Peugeot 308 | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine

September 20th, 2012 | Category: Peugeot, SUV | 6056 Views

Peugeot 308 | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine. – The Peugeot 308 is a small family car (C-segment in Europe) produced by the French car manufacturer Peugeot. It was unveiled on June 5, 2007 and sales started from September 2007. Its development code was “Project T7”, and is the first car of the X08 generation of Peugeot models. The 308 features a range of petrol and diesel engine options. In March 2011, the 308 received a facelift and it premiered at the Geneva Motor Show. Peugeot’s replacement for the 308, believed to be called the 301, has been spotted during cold weather testing in Northern Europe. This 308 bodied prototype doesn’t give much away, but shows that despite a slight increase in track width, the 301’s dimensions will be much the same as its predecessor. Expected to launch sometime in 2013, the 301 range will likely kick off with a five door hatchback, followed by a three door, a stretched 301 Touring wagon and finally a 301 CC hardtop convertible.

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So we thought over the series of “8”, the Peugeot maintain advitam eternam. Indeed, the replacement for the current 308 is always appoint 308. One way to create a dynasty, as his rival tougher: Volkswagen Golf, whose name has existed since 1974! The new models adopt the same strategy to the image of 2008, a small urban 4×4 (4.20 m) attached to the family 208. The style of the future Peugeot 308 is strong but subtle, cut closer to the mechanics. If the 308 “II” takes up the themes aesthetic initiated by the 208, which called floating grille and sides with extreme precision, it provides details carefully staged. As the air inlets at the bottom shields and taillights contours expressing as much energy as robustness.

The general architecture remains windshield forward, but the proportions change with a reduction in door to fake and a wider track. The future 308 exudes dynamism and anticipates the arrival of his main rival, the fourth generation Renault Mégane, expected for 2015. Substitute 307, the new hatch average French mark out the Start Flex technology, which enables recognition and heating the fuel to the engine when more than 85% alcohol in the tank, ie, the system eliminates the need of a starting tanquinho cold.

Launched in Europe in late 2007, the 308 has a rather prominent front headlights and espichados, which gives an air of aggressiveness to the model. The hatch is sold in versions Activate, Allure and Feline, with a 1.6 engine and 2.0 liter dual fuel. The cheapest version comes standard with manual air conditioning, alloy wheels 16-inch, ABS brakes, dual airbags, steering electro-hydraulic and electric drive of the windows, mirrors and locks.

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Peugeot 308 Price :
Pricing for the new Peugeot 308 has been set at  R$ 50.200,00 – R$ 70.990,00  based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the Peugeot 308 we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.

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Peugeot 308 Interior :
Launched as the replacement for the Peugeot 307 in most international markets, the new vehicle was based upon the old 307’s chassis, but has new bodywork and is slightly longer and wider. Its coefficient of drag is 0.29, and it has a five star Euro NCAP rating. Following the 2011 facelift, the drag factor was reduced to 0.28. The 308 HDi holds the Guinness world record of the most fuel efficient mainstream car currently in production, having averaged 3.13 litres per 100 kilometres (90.2 mpg imp, 75.1 mpg US) over a distance of 14,580 km (9,060 mi), but Peugeot ran foul of British advertising rules by claiming 126 mpg imp (2.24 L/100 km; 105 mpg US) in an advert for the car.

The 308 is manufactured in France at the Mulhouse and Sochaux factories. It is also manufactured in Kaluga, Russia for the local market since 2010 and El Palomar, Argentina, for the South American market since 2012. The 307 remains in production for several countries, especially those that prefer saloon bodies such as Brazil and China. Our test car was fitted with the optional £1,300 sat nav which electrically pops up on top of the dash. The radio’s tiny, fiddly buttons are difficult to see, particularly at night. Similarly the steering wheel mounted controls for the audio system and cruise control are hidden behind the steering wheel spokes. Peugeot is spearheading the use of glass roofs, and our 308 SE model (along with the GT range topper) pack a full length one, with an electrically operated sliding cover. The SE and GT models also boast a clever and discreet air freshener.

Entry level Urban and S models are reasonably equipped, but the spec sheet only begins to look impressive on the Sport model. This adds cruise control, 17-inch alloys, rear electric windows, full body colour-coding, an MP3-ready CD player with black and white screen to the S’s climate control and front fog lamps. The SE model features air freshener, ambient lighting, panoramic glass roof, folding mirrors, fully adjustable front seats, automatic headlamps and wipers, dual-zone climate control and smaller 16-inch alloys. The GT features half leather seats, rear park sensors, xenon headlamps, Bluetooth handsfree kit, a colour screen and 18-inch alloys.

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Peugeot 308 Exterior :
The 308 has one of the boldest faces on the market today. It’s dominated by a huge grinning grille and a pair of headlights which sweep along the car’s flanks. There’s certainly no mistaking this is a Peugeot all its range are immediately identifiable with their feline looks. The rear has a Renault Megane esque curvy rump with a couple of quirky grilles each side of the numberplate on some models. Although a decent evolution of its 307 predecessor, it still requires a second or third glance to tell it apart.

Hybridization should also be in the program, but not with the Hybrid4 system with four wheels and an electric motor animating the rear axle that offer the 3008 and 508. The technical platform of the 308 “II”, which is an evolution of the 308 that currently has not been designed for this purpose. The hybrid solution will be selected reasonably to model two wheel drive, with an electric motor located between the engine and gearbox. The first 308 was unveiled at its launch in September 2007, a dashboard very inclined towards the windshield forward. Architecture supposed to amplify the feeling of space on board, especially as the current 308 provides, in addition, a panoramic glass roof.

French cars generally score well in the EuroNCAP crash test programme, and the 308 has followed suit. It scored a full five star rating for adult occupant protection, and an impressive four stars for child protection. All models get driver, passenger, front side and curtain airbags, ABS, electronic brakeforce distribution and emergency brake assist. Step up to the Sport model for a steering column airbag and electronic stability programme. The range topping GT model adds tyre pressure monitoring.

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Peugeot 308 Engine :
Six engines are offered in the Peugeot 308 : three diesels and three petrols. The petrol units have been co-developed by Peugeot and BMW, and are available as a 1.4 and two 1.6s, offering 95, 120 and 150bhp respectively. The diesels come in two 1.6 variants, producing 90 or 110bhp and the 136bhp 2 litre we tested. The engine’s headline performance figures are a 0-62mph time of 10.1 seconds and a top speed of 129mph. Hardly rocketship performance, but the 2 litre offers good mid range punch, making overtaking a simple affair. The Peugeot 308 is among the most practical cars in its class, with a bigger than average 430 litre boot (which rises to 508 with the rear seats folded), even though access is hampered by a high lip. The 308 has large door pockets, although there are fewer spaces for smaller items than we’d hoped for. There’s plenty of room for occupants front and back, and the glass roof (standard on SE and GT models) gives the illusion of even more space. The seats are very supportive and the steering wheel adjusts for reach and height, making a good driving position easy to find.

The future could call 308 entry level engine with three cylinder petrol: the block 1.2 VTi 82hp atmospheric, released by 208, to reduce CO2 emissions in the range 308 “II.” Above, will gasoline engines developed in partnership with BMW. It will block 1.6 turbo delivering 150 to 250hp. With, at the top of the range, a real GTi, which was not really the case with the 308 first name. On the diesel side, the supply will begin with a 1.6 HDi 92hp heal that its CO2 emissions, then expand with versions of 112, 150 and 163hp. Source:,

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