The Peugeot 208 2020 is the second generation of the utility from the lion brand. It is available in three gasoline engines, one Diesel and the electric version, called the e-208. Its price for the Spanish market starts at 13,950 euros.
The Peugeot 208 2020 is the second generation of the utility of the French brand, which was originally launched in 2012 and received an update in 2015. For price and characteristics, its direct rivals are models such as the Ford Fiesta, Mazda2, Seat Ibiza or the Skoda Fabia.
PEUGEOT 208 2020: EXTERIOR
The resemblance of the Peugeot 208 2020 with other higher-range models of the brand, especially thanks to a front that varies radically from the previous generation with the inclusion of a new grill. It also has a more athletic presence as a result of its greater length, which is 4.06 meters, and width, which is 1.75 meters. Both are accompanied by a decrease in height, now 1.43 meters. The battle, meanwhile, is 2.54 meters. It also sports larger wheel arches.
The new Peugeot 208 2020 part of the platform CMP, which has made possible a reduction in weight that translates into greater efficiency, something that of course also has to do with engines that we will comment on later. The presence of active air intakes and lower rolling resistance are also announced.
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PEUGEOT 208 2020: INTERIOR
Inside, the 2020 Peugeot 208 features the new cockpit i-Cockpit, which can incorporate fully digital instrumentation that is associated with a central screen of five, seven or ten inches. From there we will control the infotainment system.
The extra dimensions that the French utility vehicle has on the outside is also responsible for the increase in the capacity of its trunk, which is 265 liters, a figure to which another 44 liters are added if the emergency wheel is dispensed with. In the case of folding down the rear seats, the cargo volume goes up to 1,106 liters.
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PEUGEOT 208 2020: EQUIPMENT
The range of Peugeot 208 It is structured in various finishes, some of which can be equipped with an intermediate equipment level called Pack. They are as follows:
The so-called Like It is the simplest of the range, and comes standard with elements such as the recognition of limit signs and speed recommendation, the collision risk alert, the automatic daytime braking, the speed governor and limiter and the pressure warning of the tires. For this finish there is no intermediate step Pack.
The finish Active It is the one that incorporates led daytime running lights, halogen headlights, leather steering wheel, grille with chrome stamped, body-color mirror caps, 7-inch touchscreen Bluetooth digital radio and analog instrument panel. The Active Pack adds rear parking aid, EcoLED headlamps, 16-inch Taskin alloy wheels, expanded traffic sign recognition, and a Peugeot i-Cockpit with 3.5-inch color display analog instrument cluster.
The next step is the finish Allure, which is the intermediate. It has automatic climate control, automatic headlights, electric handbrake, front windscreen wiper with automatic activation, hands-free starting and heated mirrors with electric adjustment and folding. To all this are added aesthetic details such as 16-inch Soho alloy wheels, LED taillights, over-tinted rear windows and upholstery in three materials. The intermediate level Allure Pack also offers a 180º Visiopark rear view camera, automatic emergency braking – it combines the Active Safety Brake with a camera and radar – and the Peugeot Connect SOS & Assistance localized assistance and emergency call system.
Above is the finish GT, which has a series of full led headlights with automatic change to high beams, full led taillights with 3-claw signature, 17-inch matte Camden Storm alloy wheels, specific grille, aluminum pedals, stainless steel door sills and perforated leather steering wheel with the GT logo. The GT Pack, meanwhile, features 17-inch Bronx wheels, keyless entry and start, and heated front seats with Alcantara upholstery and Adamite green stitching.
PEUGEOT 208 2020: MECHANICAL
The Peugeot 208 2020 It offers three gasoline engines, a Diesel option and one with 100% electric propulsion.
The gasoline engines, all variants of the same 1.2-liter, three-cylinder PureTech, deliver 75, 102 and 131 horsepower respectively. The least powerful equips a five-speed manual gearbox. The intermediate can be associated with a six-speed manual gearbox or an EAT8 automatic. The most powerful is only offered in automatic EAT8.
The motor Diesel it has 1.5 liters and produces 102 horsepower, with a six-speed manual transmission.
All of them have Start & Stop technology.
The electric Peugeot 208 delivers 136 horsepower and offers a range of 340 kilometers in the WLTP cycle, with a 50 kilowatt-hour battery. It has a warranty of eight years or 160,000 kilometers.
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PEUGEOT 208 2020: PRICES
The new Peugeot 208 2020 It has a starting price in the Spanish market of 13,950 euros for its access finish. The Active version has an initial cost of 14,900 euros, while the Active Pack starts from 15,900 euros. The Allure finish starts from 18,000 euros, while the Allure Pack does the same from 18,750. The Peugeot 208 GT costs a minimum of 20,450 euros. For its part, the GT Pack requires a minimum payment of 21,400 euros.
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