PEUGEOT 208 5 doors

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PEUGEOT 208 5 doors
PEUGEOT 208 5 doors   2019 2022
2019 2022

The second-generation Peugeot 208 was unveiled at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, showing a radically different exterior and interior design compared to its slightly milder-looking predecessor.
Following a similar design language with the much larger 508, the new 208 aims to reinforce Peugeot’s newly found swag regarding design.

For the first time in the small segment at Peugeot, the car was launched with three different powertrain options - gasoline, diesel or all-electric with the e-208. Based on a brand new architecture called CMP (Common Modular Platform), the new model will share some of its parts with other small Peugeots, including crossovers. Thanks to the new platform, the car is approximately 30 kilograms lighter, has much better aerodynamics, and improved levels of NVH. The new 208 also premieres the latest generation Peugeot i-Cockpit system, which includes a 3D head-up display for the first time. All internal combustion engine are Euro6.d-compliant and are fitted with either a 6-speed manual transmission or one of two automatic gearboxes available, depending on engine (6-speed or 8-speed). On the gasoline side, the 1.2-liter three-cylinder PureTech engine is available with either 75, 100 or 130 horsepower. The diesel 1.5-liter four-cylinder BlueHDI deliver 100 horsepower while the e-208 is powered by an electric motor that outputs 136 bhp and 260 Nm of torque.

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PEUGEOT 208 5 doors
PEUGEOT 208 5 doors   2015 2019
2015 2019

Just three years after its launch, the Peugeot 208 was refreshed in 2015 featuring new engines and a new interior infotainment system.
On top of that, new LED taillights have been added. The urban hatchback has enough personality to not be mistaken with some other vehicle.

A new sharper bumper was installed, with a wider grille and a thicker chrome finisher fully integrated into the bumper. On higher trim levels, the stamped chrome finisher on the grille gives it a 3D effect. The headlights are two-tone, with black and chrome masks, and are standard from the second trim level.

Inside the refreshed 208 there is the Peugeot i-Cockpit, an innovative arrangement of the instruments and controls. A new, 7” touch screen is installed for the infotainment unit and it is standard from the second trim level. It can be connected via Bluetooth and USB, and it can be paired even better via Peugeot Connect Apps. It also has MirrorScreen for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Under the hood, Peugeot installed only Euro 6 engines. There is a wide choice of gasoline engines from 1.0-liter ones to 1.6-liters. The units with outputs under 110 hp are offered with a 5-speed manual transmission, while the 1.6-liter with 165 hp and 208 hp, respectively, are offered with a 6-speed manual. The 1.2-liter with 110 hp can be mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission. The diesel version is a 1.6-liter that comes with three power levels: 68 hp, 100 hp, and 120 hp, respectively.

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PEUGEOT 208 5 doors
PEUGEOT 208 5 doors   2012 2015
2012 2015

The Peugeot 208 was unveiled in 2012.
It replaced the older 207 and it came with an enhanced platform, better materials, and a bigger interior.

Peugeot had a relatively long history of building cars for the supermini segment. The biggest revolution in their family was the 1983 Peugeot 205. Following their naming tradition, it was followed by the 206 and the 207. If the 207 was considered more of an evolution over the 206, the 207 was a bigger step ahead. It was a car that was connected to the Internet.

The supermini car was designed with a more aggressive style. Everything on the front side was proportionally big. The grille included in the bumper, the headlights and the side air-intakes from the lower side of the apron almost covered all the front fascia. The grille above the bumper was minimal. The raked A-pillars looked almost like they were connected to the front wheel arches. A short greenhouse and a roof-spoiler completed the image. In the rear, the taillights featured an irregular design.

Inside, the car featured an unusual design with the instrument cluster floating on top of the dashboard and the 7” infotainment display installed above the center console. The French designers didn’t go for a regular, simple look. They aimed high for a much younger generation.

Under the hood, the little Peugeot 208 was equipped with a choice of 8 engines: 3 diesel and 5 gasoline. Depending on the version, the 5- or 6-speed manual was fitted as standard. A robotized 5- or 6-speed gearbox was on the options list.

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