Satellite navigation now becomes standard equipment on all but the entry level Access models at no extra cost on all hatchback, SW estate and CC coupé-cabriolet derivatives. LED daytime running lights, front fog lights, Bluetooth mobile phone connectivity and a USB socket are now fitted to Access versions, with dual-zone climate control, rear parking sensors, power folding door mirrors and satellite navigation now standard on mid-range Active models. The flagship Allure trim gains front parking sensors.
At the same time, the more powerful 113bhp versions of the 1.6-litre HDi and e-HDi engines are now fitted, replacing the 110bhp editions. Again, this is added to the 308 at no extra cost compared to the outgoing model.
The revised line-up is available to order from 1st March 2013, with prices starting at £17,045 for the 308 Access 1.6 HDi and rising to £27,345 for the 308 CC Roland Garros 2.0 HDi.