Peugeot 308 vs Fiat Bravo vs Honda Civic - specifications

Full specs of Peugeot 308 vs Fiat Bravo vs Honda Civic.

 Peugeot 308 1.6 VTi 120 SEFiat Bravo 1.4 T-JET 150 DynamicHonda Civic 1.8 i-VTEC ES
On the road price/total as tested"£15,895/£17,845""£13,995/£14,705""£16,127/£16,502"
"Residual value (after 3yrs/36,000)"N/A"£5,528/39.5 per cent""£7,902/49.0 per cent"
Running costs/contract hireN/AN/A43.7ppm/£313
Annual tax liability std/higher rate"£629/£1,144""£616/£1,120""£603/£1,096"
"Annual fuel cost (12,000 miles)""£1,605""£1,640""£1,424"
Insurance group/quote6/£25410/£3399/£269
Cost of 1st/2nd/3rd service£156/£262/£156*£195/£380/£195£150/£260/£150
 
Length/wheelbase"4,276/2,608mm""4,336/2,600mm""4,245/2,635mm"
Height/width"1,498/1,815mm""1,498/1,792mm""1,460/1,765mm"
Engine"4cyl/1,598cc""4cyl/1,368cc turbo""4cyl in line/1,799cc"
Peak power"120/6,000 bhp/rpm""150/5,500 bhp/rpm""138/6,300 bhp/rpm"
Peak torque"163/4,250 Nm/rpm""206/2,250 Nm/rpm""174/4,300 Nm/rpm"
Transmission"5-spd, man/fwd""6-spd, man/fwd""6-spd, man/fwd"
Fuel tank capacity/spare wheel60 litres/space saver58 litres/foam sealant50 litres/foam sealant
Boot capacity (seats up/down)"348/1,201 litres""400/1,175 litres""485/1,352 litres"
Kerbweight/payload/towing weight"1,287/453/1,650kg""1,275/510/1,300kg""1,288/462/1,400kg"
Turning circle/drag coefficient10.7 metres/0.29Cd10.4 metres/0.32Cd10.9 metres/0.33Cd
Basic warranty/recovery"3yrs (60,000)/1yr Peugeot""3yrs (60,000)/1yr AA""3yrs (90,000)/3yrs AA"
Service intervals/UK dealers"20,000 miles/300""18,000 miles/162""12,500 miles/198"
 
0-60/30-70mph11.2/11.5 secs8.3/7.8 secs8.5/8.2 secs
30-50mph in 3rd/4th5.8/9.4 secs3.8/5.7 secs5.6/7.3 secs
50-70mph in 5th/6th14.2 secs/N/A7.3/9.5 secs11.1/16.1 secs
Top speed122mph131mph127mph
Braking 70-0/60-0/30-0mph47.7/34.8/8.9 metres48.9/36.3/9.4 metres50.2/37.4/9.1 metres
Noise levels outside/idle/30/70mph61/39/59/69dB57/41/59/69dB52/39/56/68dB
Auto Express economy/range32.4mpg/428 miles31.7mpg/404 miles36.5mpg/401 miles
Govt urban/extra-urban/combined30.3/54.3/42.2mpg30.4/48.7/39.8mpg34.4/52.3/44.1mpg
CO2 emissions/tax bracket159g/km/18 per cent167g/km/20 per cent152g/km/17 per cent
 
Airbags/Isofix/parking/rain sensorsSeven/yes/£350^/yesSix/yes/£250/£150Six/yes/£475/yes
Air-con/clim ctrl/leather/heated seatsYes/yes/£900/noYes/yes/£800/noYes/yes/no/no
Alloy wheels/met paint/xenon lightsYes/£350/noYes/£360/noYes/£375/no
Auto gearbox/stability/cruise controlNo/yes/yesNo/£350/yes£700§/yes/yes
Elec sunroof/windows/folding mirrorsYes+/yes/yes£700/yes/noYes+/yes/yes
Multifunc steering/adjust reach/rakeYes/yes/yesYes/yes/yesYes/yes/yes
Sat-nav/CD changer/MP3/Bluetooth"£1,300±/£475/£1,300±/£1,300±"£500/no/£100/yesNo/£475/no/£350
 

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