Peugeot introduced the updated crossover 2008 2020 model year

Peugeot introduced the updated crossover 2008 2020 model year

June 19, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

The French novelty has received a bold appearance, as well as a fully electric version of the E-2008. The car added in size. Prices are still unknown, the start of sales is scheduled for the end of this year.

Mini-crossover Peugeot 2008 is presented in a completely new version. Machine 2020 model year received many changes, one of the main worth noting is a more brutal appearance, as well as the presence of the all-electric version of e-2008.

 In the exterior of the French novelty, it is worth noting a much more pronounced front part, a horizontal false radiator grille, a modified optics, which was borrowed from the city car 208, as well as a proprietary LED “signature” in the shape of a hook.

In terms of size, the new 2008 also became slightly larger – the length increased by 14 centimeters, which consequently slightly stretched the wheelbase.

As you can imagine, the increased size of the car means that a little more space is available for passengers and baggage. Behind the seats, the new 2008 offers 434 liters of cargo space, which is technically an improvement over the previous model, but insignificant. This is partly due to the sloping roof structure, which looks good in profile, but does not significantly affect the internal space.

As for the interior, then anyone who is familiar with the new Peugeot 208 hatchback, will find the interior of the updated crossover quite familiar. Finishing materials have been improved, two digital displays appeared in the cabin – one is a digital dashboard and the other is needed for an infotainment system. The new 2008 is available in four trim levels: Active, Allure, GT Line and GT. All versions are available with gasoline or diesel engines, except, of course, the all-electric e-2008.

Prices for the new crossover 2008 2020 model year are still unknown. Both should be available at the company’s dealerships by the end of 2019.

Not so long ago, we wrote about the “charged” Peugeot 208 GTI.

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