The updated Peugeot 208 has arrived in South Africa. The main exterior updates include the new grille and headlights, while the latter also incorporates daytime… Read more →
Volkswagen’s recently refreshed Polo faces some stylish and well-specced opposition in a potential curtain raiser to next year’s Top 12 Best Buys…
Top 12 Best Buys for 2014 – Light Hatchback: Peugeot 208
From rallying to a brief stint in Formula One through to the Dakar, Peugeot has been through it all. Since its departure from Le Mans the… Read more →
We take a closer look at the Peugeot 208 light hatchback range, which was launched late 2012.
A comparative test of 9 B-segment cars. Each of these hatches can be had for about R200 000 and less, but which one should you choose?
The B-segment hatchback market is a difficult one to penetrate. It’s ruled by the likes of the Volkswagen Polo and Ford Fiesta when it comes to premium feel and reliability, and by the Kia Rio and Hyundai i20 when it comes to overall value for money. Anyone wanting to break into it had better offer a little bit of both. So, where does the new Peugeot 208 fit in?
Peugeot has released its first promotional video of the 208 GTi showing the pint-sized, 147 kW hot hatch tackling a sinuous mountain pass while treating us to a hearty engine note. The Peugeot 208 GTi is expected to reach our shores towards the end of 2013.
Peugeot’s 208 XY concept has received the production go-ahead and will become the range-topping model in the line-up shortly after its Paris Motor Show debut.
Peugeot will attempt to harness all that was good about the legendary 205 GTI when it unveils its new 208 GTI at the Paris Motor Show later this month.