Five doors only for

latest Peugeot 108

Peugeot 108, 2021, front

THREE-door versions of the Peugeot 108 are being discontinued with a new-look line up that features only five-door models.

The new range is priced from £13,320 and comes in three trim grades, Active, Allure and Collection.

New paint finishes are being introduced and top specification Collection models come with body-coloured handles replacing the previous chrome design.

In addition, Collection variants feature 15-inch alloy wheels with orange centre wheel caps.

The interior of Collection models now features new Orange Maya Line Jusa trims with Yellow Sun stitching.

An additional change to the trim is a new interior ambience, which is linked to the exterior paint colour of the car when selecting the Smooth Green or Calvi Blue paint options. All other body colours for Collection trim will feature a Glossy Black with Grained Black interior schemes.

Active grade 108s will continue to offer White Line Jusa interior trims and a Charcoal Grey ambience, while Allure will also offer an additional Gloss Black centre console.

All models will continue to be powered by 1.0-litre three-cylinder stop/start engines and are fitted with five-speed manual gearboxes.


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