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Peugeot 208 and e-208 given more kit for 2022 - with no price hike!


You may have noticed that the Peugeot 208 has gone down a storm since the second-generation French hatchback was released in 2019. Both the 208 and its electric sibling, the e-208, have sold in big numbers across Britain, yet Peugoet has still seen fit to make its popular duo even more tempting with a raft of mid-life upgrades - all without affecting the entry-level 208's £19,100 starting price. Nice.

To signify the boosted specification (more on that in a sec') of Peugoet's revamped 208 and e-208 models, the best-selling trims have been renamed ‘Active Premium+’ and ‘Allure Premium+’.


For what was already a pretty well-kitted-out entry-level car, the addition of dual-zone climate control, automatic wipers and tinted windows as standard to the Active Premium+ make it seem decidedly plush. That comes alongside Peugeot's seven-inch infotainment system, 16-inch alloy wheels and rear parking sensors, which were already standard equipment.

The updated Allure Premium+ follows suit with even more tech and design features added to its armoury. These cars get Peugeot’s unique i-Cockpit digital setup - which gives you a fully digital dashboard that allows you to display your sat-nav directions, or other useful info, behind the wheel. Plus, you get the Aluminium Pack as standard, which adds aluminium pedals and door sills, among other bits of trim, to complete the look.

Interested? Don't blame you. You can place an order for the updated cars with Peugoet now, but if you're in the market for a 208 or e-208, don't forget to check out our online showroom. We've spotted this 1.2 PureTech 100 Allure 5dr for just £16,600, which could be outside your front door in as little as one week.

By George Boulton