Peugeot 308 range updated
Two new models added to Peugeot 308 range offer buyers more choice
Peugeot has announced the introduction of two new models to the Peugeot 308 line-up.
The Peugeot 308 GT Line will replace the high-spec Feline model, which sits underneath the range-topping 308 GT (shown above). Available as a hatchback or an estate, the 308 GT Line comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, twin exhausts, a black rear diffuser and tinted rear windows to give the car a more aggressive, sporty appearance.
Inside, GT Line cars feature half-Alcantara sports seats with red stitching, a leather steering wheel, and aluminium style pedals and door sill protectors.
The GT Line essentially offers customers the style of the 308 GT without the added running costs of the powerful engines in the top-spec car. GT Line cars are available with three different engines with power outputs between 115bhp and 150bhp. In contrast, the range-topping GT model is the only 308 in the entire range offered with either a 180bhp 2.0-litre diesel or a 205bhp 2.0-litre petrol engine.
The second new model launched, the Sportium, is positioned towards the other end of the 308 range . It’s only available with the 110bhp or 130bhp versions of Peugeot’s 1.2-litre PureTech petrol engine and adds to the entry-level Access specification with 16-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, driver’s lumbar support, rear parking sensors, a leather steering wheel, and automatic headlights and wipers.
The 308 Sportium is only available as a hatchback and starts at £17,345, while prices for the 308 GT Line start at £21,345.
The changes made to the 308 range are reflected in our table below to give you an up-to-date overview of current trim levels and prices.
To read a review of the 308, as well as other cars in the current Peugeot range, visit our dedicated Peugeot page.
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