Special Edition Peugeot 308 GTi Sport comes with driver training

The lower-priced limited-run hot Peugeot brings more aggressive looks and some complementary instruction to help contain its 200kW/330Nm grunt

2019 Peugeot 308 GTi Sport special edition

Peugeot has released a limited-edition version of its 308 GTi hot-hatch featuring more aggressive looks, but with a kinder price tag.

Priced at $42,990, the Peugeot 308 GTi Sport retails for $3500 less than the regular 308 GTi despite gaining a fresh five-piece body-kit featuring a new front spoiler, side skirt extensions, rear bumper corner extensions, rear diffuser, and rear spoiler (Gurney flap).

Peugeot 308 GTi Sport

That takes the 200kW 1.8-litre turbo, six-speed manual hatch’s price below that of key euro rivals including the Renault Megane RS 280 ($44,990) and Volkswagen Golf GTI ($45,490), which it out-performed in Wheels’ recent hot-hatch megatest.

The package also includes metallic paint, with most of the 20 available cars coming in black, with Artense Grey and Magnetic Blue also available.

Peugeot 308 GTi Sport

Buyers also receive a complementary $200 driver training course hosted by Driving Dynamics. The courses are currently held in Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney, with Queensland and Western Australian drivers to be catered for soon.

The 2019 Peugeot GTi Sport also comes standard GTi features including 19-inch alloy wheels, sport bucket seats with massagers, red-cabin trim, leather sports steering wheel, limited-slip differential, 9.7-inch touchscreen, Apple Carplay/Android Auto, LED headlights with auto high-beam, front and rear parking sensors, traffic sign recognition, blind-spot monitoring and lane-keeping assist.

Peugeot 308 GTi Sport

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