Peugeot 208: New Update Revealed, In Australia Late This Year Photo:
2015_peugeot_208_overseas_02 Photo: tmr
2013_peugeot_208_03_allure_02 Photo: tmr
2013_peugeot_208_05_allure_sport_08 Photo: tmr
2015_peugeot_208_overseas_10 Photo: tmr
2013_peugeot_208_05_allure_sport_09 Photo: tmr
2015_peugeot_208_overseas_03 Photo: tmr
2013_peugeot_208_03_allure_01 Photo: tmr
2015 Peugeot 208 - Overseas Photo:
2013_peugeot_208_05_allure_sport_02 Photo: tmr
2015_peugeot_208_overseas_04 Photo: tmr
2013_peugeot_208_03_allure_00 Photo: tmr
2015_peugeot_208_overseas_07 Photo: tmr
2013_peugeot_208_05_allure_sport_00 Photo: tmr
2015_peugeot_208_overseas_05 Photo: tmr
2013_peugeot_208_03_allure_05 Photo: tmr
2015_peugeot_208_overseas_11 Photo: tmr
2013_peugeot_208_05_allure_sport_07 Photo: tmr
2013_peugeot_208_05_allure_sport_06 Photo: tmr
2015_peugeot_208_overseas_09 Photo: tmr
2013_peugeot_208_03_allure_07 Photo: tmr
2015_peugeot_208_overseas_01 Photo: tmr
2013_peugeot_208_03_allure_00a Photo: tmr
2013_peugeot_208_05_allure_sport_03 Photo: tmr
2015_peugeot_208_overseas_08 Photo: tmr
2013_peugeot_208_03_allure_06 Photo: tmr
Mike Stevens | Feb, 20 2015 | 2 Comments

Peugeot’s perky little 208 hatch, first launched at the Geneva Motor Show back in 2012, will fly into next month’s show with a number of key updates.

Visual tweaks are a light touch with this one though, limited to subtle changes across the lights at both ends, a new bumper and widened grille, and new colour options.

Peugeot’s ‘GT Line’ kit, already available with the 308 and 508, has now also joined the 208 range, adding GTi-like styling and features - but without the power and without quite as significant a price jump.

Due in Australia in the fourth quarter of 2015, the refreshed 208 will also bring new and refreshed powertrains.

An update to Peugeot’s 55kW and 74kW BlueHDi 1.6 litre diesel engines sees combined-cycle fuel consumption figures listed as low as 3.0 l/100km.

(Remember when Ford’s special Fiesta Econetic achieving 3.6 l/100km back in 2012 was big news?)

There’s also a new 81kW ‘PureTech 110’ version of Peugeot’s 1.2 litre turbocharged petrol engine, matched to stop-start technology and a five-speed manual.

A six-speed ‘EAT6’ auto will also be offered with the 1.2 engine, offering ‘Quickshift’ tech for faster gear changes.

A reversing camera has been added to the range, along with Active City Brake, automatically applying the brakes if a potential collision is detected at speeds below 30km/h.

Watch for Australian specifications and pricing to be confirmed later this year.

MORE: Peugeot 208 News & REVIEWS
MORE: Peugeot | Light Cars | Hatches

TMR Comments
Latest Comments
The size of your tyre is located on the sidewall of your tyre.
It will be similar to the sample below.