How much does a new Peugeot 308 cost?

How much does a new Peugeot 308 cost?

2021 Peugeot 308 prices and release date Pricing has now been confirmed for the Peugeot 308, with its £24,000 entry price getting you an Active Premium car equipped with a 130hp 1.2-litre petrol engine. Standard exterior equipment here includes 16-inch alloy wheels, LED automatic headlights and automatic wipers.

Is Peugeot 308 good?

This latest 308 is too new to have featured in the 2021 What Car? Reliability Survey, but Peugeot as a brand came joint 22nd out of 30 manufacturers (alongside Mercedes and Vauxhall), with a score of 89.6%.

Is Peugeot 308 discontinued?

The Peugeot 308 is skipping a model year, with a scheduled update axed due to a semiconductor shortage. Its replacement is still scheduled for a 2022 launch.

What’s the TYRE pressure for a Peugeot 308?

This tyre placard recommends a minimum tyre pressure of 35psi for the 2018 Peugeot 308 Touring wagon. This is equal to 240kPa and 2.4 bar.

Which is better Peugeot 308 or Ford Focus?

Overall, the Ford Focus is the better car to drive than the 308, then, but it’s beaten in terms of straight line pace and also in-car tech. It also hands down has the higher quality interior, and it also looks much nicer than Focus.

When should a timing belt be replaced on a Peugeot 308?

An experienced mechanic would recommend five to six years, 60,000-70,000 miles, at most.

Does a Peugeot 308 have a turbo?

The petrol engine choices are Peugeot’s 1.2 PureTech turbo three-cylinder and 1.6 PureTech four cylinder. The range now kicks off with a 108bhp turbo PureTech 110, which manages 0-62mph in 11.1 seconds, has a top speed of 117mph and offers 205Nm of torque delivered from just 1,500rpm.

What’s the price of a new Peugeot 308?

Pricing for the new Peugeot 308 has been revealed, with the hatchback available for £24,000. Read on for more details. A new version of the Peugeot 308 has been revealed.

What kind of engine does a Peugeot 308 have?

Historically, diesel engines have been quite popular in the 308, and despite favour swinging towards petrol, Peugeot isn’t ready to ditch the black stuff entirely. To reflect this, a cleaner 1.5-litre diesel engine arrived in 2017, and it has now completely replaced the older 1.6 BlueHDi in the range.

Is the new Peugeot 308 a Ferrari car?

You might have even noticed the new Peugeot badge, which makes its debut on the new 308. There’s nothing too outlandish down the side of the car, except perhaps for the slapping of another new Peugeot badge Ferrari-style on the front arches.