Following the successful launch of the Peugeot 208, which has already achieved over 30,000 UK sales to date, along with the subsequent release of the 208 GTi, Peugeot is celebrating the historical success of this series with the story of a very reliable 205.
With the new ’13-plate registrations entering the market on Friday, Peugeot Dealerships across the UK are well-placed with an extensive range of models that includes Hatchbacks, Saloons, SWs, People Carriers, Crossovers, Compact MPVs, Coupé Cabriolets and Sport Coupés, plus a comprehensive four model van range.
The relationship between Peugeot and Total, with the objective of improving vehicle energy performance, has produced a breakthrough project with the 208 HYbrid FE – providing an enhanced driving experience (0 to 62mph in just 8.0 seconds) and very low CO2 emissions (just 49g/km).
On the 15th February 1983 the 205 was born. Although the 201, 202, 203 and 204 came before it, it would be the 205 that really put Peugeot on the world map.
The new Peugeot 208 helped Peugeot UK get off to a great start in 2013 with sales volumes of cars and light commercials up 6% when compared with January 2012.
With the 2008, Peugeot capitalises on its expertise, acquired with the success of the award-winning 3008 Crossover, to create an innovative vehicle for the B segment.
Young drivers are now, more than ever, feeling the financial challenge of owning a car and this, along with ever increasing costs associated with motoring, means fewer young people are buying and maintaining vehicles.
Peugeot is revealing not one, but two concept cars in Geneva, which present two expressions of the Marque’s upmarket trend in the supermini segment.