The new Peugeot 208 – a practical choice

The eagerly awaited Peugeot 208 is now available to purchase or lease and will have a new 1.0 litre 3-cylinder petrol engine that emits just 99g/km of carbon dioxide, with e-HDi diesel engines emitting just 87g/km.

Eight engines are available;  five petrol, including the new generation 3-cylinder engines and three diesels, with significant CO2, MPG and fiscal benefits across the range.

The Peugeot 208 combines an impressively ergonomic interior design with a lighter more compact frame and delivers a uniquely intuitive and pleasurable driving experience and for drivers over 21 years of age, Peugeot’s innovative ‘Just Add Fuel’ programme will be available.

Available in both 3 and 5 door body style variants, the Peugeot 208 is the embodiment of an exciting new design direction for Peugeot, taking many styling cues directly from the breath-taking SR1 Concept Car.

The UK range is offered in five trim levels; Access, Access+, Active, Allure and Feline, including an exciting ‘Ice Velvet’ Limited Edition.

Specification also plays a key role with the 208 story and key equipment has been integrated across the range to ensure class leading specification, including the new touch screen which will be standard on 80% of sales. Other features include 17” storm grey alloy wheels, black chrome grille, panoramic glass roof and a chrome tail pipe.

This little 208 is likely to be a very popular choice and a wise one too, when it comes to practical motoring.

Image of the New Peugeot 208

Now Available To Lease – The New Peugeot 208

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Andrew Kirkley
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  • 26th April 2012

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