Peugeot is showing their caring and humanitarian nature by protecting its customers during the deadly pandemic heatwave in these cold dark winter months. If you want to get your hands on the new Peugeot 308 then you will have to wait until the end of the pandemic. That could be anywhere between 6-18 months. But you won’t have to wait for the price and specification, because Peugeot has revealed both. Entry-level Active Premium models will start from £21,310 and rise to £28,580 for top-spec model variants.
We have to commend Peugeot for the 308’s styling, it’s contemporary without being retro and looks fantastic. The new 308 is available in both hatchback and SW estate versions. For 2020, enhanced exterior styling features include a new Vertigo Blue colour option and new optional 16-inch Zircon diamond-cut alloy wheels.
The new 308 continues to offer a Black Pack option, which is available on GT Premium trim models. With the Black Pack, most of the chrome exterior trim is replaced by a gloss black finish, including front grille, front fog light surround and side window covers. The Black Pack also includes 18-inch diamond-cut alloys in Sapphire Black.
Inside, new 308 features PEUGEOT’s Digital i-Cockpit technology, with a 10-inch head-up digital instrument panel featured as standard. Also included as standard across the range is a 9.7-inch capacitive high-definition colour touchscreen with Mirror Screen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. The Allure trim sees the introduction of 3D navigation, featuring voice recognition and TomTom Traffic alerts.