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Peugeot 308 Hatchback
GT Line cars get LED headlights and give a flavour of the design of the 308 GTI, without the bigger running costs or energetic performance. The 308 GT trim, above GT Line, is available with powerful petrol and diesel engines and brings changes to the suspension setup and styling, as the 308 GTI sits at the the top of range as a rival to the Volkswagen Golf GTI, Renault Megane RS and Hyundai i30N. We've reviewed the GTI separately.
" (video: //www.youtube.com/embed/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FmMQRLwH84)The GT helps to ease some of these cheap feeling plastics somewhat with leather and aluminium pedals. This allows Peugeot to lessen conventional dashboard buttons, but the machine is a bit clunky to utilize and tricky to navigate, despite having the new graphics for the facelifted 308. The Peugeot 308 features a smart interior that's dominated by way of a large central touchscreen in all models, including the entry-level Access trim. You'll also find some cheap-feeling plastics that you wouldn't be in a Volkswagen Golf.
The 308 also has a rate limiter and a seatbelt reminder buzzer that covers both leading and rear seats. The safety features such as six airbags and seatbelt pre-tensioners mean the Peugeot should endure well in the event of an accident, and the car was awarded the entire five stars when it was crash-tested by Euro NCAP. Buyer also choose lane-keeping assistance and Peugeot 308 2021 traffic-sign recognition for the very first time, as part of an optional safety pack. The 308 is fairly reliable, according to Driver Power, whilst the safety score can also be impressive. Safety technology has been given a further boost in the facelifted model, with the AEB system now functional at speeds around 87mph, as the adaptive cruise control now works in slow-moving traffic.
There are few market sectors as competitive as the household hatchback class, which will be where you will discover the facelifted Peugeot 308. Its many rivals are the top-selling Ford Focus, the classy Mk8 Volkswagen Golf, the stylish Renault Megane, the radical-looking Honda Civic and the well-balanced Vauxhall Astra. The Peugeot 308 Hatchback is a nice-looking option to rivals that's comfortable, spacious and reliable.
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. Fortunately, in lots of ways it's, and the Peugeot 308 is obviously worth considering for your next hatchback. A corner advantages of Peugeot 308 2021's new claw-style tail-lights, which are usually illuminated and look really eye-catching. To accomplish well against this crowd, the 308 has to be special. Furthermore there's the striking Mazda3, the Skoda Octavia with its immensely practical boot, the Hyundai i30 with its long five-year warranty and the Kia Ceed, with an even more generous seven-year warranty compared to the i30. It is a handsome car, for a start.
The Peugeot 308 was designed to deprive the VW Golf of the best crown in its category, and it absolutely was short-lived, only the indegent rear footrest and vague entertainment system lowered the medial side Peugeot 308, to celebrate the launch of the Peugeot Launched in 1969, the PEUGEOT 304 has created a unique animation that reflects the evolution of the household car over the past five decades. The 2021 Peugeot 308 is a household car manufactured by French carmaker Peugeot. 2021 Peugeot 308 has a range of petrol and diesel engines.
The Allure trim is more luxurious and gets handy upgrades like front fog lights and front and rear parking sensors; in addition, it forms the building blocks for the Tech Edition, which adds every driver-assistance gadget Peugeot could possibly offer, including active cruise control, autonomous emergency braking and auto-dipping headlights. There are trim levels for many comers, too, beginning with Active, which gets air-conditioning, Bluetooth, DAB radio, 16-inch alloy wheels and a 9.7-inch touchscreen.
A 1.5-litre BlueHDi 130 diesel, that may return an impressive 62.7mpg on the brand new WLTP cycle and emits 92-100g/km of CO2, has replaced the old 1.6-litre BlueHDi. There are some great petrol engines, too, like the 1.2-litre PureTech 130, which can return 51.9mpg and emits 100-108g/km because of its turbocharged, three-cylinder design and small size. Even yet in the typical range, you're not short of preference of petrol or diesel engines.
The key advantage is so it uses Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) to reduce harmful local emissions. The 1.5 feels largely just like the outgoing 1.6. The 128bhp version is slightly more powerful than most potent outgoing 1.6, even though performance difference is unlikely to be noticeable. It's slightly more refined, though. There's a 99bhp version, which will be better compared to old 99bhp 1.6 only for the actual fact it comes with a more flexible six-speed gearbox as standard.
Peugeot chose to create the car's key numbers on the surface of the steering wheel – because it does on small Peugeot 208 – but this setting may mean that for many drivers it's hidden by the steering wheel. The 2021 Peugeot 308 control panel is stylish. It features active 16-inch alloy wheels and two-zone climate control, along with rear stop sensors, automatic headlights and shut-off devices, lumbar support for driver's seats, and a 9.7-inch touch screen. In the face-lifting model, it gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as updates for Tom-Tom Live-sat. It didn't hold the gear for the Peugeot 308. The grade of the plastic is a lot better than the Peugeots'predecessor and the 308 is extremely suitable for the Volkswagen Golf in this regard.
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