The Peugeot 108 launches new colors

Peugeot 108

The small urbanite French premieres new colours to provide a greater degree of customization.

If something good has the Peugeot 108 as well as other urbanites of the segment, is that they offer high levels of customization. Are the cars ideal to configure them to our liking and follow the marked tendency to be to the fashion and have a car that will represent us within the jungles of cement that have become the big cities. And yes, it is not the only advantage offered by these small vehicles, although this is one of the most appreciated by their drivers.

In the case of Peugeot 108, the new generation that came on the market a little over a year, he did so with a wide range of possibilities and configuration options. We can opt for a body of five as three-door, as well as a variant convertible (retractable canvas roof) under the name of TOP!, in addition, to this we must add a wide variety of colors and wheel designs.

And speaking of the colors, Peugeot Spain has confirmed the arrival of new combinations of colors to the range of 108. A total of four new combinations that are in addition to those already available to further increase the customization options.

Peugeot 108

The Peugeot 108 combining the black Boiler with the grey Carlinite.

In particular, these are the new colour combinations we can do in the Peugeot range 108:

  • Gray Gallium, and Red Scarlet.
  • Gray Gallium, and White Lipizan.
  • Black Boiler and Grey Carlinite.
  • Blue Smalt and White Lipizan.

on the other hand, and as we talk about the Spanish range of the Peugeot 108, let us remember that it is currently composed by a total of two endings: Active and Allure. The standard equipment of the 108 (set by the finishing Active) is composed among other elements for daytime running headlamps, central locking, wheels 14 inches, air conditioning, manual, speed limiter and system Mirror Screen with 7-inch display with connection to USB, Bluetooth and Jack.

And along with these finishes, two engines available. Both of gasoline. For a part we have a engine 1.2-liter PureTech with 82 CV associated with a gearbox five-speed manual while, on the other hand, we have a engine 1.0-litre VTI 68 HP available coupled to a gearbox driven five-speed transmission (ETG5). The latest engine, the more decaffeinated offers better fuel consumption figures and emissions. In particular, we speak of an average consumption of 4.2 liters per 100 km and 97 g/km of CO2.