Here is the entry-level Peugeot 308!
A presentation that is already very appealing
Peugeot is now opening the configurator of its new 308. Let's check right away what the entry-level model looks like to see if there are any striking differences with the model used for the world premiere. At first glance, it's a very pleasant impression, as the 308's entry-level model offers more than the basics.
The Active Pack entry-level trim, which starts at €24,800 (£21,300/$30,400) in France, already looks very good, with LED headlights and daytime running lights in the shape of a lion's teeth. The 16-inch wheels with hubcaps look acceptable, while the rear has LED taillights arranged horizontally and not diagonally like on the top-of-the-range models.
The Active Pack entry-level trim - Photo credits Peugeot
The GT Pack high-end model - Photo credits Peugeot
The interior is a pleasant surprise with a configurable 10-inch digital instrument cluster complemented by a 10-inch touchscreen. The third screen just below has been replaced by physical buttons controlling the ventilation. The steering wheel is made of split leather and the seats are fully upholstered in fabric.
The dashboard already features aluminium inserts to enhance the interior atmosphere. In terms of equipment, the 308 Active Pack has air conditioning, rear parking sensors and keyless go. Under the bonnet, the compact car is powered by a 110 PS 1.2 PureTech three-cylinder with a 6-speed manual gearbox.