The new Peugeot 108 is stylish and compact: a nimble, city-savvy prince of the metropolis roads. With plenty of options to personalise, the 108 shouts youth, vibrancy and fun!
The Peugeot 108 is available from £0 Advance Payment on the Motability scheme.
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The 108 features signature LED daytime running lights which are sure to make an impression. There is the option of a cabrio fabric roof as an add on, and this is available in three colours - black, grey and purple berry.
The choice of three wheels ranges from the 14" and 15" steel versions to the 15" alloys available on the Feline model. The 868 litres of boot space boasted by the 108 is no mean feat for this compact city car, with the foldable rear seats making way for an impressive amount of room.
Inside the 108, you will not be short of entertainment. Those opting for the Active level or above can expect a 7" colour touch screen which acts as a control centre for your audio needs.
The dashboard is designed to make everything you need easily touchable by the driver. Automatic dual-zone air conditioning is available inside the Feline version, while owners of an Active will benefit from manual air conditioning.
Models which include the Peugeot Open & Go system - for the Allure level and above - offer the driver the ultimate quick start option; there's no need to put the key in the ignition to get going.
The Mirror Screen feature provides a communication channel between your smartphone and the touch screen, so when your phone is hooked up, you can see the phone screen on the touch screen.
Another useful feature of the 108 is its Puretech engine - the lower CO2 emissions and enhanced fuel efficiency it offers can impact on your car insurance quote.
As well as a host of personalisation opportunities, there are also a number of nifty safety features that make the 108 so reassuring to drive.
Active City Break works on busy urban roads at speeds of less than 20 mph to provide an emergency break that can help you avoid a collision, sensing the presence of stationary vehicles, while Lane Departure Warning System tells you when you are straying out of your lane, with an alert system which uses the white lines in the road as markers.
And don't forget the much-loved Reversing Camera, which shows you the view from the back of your car when you are reversing into a tight parking space, making you fully aware of how much room you have to play with.