Trendy trim for

Peugeot 108

Peugeot 108 in Green Fiz paintwork

PEUGEOT's little 108 is going even more trendy with a range of new features including two new, attention grabbing colours and a fresh range of eye-catching interior trims.

There's also a new one litre engine which complies with the latest emission regulations, in a range which comes with five trim levels at prices from £9,225.

Allure and Collection variants will be available in the bright, new Green Fizz and Calvi Blue paintwork while the Allure now comes with a black roof and gloss black door mirrors, appealing, says Peugeot, to customers looking for a compact car with a sporty personality.

Technology enhancements include a new and improved capacitive colour touchscreen with Mirror Screen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, putting functionality at the driver's fingertips. Mirror Screen allows the driver to display compatible apps on the seven inch touchscreen and manage them using the vehicle controls.

The touchscreen is available as standard on Active trim level and above and comes with DAB digital radio, USB / 3.5 mm jack for external audio devices and gloss black surround.

Further improvements to the 108's safety technology come in the form of active city brake and lane departure warning system, which now feature a traffic sign recognition system. The technology is available on the Allure and Collection trim level as a £480 option.


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