The Peugeot 108 will launch with four equipment grades, CO2 emissions from 88g/km and prices starting at £8,245 on the road.
The 108 is available in three and five-door hatchback or cabrio body styles and with a choice of two low-emissions petrol engines, including Peugeot’s recently unveiled PureTech three-cylinder unit.
Personalisation will be a key element of the 108’s appeal to customers, with a range of colours, trims and themes.
The new model also brings new comfort and convenience features to the city car sector, including a seven-inch touch-screen infotainment system with DAB digital radio, Mirror Screen with MirrorLink technology and Bluetooth connectivity and steering wheel-mounted controls.
Equipment grades are Access, Active, Allure and Felineand on the hatchback, Access is only available on three-door models. Standard features include LED daytime running lights, remote central locking, USB/aux connection for external audio players with steering wheel-mounted controls, six airbags, ESP stability control and two rear Isofix mountings.
Active models add colour-coded door handles and mirrors, air-conditioning, height-adjustable driver’s seat, seven-inch touch-screen infotainment system with DAB, Mirror Screen and Bluetooth.
The Allure model takes the standard spec up another notch, with 15-inch Thorren alloy wheels, front fog lights, auto headlights, electric heated door mirrors, reversing camera, leather steering wheel and gear knob, plus keyless entry and engine start/stop button.
The flagship Feline adds a touch of luxury, including leather upholstery, chrome door handles and mirrors and automatic dual zone air conditioning.
For the first time, Peugeot’s smallest car is available with a retractable fabric roof, which can be opened and closed electrically at any speed. Called the 108 Top, it’s available in Active and Allure trims.
Both the 108 Hatch and Top come with a choice of a 1.0-litre 68hp petrol engine with 95g/km of CO2 (88g/km with stop/start), or a 1.2-litre PureTech VTi 82bhp with 99g/km of CO2.
A five-speed manual transmission is mated to both engines, with the option of a 2-Tronic semi-automatic gearbox on the 1.0-litre.
Prices start at £8,245 on the road for the 1.0-litre Access three-door. Active models begin at £9,495, Allure at £10,995 and Feline at £11,845.
108 Top models are priced from £10,345 for the 1.0-litre Active three-door (only a £850 price walk from the equivalent Hatch version), rising to £12,245 for the 1.2-litre Allure five-door.