The new Peugeot 308 costs from £15,245 and features a sub-98g/km engine in its range
1 March 2011

Peugeot has revealed a facelifted 308, which has made its first appearance at the Geneva motor show.

The revised 308 features the company’s micro-hybrid e-HDi stop-start engine, which produces CO2 emissions of 98g/km, according to Peugeot.

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The new range will again be available with three body styles – Hatchback, CC, and SW – and four trim levels – Access, SR, Active and Allure – with the top of the range CC THP 200 available in a single GT trim level.

Revised exterior features of the 308 include LED headlights and daytime running lights, 16-inch alloys with low rolling resistance tyres. On the inside, air conditioning comes as standard.

Prices for the Peugeot 308 start from £15,245 with cars available to order now.

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