New Peugeot 1.6 HDI 100 hp, the most efficient of the range

peugeot 308 style Nuevo Peugeot 1.6 HDI de 100 CV, el más eficiente de la gama

Peugeot 308 Style

Since its launch, the Peugeot 308 has received virtually complete renewal of its range of engines. The VTI gasoline have given way to PureTech, both atmospheric and turbocharged and Euro 5 diesel are being relieved by the most modern and efficient Euro 6 BlueHDI technology. One of the missing to come was the BlueHDI 100 hp 1.6 equipped with Stop & Start.

The PSA 1.6 HDI engine has always stood out for their good performance, being a fairly refined mechanics, with good power and torque delivery and especially efficient. In this new generation of engines BlueHDI these engines are a little more power and are more environmentally friendly. The engine gets 100 horsepower approve the Peugeot 308 3.6 liters per 100 and CO2 emissions of only 94 grams per kilometer. It is the most efficient engine in the range of Peugeot 308.


You are called to replace the 1.6 HDI 92 horses, which accredits 3.7 liters in the combined cycle, a difference which highlights the Stop & Start your substitute. The gearbox remains five-speed manual and the difference in price is 200 euros, the most expensive new BlueHDI 100 horses. The mechanical BlueHDI retain the mandatory particulate filter, but add a injecting AdBlue SCR catalyst to reduce up to 90% of nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particles 99.9%.

In ActualidadMotor we tested several versions of the 308 range, as PureTech SW 1.2 Turbo 130 hp, the 1.6 HDI 115 hp or 308 GT diesel and gasoline.

Price Peugeot 308 1.6 100 hp BlueHDi

Motor Change Body finish Price
BlueHDI 100 hp 1.6 Manual 5v 5 doors Access € 16,850
BlueHDI 100 hp 1.6 Manual 5v 5 doors Active € 18,500
BlueHDI 100 hp 1.6 Manual 5v 5 doors Style € 18,650
BlueHDI 100 hp 1.6 Manual 5v SW Access € 17,650
BlueHDI 100 hp 1.6 Manual 5v SW Active € 19,300

Source – Peugeot

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Article New Peugeot 1.6 HDI 100 hp, the most efficient of the range was originally published in Current Motor.

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