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    PEUGEOT 2008 Allure - 1.2 L Petrol Turbo Puretech 96 kW
    - 6 speed Efficient Automatic Transmission (EAT)
    - 3D i-Cockpit®
    - 7” touch screen with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™
    - Autonomous Emergency Braking
    - Active Lane Departure Warning
    - Rear Park Sensors
    - 17” Diamond Cut Alloy Wheels
    PEUGEOT 2008 GT Sport Specification of Allure plus ;

    - 1.2 L Petrol Turbo Puretech 114 kW
    - 8 speed Efficient Automatic Transmission (EAT)
    Technology
    - 10” touch screen
    - Proximity keyless locking & unlocking
    - Wireless phone charging
    - Adaptive Cruise (complete stop & go)
    - Active Blind Spot Monitoring
    - Lane Positioning Assist (semi-autonomous)
    - Semi - Automatic Parking Assistance
    - Front & Rear Park Sensors
    - Front electric heated seats
    - Drivers massage function
    - 8 colour ambient lighting
    - 18” Onyx Black Alloy Wheels
    - Black Diamond Roof
    A charismatic car There’s no getting away from it, the 2008 is an exceptionally well-designed SUV, one that’s guaranteed to turn a few heads. With its artfully contoured body, smoothly muscular build and bold front fascia, this is a car that radiates charisma. And though it possesses plenty of aesthetic appeal, it’s also very practical, with, for instance, a five door body that ensures unfettered access. And both trims feature smart-looking gloss-black roof bars that offer extra load-bearing options.
    Stylish alloys The 2008 rides on slick 17-inch Diamond Cut alloy wheels, which are fitted as standard. Although just as durable as steel, alloy is a much lighter material, and therefore is better able to deliver enhanced efficiency and performance. If you upgrade to the GT trim, you’ll be in possession of some particularly striking 18-inch Onyx Black alloy wheels.
    LED illumination Allure trims are fitted with Eco-LED headlights, LED daytime running lights and LED 3D taillights – the latter arranged in a distinctive ‘claw’ design. LEDs offer much greater illumination than their halogen alternatives, and they last a lot longer.
    Sporty fixtures From back to front, there’s much about the Peugeot 2008 that impresses. But let’s concentrate on the rear, and a smart-looking spoiler, which comes colour-coded with Allure trims, or is rendered in a Black Diamond finish with GT grades. And continuing with our look at the back of the vehicle, all models are fitted with eye-catching twin chrome exhaust pipes.
    Bigger than it looks Despite its relatively diminutive dimensions, at least by SUV standards, the 2008 is surprisingly roomy. It can comfortably accommodate five adults and is absolutely ideal for a young family of five. Certainly, there’s plenty of leg and knee room – and space for feet to spread out under the front seats. Forward-compartment travellers are provided with adjustable seating (a power-operated driver position with GT Sport trims). And this SUV’s 434-litre boot space is nothing to be sniffed at, especially since it expands to 1,467 litres when rear seats are dropped.
    Feel the heat When temperatures drop, it’s always nice to be able to rely on reassuring warmth, which is where standard-issue automatic air-conditioning and climate control come in. And with the GT Sport iteration, front-seat travellers are treated to heated positions.
    Drive to the beat The 2008 comes with a six-speaker sound system as standard, complete with MP3-compatible AM/FM tuner and DAB digital radio. You can plug-and-play your compatible devices too, thanks to the inclusion of AUX and USB inputs. Meanwhile, Bluetooth connectivity enables you to stream your favourite audio content.
    Infotainment highway A seven-inch touchscreen (or 10-inch with GT sport trims) provides access to numerous technologies, such as smartphone-mirroring. This is made possible by the presence of Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, which allows you to access your phone safely while on the move. Meanwhile, GT Sport owners have the added benefit of 3D satellite navigation.
    Performance The Peugeot 2008 is installed with a 1.2-litre petrol engine, which is paired with six-speed automatic transmission (or eight-speed with GT Sport grades). Naturally, it’s the GT Sport version that offers more potency, with acceleration from zero to 100km/h in roughly 8.7 seconds and a top speed of 213km/h. The same trim also returns 6.1 litres per 100 km and produces CO2 emissions from 138g/km – not bad statistics for an SUV.
    Super safe Crash-test specialists ANCAP have awarded the 2008 a maximum five-star rating. The vehicle comes with a wide range of passive protective features and driver aids, all designed to keep occupants as safe as possible. For instance, each model features multiple airbags, a pair of ISOFIX child-seat fixtures and Electronic Stability Programme.
    Driver Fatigue Warning Driver Fatigue Warning (DFW) does just what it says – it informs the person behind the wheel when it’s time to take a break. When proceeding at speeds of more than 65km/h, a timed alert will sound if more than two hours have elapsed. DFW also monitors driver input and sets off audio and visual alerts when clear signs of fatigue are detected.
    Additional child safety precautions In addition to ISOFIX anchor points, the Peugeot 2008 features tamper-proof rear door locks – so even if your child starts to fiddle with the door, they won’t be able to open it. Whenever you start ignition, simply press the designated child lock button to activate the feature.