Peugeot says the new visual language “reflects its bold electrification strategy and its desire to enhance the ownership experience through pioneering new technologies”. The new Peugeot logo features a new take on the Peugeot lion, with a roaring lion’s head inside a new Peugeot coat of arms.
The Peugeot 308 is being updated for 2020. A new “Vertigo Blue” colour and two new alloy wheels will be available, whilst inside, the dashboard is equipped with a 100 per cent digital PEUGEOT i-Cockpit as well as a capacitive central screen with a “gloss” finish. In addition, the PEUGEOT 308 offers the latest-generation internal combustion engines and a range of driving aids. Three main trim levels are available, with an additional set of equipment on offer via the ‘Premium’ derivatives.
After the somewhat frumpy previous-generation 308, the latest car is a breath of fresh air and more than capable of holding its own alongside the VW Golf. It was also one of the first Peugeots to adopt the controversial i-Cockpit dashboard, with a tiny steering wheel and high-set instruments, and it works better here than in the smaller 208.
The Peugeot 308 has been upgraded with a new Tech Edition trim level, making use of a wide range of technology and advanced driver assistance systems. The specification, which carries a £1,450 price premium over existing Allure trim, includes a Drive Assist Pack, Safety Pack and Peugeot Connect SOS and Assistance.
Peugeot says its updated 308, due to hit UK roads in September, is the most connected and safest yet with a range of technology and styling enhancements for the 2018 model year
Peugeot has revealed the latest version of the 308. The updates include tweaked styling, improved powertrains and touchscreen connectivity
Peugeot says a new version of its 208 diesel pumps out just 79g/km of CO2 – the best emissions performance of any non-hybrid on the UK market – thanks to selective catalytic reduction (SCR)
As January prepares to enter the final furlong we pick out the top stories making the headlines for the week of 19th-23rd January 2015. It’s Diesel Car’s weekend round up.
PEUGEOT has once again revealed its impressive environmental credentials, with the 308 scooping two ‘green’ awards from different organisations.
The Peugeot 308 is one of the most successful cars of 2014 and is currently available with huge discounts. Having recently been crowned Car of the Year 2014, the 308 is considered to be one of the best driving experiences available and won’t break the bank. UK Car Discount have discounts available across the range, for example a Peugeot 308 2.0 BlueHDi Allure will cost you just £17,445.06 including metallic paint, a saving of £4,925 off the normal list price.