Peugeot 3008 pricing announced

Article by Christian A., on August 26, 2010

Pricing for Peugeot's new 3008 crossover will start at £15,995 when it goes on sale in November. The 3008 combines SUV, MPV and family hatchback qualities in one car and will be available in three trim levels: Active, Sport and Exclusive.

Standard kit on Active models includes 17-inch steel wheels with Michelin energy saver tires, electric windows, air conditioning, ESP and a leather steering wheel.

Extra features on Sport models include body-colored bumpers, 17-inch alloy wheels and cruise control.

Exclusive models get a panoramic glass roof, chrome bumpers, and automatic headlights and wipers as standard. Six powertrains are offered across the range, including two petrol and three diesel engines.

The 1.6 VTi 120 will be mated to a five-speed manual, while the 1.6 THP 150, HDi 110 FAP and HDi 150 FAP all get a six-speed manual gearbox.

The HDi 163 FAP gets the six-speed auto 'box, while the HDi 110 FAP EGC is mated to Peugeot's electronically controlled 'box, which allows the driver to manually change gear without using the clutch. The 3008 with the lowest CO2 emissions is the HDi 110 FAP EGC, which emits 130g/km while returning 57.7mpg.

There were plenty of options for customers when it came to the interior and exterior of their Peugeot 3008. They can take their pick from eight paint colors for the exterior, and two options for standard interior trims.

Space is abundant in the interiors of the Peugeot 3008. Comfort is always a companion to spaciousness, but Peugeot adds in safety to that mix.

Six airbags are standard features to the 3008 series, while the seat belts are equipped to minimize the force of impact to the driver’s body. The Euro NCAP recognized Peugeot’s efforts towards making the 3008 the safest vehicle of its class, giving it five stars.

Press Release

PEUGEOT REVEALS SPECIFICATION AND PRICING DETAILS OF THE NEW 3008

Peugeot has been a leading pioneer in many new motoring concepts, from the first four valve per cylinder twin cam engines of the 1900’s, to the first production car with independent front suspension (201); the first “folding roof cars” (401 Eclipse); electric sliding front doors on the Peugeot 1007 and now the new Peugeot 3008, another new concept ideal for today’s modern lifestyles.

The Peugeot 3008 is aimed directly at the heart of the medium car segment and is the perfect choice for customers who are looking for something different. Whether these customers currently drive a conventional saloon car, MPV, SUV or a hatchback, the 3008 provides a new alternative which spans all these different vehicle types. It has the flexibility and space of an MPV, the rugged looks of an SUV and the vehicle dynamics of a family hatchback.

It can be the conventional car for daily use, the family car for weekends and holidays and the adventurous vehicle for those with an active life style. Simply put, the car is greater than the sum of its individual strengths, offering many advantages over a conventional car.

Model Range
The range will consist of three trim levels, Active, Sport and Exclusive. Standard equipment will consist of:

Active
17” steel wheels with Michelin Energy Saver Tyres, cloth interior trim, leather steering wheel, RD4 Radio / single CD player, front fog-lights, electric front windows, air-conditioning, Multiflex interior (flat folding rear seats, adjustable three position load area floor and split tailgate), automatic electric parking brake with hill assist, electronic stability programme (ESP), height and reach adjustable steering wheel, remote central door locking with deadlocks, ABS, EBFD…

The other models in the range build on this standard specification as follows:

Sport
Added standard equipment – 17” Samara alloy wheels with Michelin Energy Saver Tyres, rear parking aid, cruise control with speed limiter, RD4 Radio / single CD player with MP3 playback, portable load area light and cargo net, height adjustable driver and passenger seats, rear heating and air-conditioning vents, Look Pack (exterior body colour coding), Dynamic roll control (THP 150, HDi 150 & HDi 163)….

Exclusive
Added standard specification – Cielo panoramic glass roof, Visibility Pack (automatic headlights and wipers), head up display, distance alert, rear side window sun blinds, tyre pressure sensors, alarm (Thatcham category 1 approved), Exterior Pack (chrome front & rear bumpers and side rubbing strips), Family Pack (additional storage in rear foot well lockers), dual zone digital air-conditioning with air quality sensor (AQS) climate control and air-conditioning….

Colours and Trims

The 3008 range will be available in a range of eight exterior body colours and two standard interior trims, Sibayak black cloth (Active) and Ombrage black cloth (Sport and Exclusive), with Claudia black leather or Claudia black integral leather available as an option.

Safety
The Peugeot 3008 is not only spacious, safe and practical, it also offers high levels of protection for all its occupants. All models benefit from six airbags as standard and the seat belts include force limiters to protect the user.

The in-built safety of the Peugeot 3008 has resulted in the vehicle being awarded five stars by Euro NCAP, under its new test procedures.

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