The award winning Peugeot 3008 Crossover is now available with extra standard specification on Sport and Exclusive models and a more fuel efficient Euro 5 HDi 112 diesel engine.
Since its launch in November 2009 the Peugeot 3008 Crossover has been a great success with both the UK car buying public and the motoring media. It has already won two major awards from What Car? magazine - Crossover of the Year and Car of the Year 2010, and recorded over 10,000 sales in the UK this year.
Now this winning formula becomes even stronger with the introduction of a range of extra standard equipment. Both the Sport and Exclusive model ranges benefit from the following enhancements: all Sport models are now equipped with Peugeot Connect USB with Bluetooth (enables a portable MP3 or iPod to be connected to the car, and hands-free communication with a compatible mobile phone), flat folding passenger seat to increase the vehicle's already great flexibility, and automatic headlamps and windscreen wipers.
The comprehensively equipped Peugeot 3008 Exclusive model gets even more appeal with Peugeot Connect USB and Bluetooth, flat folding passenger seat, electric folding mirrors, electro-chrome interior mirror and exterior courtesy lights, all now fitted as standard.
From this month the Peugeot 3008 Crossover will also be available with a new Euro 5 112 HDi diesel engine. The previous HDi 110 Euro 4 engine will be replaced by this new HDi 112 Euro 5 engine, providing improved CO2 emissions and fuel consumption.
Now with even more appeal, due to the enhanced standard equipment levels and reduced CO2 emissions, the Peugeot 3008's advantage over a conventional car just got even stronger.
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