After restyling, Peugeot 2008 looked like older crossoversMarch 27, 2019
The updated cross will appear on the South American market. The global version of Peugeot 2008, by the way, was updated in the 2016. But the motorists of South America had to wait for the restyling for three years.
Photos of the updated Peugeot 2008 crossover appeared on the Web: the “Quatro Rodas” edition shared the photos. It is known that the spy shots captured Peugeot restyled SUV designed for the South American market. The debut of new items promise to organize in the near future. This assumption is confirmed by the camera mounted in front: probably, the “refreshed” cross was “caught” during the filming of the commercial.
The cross-country upgrade for this country was carried out according to a very special plan, which is why it differs from the “global” SUV. Recall, on the appearance of this Peugeot 2008, the manufacturer has worked in the 2016th.
Among the differences between the two versions can be noted front bumper, designed in the spirit of the “older” crossovers Peugeot 3008 and Peugeot 5008 and lost the silver lining, but the fog here, on the contrary, retained their round shape. The radiator grille with vertical “strokes” and the brand’s emblem also borrowed the South American cross from the global SUV. In the salon Peugeot 2008 for South America did not look. According to experts, the interior of this SUV, most likely, did not “redraw”. Recall the internal design of the global version after the upgrade has remained unchanged.
The engine range is also the same: for example, in the Brazilian motor show they sell Peugeot 2008 with a 1.6-liter four-cylinder “aspirated” or a THP turbo engine of the same volume. Both engines can run on gasoline and ethanol.
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