Peugeot has revealed a completely enhanced and updated 308 SW design, making it sharper, better than ever and completely care free. The model has reinvented driving with state of the art technology including the Peugeot i-COCKPIT® and features one of the most efficient engines yet. The model pushes Peugeot’s well-known prime and prestigious comfort to new levels while making a statement with a dynamic and sporty exterior design. The Peugeot 308 SW is for those who want to experience the fearless.
The Peugeot 308 SW features not only a re-profiled front bumper but a striking bonnet and radiator grille allowing the iconic Peugeot Lion to take centre stage and new LED headlights further complement the enhanced design. Inside, the Peugeot 308 SW boasts plenty of storage which is complemented by the panoramic roof giving the model a bright interior and spacious feel. Moreover, the red stitched sports seats add the finishing touch to your Peugeot 308 SW. Your passengers will be staring at the skies above in awe and in complete comfort.
The Peugeot 308 SW comes equipped with Connected Navigation and a 180 degree colour reversing camera on a 9.7” capacitive colour touchscreen all controlled by touch or the multi-function steering wheel - available in Active and Allure versions. The most impressive feature is The City Park feature which provides active assistance for parking by detecting a parking space and then operating the steering system to park in this space.
When it comes to performance, the Peugeot 308 SW always impresses and with advanced technology road handling is made an easy task. The tyres and suspension reflect either the BlueHDi or PureTech engines for greater efficiency and optimal comfort. Finally, the enticing ‘sport’ button allows for increased responsiveness of power steering, engine and gearbox to accelerator pedal.
Experience the Peugeot 308 SW in two other models Peugeot 308 SW GT Line and Peugeot 308 SW GT both Peugeot’s are bolder than ever.
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