Peugeot 308 | Warwick Farm, New South Wales | Peter Warren Kia
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    PEUGEOT 308 ALLURE Key features

    •96kW PureTech petrol S&S
    •16" alloy wheels
    •PEUGEOT Open & Go (keyless entry and start)
    •Speed sign recognition and recommendation
    •Autonomous emergency braking
    •Lane departure warning
    •Active blind spot monitoring
    •Driver attention alert
    •Electric parking brake
    •Front parking sensors
    •City park assist
    •Electric folding mirrors with welcoming light
    •Sports front seats
    PEUGEOT 308 ALLURE TOURING Key features of ALLURE HATCH plus:

    •Wagon body type
    •Magic flat rear seats
    PEUGEOT 308 GT LINE Key features of ALLURE plus

    •Full LED headlights
    •18" alloy wheels
    •Black sports seats with red stitching
    •Fixed glass roof
    •Sports exterior styling pack (black front centre trim, side skirt extensions, rear bumper finisher with trapezoidal exhaust effect trim)
    •Peugeot GT sports grille with chequerboard motif + red PEUGEOT lettering
    PEUGEOT 308 GT Key features of ALLURE plus

    •Full LED headlights
    •165 kilowatt performance engine
    •8-speed automatic
    •Alcantara seats
    •Adaptive cruise control
    •Full-speed AEB
    •Active Lane Departure Warning
    •Active Lane Keeping Assistance
    •Active Blind Spot Monitoring
    •18" alloy wheels
    •Black sports seats with red stitching
    •Sports exterior styling pack (black front centre trim, side skirt extensions, rear bumper finisher with trapezoidal exhaust effect trim)
    •Peugeot GT sports grille with chequerboard motif + red PEUGEOT lettering
    •GT badging internally and externally
    •Lowered sports suspension
    Appealingly practical This freshly face-lifted hatchback has come through the redesign process looking better than ever. The front fascia, for instance, is at once impactful and refined, with a subtly pleated bonnet that culminates in a sportily styled grille. And the rear of the car is just as easy on the eye, thanks in part to a claw-like LED lighting array. If you’re looking to make the most of load-bearing options, we recommend choosing the Touring trim, which features roof rails that are ideal for transporting surfboards, bikes and other outsized items. Whichever trim you select, it’ll feature a five-door body that ensures easy access.
    LED lights As well as the aforementioned LED rear lights, the Peugeot 308 features a number of other LEDs as standard. These include daytime running lights, which provide greater visibility, night and day. And you’ll find LED indicators incorporated within the car’s door mirror shells. If you upgrade to the top-tier GT Line trim, LED fog lights and full LED headlights are included.
    Classy colours As well as a classy Pearl White paint finish, which is applied at no extra cost, a number of optional colours are available. If you fancy a complete contrast, you could opt for Nera Black. If you prefer a happy medium, how about Artense Grey? Alternatively, Ultimate Red or Magnetic Blue will provide an undoubted splash of colour.
    Sporty GT Line The GT Line trim comes with a number of range-specific and very sporty features. For example, this is the only 308 variant that is fitted with a panoramic glass roof (complete with power-operated sunblind). And this trim possesses a decidedly athletic body, with, for instance, a GT Line radiator grille, side skirt extensions and much more.
    A well-designed cabin Front-seat travellers will be pleased with the amount of leg and headroom that’s available. And since both seats are adjustable, quickly establishing a comfortable position shouldn’t be a problem. And though there’s room in the back for three adults, the rear compartment is best suited to conveying a pair of full-size passengers, or a trio of youngsters. And since the rear doors open nice and wide, getting in and out is easy. What’s more, numerous stowage cubbies are located throughout the cabin, including generously proportioned door bins.
    Steady steering All three trims share a number of features in common. For a start, whichever variant you choose, it’ll come with a leather-clad compact steering wheel (or perforated leather with red stitching, in the case of the GT Line). And a rake-and-reach column makes it easy to establish a comfortable position, while power-assisted steering makes the job of driving that bit easier.
    Let there be light The 308’s cabin throws up plenty of lighting options. For example, there’s no need to scrabble around blindly in the vehicle’s illuminated glovebox. And you won’t have to squint when checking yourself in one of two vanity mirrors, because they’re illuminated too. And look above you and you’ll see LED lighting, which helps to foster an attractive cabin ambience.
    Big boot The 308 scores very highly with its class-leading luggage compartment, which offers a minimum 470-litre capacity. This should provide more than enough volume in most instances but if you require more, simply drop the rear seats and you’ll have 855 litres at your disposal. There’s even more on offer if you’re content to fill up to the roof.
    Performance It’s a 1.2-litre petrol engine that propels the 308. Paired with six-speed automatic transmission, this turbocharged unit features Stop/Start technology which automatically switches off the engine whenever the car comes to a stop – and turns it back on again when it’s time to move. The positive consequence of this is lower fuel bills, since instances of repeated stopping and starting soon add up. Furthermore, this three-cylinder engine produces CO2 emissions as low as 113g/km, and returns a combined 5.0 litres per 100 km figure.
    Five-star protection The Peugeot 308 comes with ANCAP’s five-star blessing, which means the vehicle performed very well indeed in a series of rigorous crash tests. Whichever trim you choose, you can expect to find plenty of passive safety features and driver aids included.
    Keeps kids safe The vehicle features a pair of ISOFIX child-seat anchor points, which are located on outer rear seats. And since kids are most likely to be situated in these positions, it’s just as well that tamper-proof rear windows and doors are included as standard.
    Autonomous Emergency Braking One of many essential driver aids included with each and every trim is Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB), which plays a significant role when it comes to preventing low-speed collisions. AEB really comes into its own when the vehicle is driving around towns and cities.