/Peugeot 108 UK Pricing Announced

Peugeot 108 UK Pricing Announced

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Peugeot today revealed the official pricing of the new 108 supermini for three and five-door Hatch and TOP! Cabrio body styles. As with all other superminis these days, Peugeot 108 offers endless personalization options and the price you pay depends on the number of options you choose. But a basic stock 108 starts from £8,245.

Peugeot 108 comes in four trim levels of Access (£8,245), Active (£9,495), Allure (£10,995) and Feline (£11,845), with the Access only available on three-door models. Standard features on all versions include LED daytime running lights, remote central locking, USB/aux connection for external audio players with steering wheel-mounted controls, six airbags, ESP stability control and two rear ISOFIX mountings.

If you spec the car up rightly, you can also end up with advanced features such as a 7-inch touch-screen infotainment system with DAB digital radio, Mirror Screen with MirrorLink technology and Bluetooth connectivity for smartphones.

The open-top Peugeot 108 TOP! comes only in two Active (£10,345) and Allure (£12,245) trims. Active cars have colour-coded door handles and mirrors, manual air conditioning, electric front windows, height adjustable driver’s seat, 7-inch touch-screen infotainment system with Mirror Screen, DAB digital radio, Bluetooth and steering wheel-mounted controls.Allure adds 15-inch ‘Thorren’ alloy wheels, front fog lamps, auto headlights, tinted rear windows, reversing camera, electric heated door mirrors and PEUGEOT Open & Go.

Peugeot 108 is available with a choice of two petrol engines, including a 1.0-litre 68bhp with 95g/km of CO2 (88g/km with Stop and Start), or a 1.2-litre PureTech VTi 82bhp with 99g/km of CO2. Standard transmission is a five-speed manual, but a 2-Tronic semi-automatic is also available for the 1.0 liter engine.


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