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New Peugeot 308 Tech Edition has added fleet appeal

Peugeot 308 Tech Edition

Peugeot has added a fleet-friendly Tech Edition trim level to the 308.

It is based on the mid-range Allure trim and comes with a suite of driver aids including; adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, blind spot detection and automatic emergency braking.

Tech Edition models also feature front and rear parking sensors, electric folding mirrors, automated parking, high-beam assistance, speed limit recognition and Peugeot Connect SOS.

On the outside, Tech Edition brings chrome side window trim and radiator grille, aluminium door sill finishers, a panoramic fixed glass roof with electric blind, halogen fog lights, 17-inch alloy wheels and aluminium longitudinal roof bars for the SW model.

Inside, aluminium pedals and door sills, front passenger seat lumbar adjustment and Alcantara sports style front seats complete the package.

Prices start at £22,180 (p11d) for the 1.2-litre PureTech petrol. It produces 130PS and has CO2 emissions of 119g/km.

Company car drivers should expect up to 56.5mpg and will pay £1,065 per year (20% taxpayer) in Benefit-in-kind tax.

The new trim is also available with a 1.5-litre BlueHDI diesel engine, also with 130PS, costing from £23,500 (p11d)

It is more frugal, emitting 96g/km and achieving up to 80mpg. BIK payments are slightly higher at £1,128 per year.

Both engines are optionally available with a six-speed automatic transmission.

The new model is available to order now.



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