In mid-May, Peugeot has officially unveiled the new 308 hatchback the second generation, the world premiere of which took place in September at the motor show in Frankfurt, 2013. European sales of new items will start immediately after the show, but prices have not yet obvleny. New Peugeot 308 2016 model year, is built on a modular platform EMP2, which lay in the basis of previously submitted Citroen C4 Picasso II. Compared with its predecessor, the model of the second generation turned slightly shorter and lower, but due to the new platform was able to reduce weight by 140 kg and the amount of luggage up to 470 liters (40 liters).
Configuration and price of the Peugeot 308 (2016).
|1.6 VTi Access MT||$20,200||1.6 petrol (115 hp)||Manual (5)||front|
|1.6 VTi Active MT||$21,600||1.6 petrol (115 hp)||Manual (5)||front|
|1.6 THP Allure AT||$26,000||1.6 petrol (150 hp)||Automatic (6)||front|
|1.6 THP GT Line AT||$27,900||1.6 petrol (150 hp)||Automatic (6)||front|
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Overall length of the new Peugeot 308 is 4 250 mm, height – 1 460. Externally, the car began to look respectable – in the design of the exterior lighting fixtures used in the style of the 208 and 2008 crossover models, the sidewalls become more relief and ventilator with a front side glass is now migrated to the back. Shop the Peugeot 308 hatchback II also recalls “two hundred and eight” high-dash over the steering wheel and a large 9.7-inch color display infotainment system on the center console, which operates the majority of the car’s functions, reducing the number of buttons on the front panel to a minimum. As for powertrains, they remained the same, but have become a little greener. In Europe, for Peugeot 308 2016 offers a wide range of petrol and diesel power units, the details of which will be announced later. In top trim the new Peugeot 308 2 generation relies entirely LED head optics. According to the company, this option appears on the C class cars for the first time. Today, the price of the new Peugeot 308 2016 starts from $20,200 for a base five-door engine with 1.6 liters 115 hp and 5-speed manual. For a car with a more powerful 150-horsepower engine dealers ask from $26,000. In the summer of 2015, dealers began taking orders for modification of the 308 GT Line (from $27,900) aerodynamics kits, 17-inch wheels and sports accessories in the cabin.