as we move forward, with the new stylish and capable 3008 and 5008 SUV’s, as well as keeping our sport heritage alive in the new 208 GTi and 308 GTi.
So, if you want to drive something just that little bit special, while at the same time capable and sporty, the Peugeot range will have something to fit both your lifestyle and budget.
Contact us today with your Peugeot requirements and we’ll have you behind the wheel for less than you ever though possible.