FANDOM


Peugeot308 01
Peugeot 308 I
Peugeot
aka Type aka here, not up there
Production 2008-2013
Class Small family car
Body Style 5 dr Hatchback, 5 dr Wagon, Coupe Convertible(CC)
Length 4276 mm
Width 2038 mm
Height 1519 mm
Wheelbase 2608 mm
Weight 1362-1387 kg (XS)
1397 kg (XS HDI)
1387 kg (XSE)
1402-1430 kg (XSE Turbo)
1496-1522 kg (XSE HDI)
1430 kg (XTE)
1522 kg (XTE HDI)
Transmission 5 speed Manual
4 speed Automatic
6 speed Manual
6 speed Automatic, FWD
Engine 1.6L 16 valve 4 cylinder Petrol

1.6L (1560 cc) 16 valve 4 cylinder Turbo Diesel

1.6L 16 valve 4 cylinder Turbo Petrol

2.0L 16 valve 4 cylinder Turbo Diesel

1.6L (1598 cc) 16 valve 4 cylinder Turbo Diesel

Power 1.6L Petrol

88 kW @ 6000 rpm
160 Nm of torque @ 4250 rpm

1560 cc Turbo Diesel

80 kW @ 4000 rpm
240 Nm of torque @ 1750 rpm

1.6L Turbo Petrol

110 kW @ 5800 rpm
240 Nm of torque @ 1400 rpm

1598 cc Turbo Diesel

100 kW @ 4000 rpm
320 Nm of torque @ 2000 rpm

Similar Citroen C4
Renault Megane
Designer Designer (lead designer if it was a team effort)

Use the following MODEL TEMPLATE as the foundation for the Autopedia's Model page:

Start off with a brief Introduction to the particular MODEL. Please DO NOT use the same Introduction text from the <MODEL> Review page, but rather paraphrase ideas relevant to grasp an overall scope of the vehicle.

Please include the following line at the bottom of this section. Please replace <MODEL> Review with the proper text:

See Autopedia's comprehensive <MODEL> Review.

Recent ChangesEdit

  • For 2011, Peugeot puts its GTi badge to work again with a hotted up version called the 308 GTi 200HP. Starting at €26,900, the 5-door only GTi slaps a twin-scroll turbocharger on the 308's 1.6 litre THP Inline-4 to produce 200 hp @ 5500-6800 rpm and 202.8 lb-ft (275 Nm) of torque @ 1700-4500 rpm. The power is then routed to the front wheels by way of a 6-speed Manual. 0-100 kph is dealt with in 7.7 seconds and finishing the 1000 m sprint in 27.8 seconds. Despite this, the GTi 200HP still returns an average fuel consumption of 6.9 lt/100km or 34.1mpg US with 159 g/km of CO2. The chassis, suspension, steering, and ride height has also been tuned to allow the car to take full advantage of the newfound power. The wheels are now shod, as well, with 340 mm diameter brake discs at the front and 290 mm at the rear. Styling tweaks are pretty subtle and are limited to carbon-style insert under the front bumper, a lower front panel derived from the 308 CC, roof spoiler, a rear diffuser finished in Perla Nera black, GTI badges, twin chrome exhaust pipes, sports seats at the front, aluminum foot rest and gear knob, leather sport steering wheel with a flattened bottom and thumb rests, piano black fascia trim and 18-inch alloy wheels coated in 225/40 R18 sport tires. The hot hatch goes on sale, in France, on June 10, 2010. [1]
  • Peugeot Australia released a 2010 limited edition Sportium based on the XSE. It features 17 inch 'Stromboli' alloy wheels, USB port with Bluetooth connectivity, sports leather wrapped steering wheel, aluminium highlights and more. [2]
  • As expected, Peugeot has launched a coupe-convertible variant of the 308 subcompact. The 308CC debuts just in time for the 2009 model year with an official unveiling in October 2008's Paris Motor Show. [3][4]
  • For the 2009 MY, Peugeot added a wagon variant to the 308 lineup at the 2008 Geneva Motor Show. The 308 SW is powered by a range of engine choices: the Petrol lineup consist of the naturally aspirated 95 HP 1.4-liter and 120 HP 1.6-liter units as well as the 1.6-liter turbocharged unit available with 140 HP (Auto), 150 HP and 175 HP while Diesel options include the 90 HP 1.4-liter, 110 HP 1.6-liter and 136 HP 1.6-liter. Replacing the outgoing 307 SW, the new wagon has also grown in size. Its wheelbase is now 100 mm longer and rear overhang has increased by 124 mm. The car is expected to go on sale by the summer of 2008. [5]
  • For the 2009 MY, Peugeot will also add its range-topper variant: the 308 GT. Debuting at the same show as the SW, the GT sports a 1.6 litre turbo-charged THP 175 HP petrol engine, previously found in the 207 GTi THP 175 attached to a 6-speed manual tranny. Acceleration figures are pegged 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 8.3 sec on to a top speed of 140 mph – 225 km/h. - The car also sports a revised bodywork and exclusive interior accoutrements. The car goes on sale in Europe during the Spring of 2008.[6]

Styles and Major OptionsEdit

Certain vehicles come in different trim levels or body styles. Features and major options should be mentioned here.

PricingEdit

Add more fields as necessary.

MODEL Trims
Trim1 Trim2 Trim3 Trim4
MSRP
$Price1 $Price2 $Price3 $Price4
Invoice
$Price1 $Price2 $Price3 $Price4

Gas MileageEdit

Add more fields as necessary.

