The PEUGEOT 108 is the very model of stylish elegance. It pulls in envious glances wherever it goes, thanks to a sophisticated urban design replete with dynamic lines and meticulous details. With a bountiful choice of colours and models to choose from in the PEUGEOT 108 range – the hardest part will be deciding which one to go for!
And the PEUGEOT 108 TOP! comes with a retractable electric fabric roof with a wind deflector to limit air movement and noise, meaning you can enjoy that outdoor experience all year round.
The Peugeot 108 condenses fashion and elegance in a compact city car. Be seduced by its silhouette with striking black, chrome headlights and LED Daytime running lights, while 14" or 15" steel or alloy wheels take you to your destination in style.
The interior of the 108 is made for personalisation featuring seven interior personalisation themes for you to choose from to customise the carpet mats and door sills together with a leather steering wheel and gear knob. The boot space in the 108 is particularly generous with a 243 litre capacity and once the rear seats are folded, offers an impression 868 litres worth of room.
The Peugeot 108 is equipped with innovative, connected technology that makes driving easier, including an easy-to-use 7” capacitive colour touchscreen that puts the audio system; trip computer; vehicle settings and the colour reversing camera at your fingertips.
The 108 is also available with Peugeot Open & Go (keyless entry and push button start), DAB digital radio , Bluetooth® connectivity and climate control.
Packed with safety features to make your time on the road easier, the 108 features tyre pressure sensors to keep you one-step ahead, as well as six airbags as standard.
Hill start assist will keep you in control whilst the ESP (Electronic Stability Programme) consolidates the functions of the Anti-lock Brand System, Electronic Brake Force Distribution, Emergency Brake Assist , Traction Control and Dynamic Stability Control.
The 108 features black and chrome headlights with LED daytime running lights. The rear light cluster features PEUGEOT’s striking three claw design giving the car an unmistakably feline appearance.Text here ...
In order to provide its customers with better information, the PSA Group has made independent, certified calculations of real-world fuel consumption available. It has partnered with the NGO Transport & Environment (1) and France Nature Environnement (2). Together, they have defined a protocol for measuring real-world fuel consumption, which has been approved by the certification company Bureau Veritas (3). This protocol predicts the real-world fuel consumption of vehicles travelling along a 57.3 mile route combining urban, rural and motorway driving. The vehicles tested travel on open routes in normal traffic conditions, with passengers and luggage. The use of air conditioning or heating is also mandatory. The routes selected have gradients representative of real-world usage (4). This allows Peugeot, a PSA Group brand, to be more transparent with its customers.
(1) Transport & Environment: European environmental association specialised in establishing a sustainable transport policy. (2) France Nature Environnement: French federation of nature and environmental protection associations. (3) Bureau Veritas: Global inspection, certification and laboratory testing company. (4) The figures provided are only a general guide. We make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability of the estimate, for any purpose. The test protocol is available on the PSA Group’s website: www.groupe-psa.com.