With the arrival of the all-new Peugeot 108 in Dealerships from July 1, the brand begins a fresh chapter in its small car design story.
With assertive new exterior styling, a chic ‘about town’ character and the choice of a TOP! Cabrio model with an electric fabric roof for the first time, the Peugeot 108 is a city car of distinction. Add in a contemporary and connectivity-oriented interior – plus a huge range of personalisation options inside and out – and the 108 simply oozes appeal.
The 108’s ‘nose’ is dominated by its reinterpretation of the ‘floating grille’ as seen on recent new models such as the Peugeot 208, 2008 and 308. All of the car’s extra length is at the front, improving its impact-protection credentials.
Available in three and five-door body styles, the 108’s cabin space is almost identical to the outgoing model. Where it is larger is in the boot, with a huge improvement in usable space. Cargo-carrying capacity has increased from 139 litres on the 107 to 196 litres in the 108.
Depending on trim level and personalisation options, the 108 features a vibrant mix of a black upper dash, contrasting with gloss black, white, aikinite (bronze) and body colour elements.