As seen on the FuelEconomy.gov website, the City/Highway MPG averages are as follows:

Trim
Trim1 Trim2 Trim3 Trim4
MPG
c/h c/h c/h c/h

Engine and TransmissionEdit

Engine

1.6L 16 valve 4 cylinder Petrol

  • 4 cylinder DOHC 16 valve
  • 1598 cc
  • Bore:77 mm/Stroke:85.8 mm
  • Induction type: EMI injection

1.6L (1560 cc) 16 valve 4 cylinder Turbo Diesel

  • 4 cylinder DOHC 16 valve
  • 1560 cc
  • Bore:75 mm/Stroke: 88.3 mm
  • Induction type: Turbo Diesel

1.6L 16 valve 4 cylinder Turbo Petrol

  • 4 cylinder DOHC 16 valve
  • 1598 cc
  • Bore:77mm/85.8 mm
  • Induction type: Turbo Petrol

1.6L (1598 cc) 16 valve 4 cylinder Turbo Diesel

  • 4 cylinder DOHC 16 valve
  • 1598 cc
  • Bore:77mm/Stroke:85.8mm
  • Induction type: Turbo Petrol

2.0L 16 valve 4 cylinder Turbo Diesel

  • 4 cylinder DOHC 16 valve
  • 1997 cc
  • Bore:85mm/Stroke:88mm

PerformanceEdit

Please make sure to write information of the vehicle's performance in a third-person point of view. This section should include information about the car's acceleration figures, handling, braking, etc.

If using information gathered from Road Test articles from a reputable automotive source, then please make sure to cite the quote.

ReliabilityEdit

Warranty options and scheduled maintainence information should be mentioned here.

SafetyEdit

This section should reference points on safety ratings and features of the vehicle.

PhotosEdit

Add Photos of the vehicle here.

Please make sure not to use copyrighted photos.

ColorsEdit

List the colors that the particular <MODEL> is offered in.

Main CompetitorsEdit

Hybrid ModelsEdit

If there are hybrid versions of this vehicle manufactured, then please elaborate a little bit on it here.

Unique AttributesEdit

If there are any features of this vehicle that sets it apart from other vehicles in its class, then mention those unique attributes here.

InteriorEdit

This section should include information on the interior's design, build quality, ergonomics, space (head and legroom, front and rear), features, stowage compartments and overall comfortability and livability. Add pictures wherever applicable and keep information in a third-person point of view.

Resale ValuesEdit

Add more fields as necessary.

<MODEL> Year
Year X Year X-2 Year X-3 Year X-4
Resale Value
$ $ $ $

CriticismsEdit

Please make sure to keep critiques in a third-person point of view. If using criticisms from a reputable automotive source, then please make sure to cite the quote.

GenerationsEdit

Fill in as many as appropriate. Add more if necessary and pictures wherever applicable.

Please make sure NOT to use copyrighted pictures.

Current Generation: (YYYY–present)Edit

Fifth generation (YYYY–YYYY)Edit

Fourth generation (YYYY–YYYY)Edit

Third generation (YYYY–YYYY)Edit

Second generation (YYYY–YYYY)Edit

First Generation/Origins (YYYY–YYYY)Edit

WorldwideEdit

If the vehicle is sold in other markets worldwide, then this is the section to mention that information. Also, mention if the <MODEL> goes by another name in these other markets.

Design quirks and odditiesEdit

In 2008, a third fuel economy world record is broken by a stock standard 308 1.6 HDi that covered a total distance of 14,580 kilometres (more than twice the distance of the Earth's equator) at an average fuel consumption of 3.13 L/100km. [7]

AwardsEdit

List out notable awards that the model has recieved while in production. Boldface the company or organization that gives out the award, and Italicize the name of the award.

See AlsoEdit

4007hi09
PEUGEOT

PSA Peugeot Citroën


Peugeot | Citroën | Gefco | Motaquip


Current: 107 · 1007 · 207 · 408 · 4007 · 508 · 807 · Bipper Tepee · Partner · Partner Tepee · Partner Crew · 3008 · 5008 · 308 RCZ · iOn EV · Hoggar · 308 (2nd gen)

Historic: 604 · 402 · Type 4 · 504 · 505 · 405 · 305/309 · 205 · 406 · 307 · 307 SW BioFlex · 306 · 206 · 106 · 407 · 607 · 308 (1st gen)

Racing: 405 T16 Paris-Dakar Rally Car · 405 T16 Pikes Peak Rally Car · 905 · 206 WRC · 307 WRC · 908 HDi FAP · 908 HY · RCZ Nurburgring 24hr · 205 T16 Rally Car · 90X LMP

Concept: 207 SW Outdoor · 908RC · 207 RCup · Moovie · 20Cup · Coupé 407 Prologue · 907 · Quark · 1007 RC · 407 Silhouette · 407 Elixir · Hoggar Concept · 4002 Leon · 807 Grand Tourisme · RC · RC Diamonds · RC Spades · H2O · 307 CC · 607 Pescarolo · Sesame · Moonster · e-Doll · Vroomster · Bobslid · Kart Up · 607 Feline · 306 HDI · 206 Escapade · 20C · 806 Runabout · Nautilus · Touareg · Asphalte · Toscana · Tulip · Ion · Oxia · Proxima · Quasar · 308 RC Z · Safari Heuliez · 308 SW Prologue · 308 Hybride HDi Concept · Flux Concept · Bipper Beep Beep Concept · RC HYmotion4 Concept · Prologue Concept · RC HYmotion3 Concept · RD Concept · 3008 HYbrid4 Concept · RCZ HYbrid4 Concept · BB1 Concept · HYbrid3 Evolution Concept · SR1 Concept · 5 by Peugeot Concept · EX1 Concept · HR1 Concept


Iran Khodro · Dongfeng Peugeot-Citroën Automobile · Toyota Peugeot Citroën Automobile · Sevel · Peugeot Design Competition


Armand Peugeot Corporate website A division of Peugeot-Citroen PSA



External LinksEdit

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.