Peugeot updates 208 and e-208 equipment for 2022
The French supermini gets more equipment as standard in 2022
Just six months ago, Peugeot updated its 208 and e-208 with styling revisions, trim levels and powertrain options, and now those trim levels have been tweaked once again. But with no changes to the car’s price.
Entry-level Active Premium and Allure Premium have been replaced with Active Premium+ and Allure Premium+.
New equipment as standard includes dark tinted rear and rear side windows, automatic windscreen wipers and automatic air conditioning. The Active Premium+ also gets safety systems like lane keep assist, speed limit recognition and driver attention warning. Peugeot’s i-Cockpit features and is joined by a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system and a 3.5-inch driver’s display.
Upgrade to the Allure Premium+ and you’ll get 17-inch wheels, pedals and door sills finished in aluminium, a seven-inch touchscreen with sat-nav, a smaller multi-function steering wheel, 3D head-up display and wireless smartphone charging. Above this you get GT and GT Premium models, which haven’t been altered.
Powertrain options remain unchanged so for there’s petrol, diesel and fully-electric variants. The e-208 keeps its 50kWh and 100kWh variants with up to 225 miles of range. Up to 100kW rapid charging is also available, with the e-208 able to complete a 0-80 per cent charge in 30 minutes.
The new trim levels are available to order for the 208 now, starting from £17,155 for the Active Premium+. Allure Premium+ kicks off at £17,805 and the sportier GT Line £21,455. The range-topping £30,275 GT model is only offered in e-208 guise.
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