The All-New 2019 Peugeot 208 can be ordered now with prices starting from £ 16,250. It’s will go on sale with the 2019 Peugeot e-208 with the first consumer vehicles arriving in 2020. The 2019 Peugeot 208 will go head to head with the Renault Clio, SEAT Ibiza, and the all-electric Ford Fiesta. It’s also more expensive than any model, however, so Peugeot can expect to win over buyers with a new 208 eye-catching design. The three grades are available for gasoline and diesel vehicles, and they are similar to the levels of the Peugeot 208 hatchback plug. Normally for the first time, combine wheels, headlights, touch controls, and speed brakes.
Mid-range Allure adds larger wheels, Peugeot’s 3D i-Cockpit software and LED rear lights, while the top-end GT Line offers rear parking, rear-facing cameras, rear-facing passengers and the rear. pedestrian and LED headlights.
2019 Peugeot 208 Design
2019 208 has been redesigned, a poor design with an improved Peugeot 508 that is already on sale. New designs include a black LED light running across the rear and displaying LED lights in front. The car looks particularly sporty in the GT lineup, which introduces wider wheels and larger wheels. Key signs for the e-208 electric model include several well-known Peugeot lions and e-208 badge instructors, as well as a physical display.
2019 Peugeot 208 Interior
Introduced to the new Peugeot 208 is a 3D i-Cockpit layout, which includes a digital dashboard we have never seen in any Peugeot models. It uses a distraction method to create a false representation of 3D images. The black piano is a useful environment around the counter and has seven electrical lines on the handle that meet the standard. If this isn’t enough, higher-end releases like the GT Line get a 10-inch screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Higher-end cabinets also offer exterior interior and gray Alcantara chairs.
2019 Peugeot 208 Engine
Four engines will be available through launch, in addition to the standard generator. The cheapest engine is the 74bhp 1.2-liter non-turbocharged gasoline mated to a five-speed manual, which is only available via Active trim. Next up is the turbocharged version of the three-cylinder 1.2-liter, with a choice of 99 or 128bhp. The automatic engine is standard on the latter and optional on the previous one, with a manual-gearbox on the 99bhp engine model. The 1.5-liter four-cylinder BlueHDi with 99bhp is the diesel option and comes with a six-speed manual gearbox.
The all-new 2019 Peugeot e-208 generates 100kW of electricity that generates 134bhp and is powered by a 50kWh battery. The range of 211 miles is confirmed, with three options for charging: 20+ hours using standard three-pin connectors, eight hours with wall boxes and 80% charge in 30 minutes with a table of 100kW speed charged.
2019 Peugeot 208 Safety
In fact, the 208 scored four out of five stars in the Euro NCAP crash in 2019, where other cars of this type like the new Renault Clio had a total of five. This could be disappointing news for Peugeot, as most cars achieve the full five-star safety rating. The new 208 scored well in all categories but lost points because of poor protection for returning passengers, which is something buyers of the new 208 should consider. if they always take the old ones back. The absence of a fifth star does not make the 208 a bad car. There are a plethora of driver assistance options available, from steering the cruise control to the lane-keeping assist line, car signage recognition to blind-spot monitoring. It also addresses the 2019 Peugeot 208 patrol car, which operates at speeds of more than 40mph and detects the steering wheel to be alert.