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Three-door variant's production run ends, but update brings new colours

The Peugeot Peugeot 108 has received an update for 2021, which brings new colour and design options and a five-door bodystyle only

Prices start from £13,320 for the supermini, which will no longer be offered in its original three-door form. All 108 models will be powered by the firm’s 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine with a five-speed manual gearbox. 

“With new colours and interior ambiences, the 108 remains a stylish city car,” said Peugeot UK boss Julie David. “Now offered exclusively as a five-door variant, the 108 is suitable for drivers wanting to travel with friends and family.”

Customers have the choice of the same Active, Allure and Collection specification levels as before, with Active models continuing to offer a charcoal grey interior with white detailing and trim. The step-up Allure trim offers an additional gloss black detailing on the centre console. 

The range-topping Collection model offers body-coloured door handles in place of the previous chrome design, with 15in alloy wheels and orange wheel caps. 

Interior changes for Collection models include orange trim and yellow stitching, with interior colours matching when Smooth Green or Calvi Blue exterior paint is selected. The firm says all other body colours for Collection models will feature an interior with a combination of glossy black and grained black textures. 

All models gain two new colour options of Ural White and Galaxite Grey, which replace Bianca White and Carbon Grey.



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russ13b 19 July 2021

Einarbb -- 2014 to 2021 Euro inflation is 0.91% average, Pound averaged 2%. January 2014 exchange rate was 1.21, January 2016 it was 1.3, and is 1.16 today. The prices shown in a 2019 review have it starting at £11,990, which inflation corrects to £12,291 today, but that was for the cheapest "Access" trim spec, which isn't featured on the new car. Comparing the prices Autocar list in their review showing a 14 plate car, the £13,320 price of the 1.0 72 Active 5dr is the same as a new one, but from there the new cars - as listed on the Peugoet website - are around £1000 cheaper when looking at the on-the-road "from" prices. So, all things considered, it doesn't look like any reflection on the Pound or Brexit. 

catnip 19 July 2021

@ artill

Agree with you 100%.  As a tall driver with a mobility problem, getting around the B-pillar is quite literally a pain, and I hate it that the top seat belt mounting is so far forward. Yet another nail in the coffin of consumer choice.

Einarbb 19 July 2021

si73 -- doesn't this reflect the fall in the Pound you can probably give thank-you to BREXIT for? Logical is the currency falls in value you see prices go up to comparable degree, and inflation.