All New Peugeot 308 order books open.

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The long awaiting order books are open for the Peugeot 308. The French brand has a long and loyal band of followers who have eagerly awaited the launch. However even though order books are open it will be mid January 2014 before we can expect delivery.

Peugeot,  Citroen have had a tough time of late with Citroen famously having to close one of its most long standing factories in Aullnay. Yet at the same time winning awards from the JD Power survey. Citroen winning the coveted best super mini award with the Citroen DS3. An accolade that Citroen will be exceptionally happy about as it is voted for by owners of the vehicle and not industry insiders.

So what will the French combo be able to do in order to temp us into spending our money on a new Peugeot 308?

You can expect all the typical style of the French but this time with lots of trim and specification and engines which are not only leaner and meaner but also more economically friendly and therefore better on road fund licence.

The new Peugeot 308 will come in four specifications ( although there is rumours that later in 2014 Peugeot will release the 308 GTI )

  • Access
  • Active
  • Allure
  • Feline

All trim levels will come with

  • air conditioning
  • remote central door locking
  • cruise control
  • DAB digital radio
  • LED daylight running lights
  • Bluetooth connectivity.


The active Peugeot 308 model will also have rear parking sensors, integrated 9.7-inch touch screen and satellite navigation.

The Allure will have full LED headlamps, 17-inch alloy wheels, a reversing camera and front parking sensors as standard.

The top trim level Peugeot 308 the Feline will also have a full as a panoramic Cielo glass roof, Alcantara trimmed sports seats and the Driver Assistance Pack with Dynamic Cruise Control, Emergency Collision Alert and Emergency Collision Braking System.

The Peugeot 308 will also be a choice of five engines with the 1600 hdi 92 BHp having an impressive co2 emission of just 93 g/km.


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