It is evident from the photograph below, the new Peugeot 108, coming to dealerships from 1st July 2014, is a higher quality product than its predecessor – the 107.
Personalisation is the USP here, with a range of options inside and out to choose from. There is a TOP! Cabrio model in the range, with an electrically folding fabric roof.
The aim of the designer of the 108, was to differentiate the model from its siblings; the Citroen C1 and Toyota Aygo.
An increase of 40mm in length over the Peugeot 107, is at the front of the car, giving more overhang, with the aim of increased protection in the event of a collision.
Like the 107, the new car is available in three and five door body styles with a much larger boot. To give you an idea of how the quality has improved, the hinges of the hatch are now concealed by a boot spoiler, standard across all 108 models.
The interior quality has improved too, with a central stack focused dashboard. There is a 7″ touch screen housed in the central stack in all but entry-level Access trim, with a multi-function steering wheel to operate.
The 108 boasts the ability to connect with your smartphone – something its siblings cannot do.