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Peugeot 208

  • Phone number: 701-685-7512
  • Country: United States
  • State: ND
  • City: Jud
  • Street: 2595 Hidden Meadow Drive
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  • Street: Kastanienallee 86
  • City: Groven
  • State: Sharjah
  • Country: Germany
  • Phone number: 701-685-7512
  • Country: United States
  • State: ND
  • City: Jud
  • Street: 2595 Hidden Meadow Drive
  • Accept Terms: I accept the terms of service
  • Listed: May 27, 2021 7:04 pm
  • Expires: 151 days, 4 hours

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  • Street: Kastanienallee 86
  • City: Groven
  • State: Sharjah
  • Country: Germany

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The 127bhp Puretech 130 (available only with an automatic gearbox) adds even more pace, but also for most it would be a pointless expense, given that the 100 is indeed good. It’s absolutely suitable for propelling you along on A-roads and motorways without the fuss, and is livelier than a Renault Clio or Volkswagen Polo with equivalent power. The Puretech 100 is a relatively strong engine that pulls from low revs and feels gutsy in the event that you work it harder. The lowest priced petrol engine may be the 74bhp Puretech 75, but if you can stretch your budget to the 99bhp Puretech 100, you should have secured the pick of the range.

This engine is coupled to a five speed manual or a six speed automatic. IThe 208 has been offered with two new three cylinder units with variable valve timing – the 1.0 VTi (68 hp) and 1.2 VTi (82 hp). The 208 GTi is fitted with a 1.6 litre turbo (1,598 cc) four cylinder in line turbo petrol Prince engine producing 197 bhp (147 kW) at 5,800 rpm and 203 lb⋅ft (275 N⋅m) of torque at 1,700 rpm, and is fitted with a six speed manual transmission. A 1.2 L three cylinder is available with a turbocharger designated as the PureTech 110 S&S (available on the GT Line models and the allures) or without designated PureTech 82 S&S. All the 2021 Peugeot 208 petrol engines comply with the Euro 5 norm and the diesel engines have CO2 emissions of 99 g/km or lower. The 1.0 comes with an advertised fuel consumption of 4.3 L/100 km (66 mpg‑imp; 55 mpg‑US), and a CO2 emissions value of 99 g/km.

Wireless charging comes as standard from Allure trim, but if your smartphone can’t handle that then the USB connections are plentiful, there are two in the front and front Allure trim you get a further two in the back. An option is a 10.0-inch version of the same system which also includes a built-in sat-nav. There’s just one six-speaker sound system across the range and no option to upgrade, but it offers a good sound in any case. A 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system sits atop the 208’s dashboard as 2021 Peugeot 208 standard, which includes DAB radio and Bluetooth, but more importantly Apple CarPlay and Android Auto too.

Electric adjustment is optional if preferred. There’s no knocking Peugeot’s new 3D digital dials, though. Standard Peugeot 208 Allure trim, they’re projected onto different layers to provide a three-dimensional effect and look superb, but importantly also display key information clearly and are customisable to help you choose what you would like to see. However, adults in the rear seats will discover their knees brushing the front seat backs even when their heads are away from the ceiling. Ultimately a VW Polo is much better at accommodating people in the back. Two adults could have no problems getting comfortable in the leading seats and the driver gets lots of standard manual seat and wheel adjustment. Space is more of a combined bag.

The very fact it’s softer suspension than rivals, such as the Renault Clio and Ford Fiesta, means there’s more body bounce along undulating B-roads, although not in the wayward method of a Citroën C3.Even nasty ridges and potholes don’t cause an excessive amount of discomfort. The 208 scores well for comfort, offering a gentler and more supple ride than even the Volkswagen Polo or Audi A1 can offer. Things remain relatively smooth at all speeds, but are particularly so on the motorway where the 208 lopes along like a much larger car than it is.

This really is its second generation, which gets a comprehensive redesign inside and out, as well as offering diesel, petrol and pure-electric versions – the initial small car to do so. However, that changes with the Peugeot 208. In the same way, Peugeot hasn’t had consistency in its small car naming over the years, offering from a 104 to a 207. It is just a little tight for adults in the trunk, though. Those looks and all that choice, Peugeot hopes, will tempt you from small cars including the Volkswagen Polo, Seat Ibiza and Ford Fiesta. The 2021 Peugeot 208 is a superb small car to consider inside and out, comes with generous degrees of equipment and is brilliant in EV form. Oh, and there’s another reason you may be tempted: the 208 took home the carwow Little Legend Award for 2019.

Peugeot 2021 – http://www.fantuanmeng.com/home.php?mod=space&uid=161894&do=profile 208 premium pack adds heated, electric and power-folding door mirrors, LED front fog lights, electrochrome rear-view mirror and 3D satnav that also displays TomTom traffic updates, local weather forecasts, fuel stations and local points of interest to the Active spec. You also get a digital driver’s display above the steering wheel and a wireless smartphone charging pad on the centre console. The Allure Premium adds a high-definition 10-inch touchscreen infotainment system with integrated climate controls, 3D satnav with live traffic updates and local information, and a rather cool-looking row of piano key-style s

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