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Peugeot adds pace and practicality to 308

Peugeot is adding to its 308 line up with the announcement of two new models – the SW estate and a GT hot hatchback.

The performance 308 GT THP 175 will be the first to arrive in April, powered by a turbocharged 1.6-litre petrol engine which also finds a home in the smaller 207 GT model.

This engine produces 175bhp, which gives the GT a 0-62mph time of 8.3 seconds and a top speed of 140mph.

Claimed combined fuel economy is 37.1mpg and CO2 emissions are 180g/km.
The other new arrival is the 308 SW estate which goes on sale in June.

Billed as a more practical member of the 308 range, the SW offers up to 2,149 litres of load space with the seats folded down, and 674 litres when they are in place.

There is also a panoramic glass roof and the option of two extra seats which can be folded down into the boot space.

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