Peugeot 108 gets updated interior and more personalisation options

Published 10 July 2020

The Peugeot 108 city car has been updated for 2020 with new personalisation options and interior upgrades. Starting from £12,785, the 108 is available to order now.

Peugeot's city car gets some minor updates, including a new electric roof option colour. The Gentle Green retractable electric fabric roof is fitted as standard on Collection and TOP! Collection models, depending on the exterior colour chosen, and replaces the previous Green Fizz finish.

Smooth Green, Diamond White, Zircon Grey, Raven Black and Antelope Red paintwork colour choices - with Smooth Green also featuring as an option on the interior colour scheme.

Inside, new White Line Jusa and Green Line Jusa trims bring the interior up to date, in place of the previous White Square Jusa and Green Square Jusa trim options.

PEUGEOT 108 Interior

Two new exterior personalisation themes include Green ‘Vector’ and Grey ‘Vector’ options, which add stylish graphics around the headlights and door pillars, and replace the previous Brushed Alu Speed and White Speed themes.

Prices for the 108 hatch start from £12,785 for the three door Active with the 73PS 1.0-litre petrol engine and five-speed manual gearbox. The TOP! range now starts from Allure trim with prices for the 108 TOP! Allure 1.0-litre five-speed manual starting from £15,540.

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Comments

Falkirk Bairn    on 13 July 2020

£13K to almost £16K for an entry level 1 litre car?

Prices of all cars have risen lately.

New model = Price rise, 2021 tweeks = Price rise.

Subaru - flat £5000 on all cars in January

Do manufacturers not understand the nation is on its knees?

gavsmit    on 14 July 2020

£13K to almost £16K for an entry level 1 litre car? Prices of all cars have risen lately. New model = Price rise, 2021 tweeks = Price rise. Subaru - flat £5000 on all cars in January Do manufacturers not understand the nation is on its knees?

I know - it's ridiculous isn't it?

The car manufacturers have brainwashed easily-led people into taking on finance deals so those people are concentrating on monthly costs rather than the horrendous list price....and in the meantime the car makers have been hiking those prices up all the time.

Also, have you noticed how many mid-life 'facelifts' are almost unrecognisable these days? That's because nothing much has changed but they're a good excuse to whack a few more grand on the list price.

I have a theory that rather than reduce the huge price of EVs over time as everyone is hoping for when batteries get cheaper, the car makers are closing the price gap with ICE cars by inflating ICE car prices artificially instead.

I was waiting for the Hyundai i10 N Line (mildly sporty) trim to be released to consider replacing my current i10 - then they've just announced it will cost £16,195 but you'll have to pay £17,195 to get it with all the kit you'd expect to be standard!

That's approaching £20k for a tiny city car that does 0-60 in 10.5 seconds so can't even be described as a warm hatch, let alone a hot one! Outrageous - I'll keep my current car for as long as I can.

I've almost completely lost interest in new cars now thanks to the greed of manufacturers - and for a lifelong car enthusiast such as myself, that's very sad.

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