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2021 Peugeot 308
2021 Peugeot 308 1.5 is nearly identical to the output 1.6. There's an edition with 99 horsepower, which will be better compared to old 99 horsepower 1.6, as it is designed with a flexible six-speed transmission as usual. The main advantage is so it uses Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) to reduce harmful local waste. However, that is a bit more specific. The 128-horsepower version is slightly more powerful than probably the most powerful 1.6, however the performance difference isn't noticeable.
The 2.0-litre engine, was offered with 148bhp for some time, but now it just comes in 178bhp BlueHDi 180 guise. The 1.2-litre was once available in non-turbo 81bhp guise, but this was dropped in 2017. The 1.2-litre engine is virtually inaudible at idle and remains muted when extended, but there is a distant offbeat growl while the rev counter hits the red line. The petrol engine choices are Peugeot's 1.2 PureTech turbo three-cylinder and 1.6 PureTech four cylinder. The range now kicks off with a 108bhp turbo PureTech 110, which manages 0-62mph in 11.1 seconds, has a high speed of 117mph and offers 205Nm of torque delivered from just 1,500rpm.
The animation, including the Pininfarina-designed 305, the stylish 306 and spacious 307, shows how the design of PEUGEOT's family model has evolved through the years. The 308 features a variety of petrol and diesel engine options. At Peugeot, sharp design is within our DNA. Peugeot 308 was made to strip the VW Golf of its best-in-class crown and it gets achingly near to doing that, only poor people rear legroom and unintuitive infotainment system let the side down To celebrate the launch of the Peugeot 308, Peugeot has generated a unique animation showing the evolution of its family car during the last five decades, beginning with the PEUGEOT 304, which launched in 1969. The Peugeot 308 is a functional family car that sports a futuristic interior and comes with a choice of frugal engines. Enhanced by the latest Vertigo Blue colour, new Peugeot 308 shows off its boldness and its fluid, racy style. Its expressive front end puts the Lion center-stage and unveils all its power with a bonnet capping a straight chequered grille and a dynamic bumper. The model was updated with stylish new bumpers, a variety of upgraded infotainment features and new safety tech. The 2021 Peugeot 308 is a small family car created by the French car manufacturer Peugeot.
It's a handsome car, for a start. Fortunately, in lots of ways it is, and the Peugeot 308 is certainly worthwhile considering for the next hatchback. To accomplish well from this crowd, the 308 must be special. The trunk advantages of Peugeot's new claw-style tail-lights, which are usually illuminated and look really eye-catching. Carrying out a facelift, the Peugeot 308 now features a stronger-looking nose and tasteful details throughout, including stylish alloy wheels, chrome body touches and smart LED lights. Additionally there's the striking Mazda3, the Skoda Octavia using its immensely practical boot, the Hyundai i30 having its long five-year warranty and the Kia Ceed, with a much more generous seven-year warranty compared to i30.
Peugeot chose to create the car's key numbers on the surface of the controls – as it does on the smaller Peugeot 208 – but this setting may show that for some drivers it's hidden by the steering wheel. In the face-lifting model, it gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, 2021 Peugeot in addition to updates for Tom-Tom Live-sat. The quality of the plastic is superior to the Peugeots'predecessor and the 308 is quite suitable for the Volkswagen Golf in this regard. It didn't hold the equipment for the Peugeot 308. The Peugeot 308 control panel is stylish. It features active 16-inch alloy wheels and two-zone climate control, in addition to rear stop sensors, automatic headlights and shut-off devices, lumbar support for driver's seats, and a 9.7-inch touch screen.
This enables Peugeot to reduce conventional dashboard buttons, but the device is a bit clunky to make use of and tricky to navigate, even with the brand new graphics for the facelifted 308. The Peugeot 308 has a smart interior that's dominated by a large central touchscreen in every models, including the entry-level Access trim. Additionally you will find some cheap-feeling plastics that you wouldn't be in a Volkswagen Golf. The GT helps to ease several of those cheap feeling plastics somewhat with leather and aluminium pedals.
Peugeot has chosen to mount the car's main dials above the steering wheel – since it does in small Peugeot 208 – but this setup could mean the dials are obscured by the tyre for some drivers. Active gets 16-inch alloy wheels and dual-zone climate control, plus rear parking sensors, automatic headlights and wipers, driver's seat lumbar support and the 9.7-inch touchscreen. In the facelifted model, this also gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, alongside TomTom Live updates for the sat-nav. The Peugeot 308's dashboard is stylish. Plastic quality is a lot better than in Peugeots of old and the 308 gets far closer to matching the wonderful Volkswagen Golf in this respect. Peugeot hasn't held back with equipment for the 308.
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