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Peugeot offers cheaper driveaway pricing and more equipment

By Kellie Buckley, 20 Jul 2016 Car News

Peugeot offers cheaper driveaway pricing and more equipment

Peugeot 208, 308, 2008 and 4008 get price cuts and equipment boosts until 30 September, as Peugeot begins a winter sales push.

Peugeot Australia has announced discounted on-road prices and a host of equipment increases for its 208, 308 and 2008 models as part of a winter sales push. 

Peugeot is tempting would-be buyers of its 208 Active Special Edition hatch with the inclusion of a reversing camera, smartphone connectivity and satellite navigation system via Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink, while keeping the five-door hatch’s price tag at $21,990 (plus on-roads). 

Peugeot 208

As part of the push, the well-equipped 208 Allure hatch – which includes satnav, a self-parking function, cornering foglights and various other tech features as standard in its $25,990 price tag – is being offered with free on-roads between now and the end September. 

It’s a similar story across the Peugeot 308 range, with Peugeot offering free registration, stamp duty and CTP insurance across the four-tiered range. Depending on which State or Territory you’ll be buying in, the offer could save some purchasers as much as $3000. 

Peugeot 4008

Peugeot’s 1.6-litre 2008 Outdoor turbo diesel SUV has been reduced to $29,990, as has the 4008 Active. As well as the price drop, buyers of the 4008 Active can add 18-inch alloy wheels and a chrome pack – valued at $2000 – at no extra cost. The offer on the firm’s 4008 Active, according to Peugeot, could potentially save would-be owners up to $6000.  

New and current Peugeot owners can also benefit from a 20 percent saving on replacement windscreen wiper rubbers and batteries, a timely offer in these winter months.