The Peugeot 208 is in the small class of car, one of the most hard-fought classes in the UK. Skoda Fabia, the impressive Ford Fiesta and the elegant Volkswagen Polo.
The three doors of the car range has been simplified it just has two models, the entry level but well equipped Black Edition and the hot, the range of GTi topping models. The five-door version retains the same trim line, with the Active, Allure and GT Line models. A special edition of “Allure premium” auto slots in the active too.The range is quite well specified, with 15-inch alloy wheels, LED driving lights and a color-coded exterior mirrors, and cruise control, windows electric and mirrors, remote lock and a stereo Bluetooth / DAB inside. You also get air conditioning and a leather steering wheel, but the models are only available as five door models. Allure get 16-inch alloys, help cornering fog lights, tinted windows, automatic wipers and lights as well as parking sensors, while the GT The line pushes the boat out with 17-inch alloys, plus some very sporty body pads and interior styling elements. There is also an automatic two zone climate control system.
The Black Edition is a special edition of the three-door models and now serves the three entry-level 208 doors. It injects a bit of style into the more basic end of the 16-inch gloss black alloy wheelset. other shiny black style elements, while a seven-inch touch screen infotainment setup with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is in the booth. Cruise control is also launched.
As well as the all-electric version, the engine range will bring new generations of PSA BlueHDi PureTech diesel and gasoline engines. The oils should be a three-cylinder Turbos, with power ranging from around 70 hp up to 150 hp for the 1.2-liter version. There will also be a new 1.6 THP petrol in the 208 GTi, offering around 220 hp.
French sources suggest that the new 2018 Peugeot 208 could make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show in the spring of 2018.