NEW PEUGEOT 2008
Discover the power of seduction of the NEW PEUGEOT 2008 SUV, a robust, elegant, modern SUV delivering real sensations. Sit behind the controls of the new 3D PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® and enjoy a unique driving experience.
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At the same time, enjoy smooth, economical driving with the EAT6 (1.6L engine) six-speed automatic gearbox or EAT8 (1.2L Turbo engine) eight-speed automatic gearbox, for fast, fluid, multiple gear changing.
Two of the main qualities of the PEUGEOT 2008 SUV lie in its streamlined design and limited weight. Add in a range of PureTech engines designed for every type of use and you get fuel efficiency and low CO2 emissions; For improved driving sensation, the new PEUGEOT 2008, is available with a choice of 2 efficient and reliable engines. A 1.6L engine delivering 115hp on the Active and Allure grades and a 1.2L Turbo engine delivering 155hp on the Allure (Turbo) and GT versions.
With a low threshold and a wide opening,
the trunk space can be combined with the 2 / 3-1 / 3 folding rear seat to offer you a large volume of transport, flexible to your needs.
The double-level boot floor allows, in the high position, quick and easy loading and removal of objects.
In the low position, the trunk volume is privileged.
The new PEUGEOT 2008 SUV features a specific lighting signature. Its Full LED
headlights with 3 claws, surrounded by a thin strip of daytime running
lights, emphasise the modernity of its feline look. Visibility is optimal, particularly on the roadside and on corners. The rear lights display the distinctive symbol present across the 2008 range: three captivating high-tech 3D Claws.
The PEUGEOT 2008 compact SUV is fitted as standard with switchable ESP Electronic Stability Programme, comprising ASR anti-skid, DSC dynamic stability control, EBA Emergency Brake Assist, ABS Anti-lock Braking System and EBFD Electronic Brake Force Distribution.
Depending on the engine, ESP may be combined with Hill Assist, which holds the vehicle steady for a moment for around two seconds, while the driver transfers a foot from the brake pedal to the accelerator, when starting up on a slope.