Peugeot have introduced two new models to the current 308 line-up, the 308 GT Line and 308 Sportium.
The Peugeot 308 GT Line which replaces the Feline model is available as either a hatchback or as the estate aka SW edition, with the choice of five powertrains. It takes the specification of the Allure model and adds 18-inch ‘Diamant’ alloy wheels, twin exhausts with black lacquered rear diffuser and tinted rear side windows. The interior features half-Alcantara sports seats with red stitching, plus a driver and front passenger lumbar adjustment with massage function. There is a ‘GT’ inspired leather steering wheel with red stitching and mats with aluminium style pedals and door sill protectors.
Positioned between the 308 Access and Active models the Sportium is only available as a hatchback with a 1.2-litre PureTech three-cylinder petrol engine with the choice of either 110hp or 130hp outputs. You can also choose between five-speed or six-speed manual and six-speed automatic transmissions depending on the output.
The Sportium is based on the Access model and includes a DAB digital radio, air-conditioning and cruise control with a speed limiter. In addition there are 16-inch ‘Diamond’ alloy wheels, driver’s lumbar support, rear parking sensors, leather steering wheel, leather gearstick gaiter and automatic headlamps and wipers.
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