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Peugeot is one of the oldest car manufacturers in the sector. His career spans more than a hundred years and over the last few years he has managed to create a model range enviable. The micro urban 108 (developed together with Toyota and Citroën) is the one who opens the range and proposes 3 and 5-door bodies with TOP versions with a canvas roof.

El urban 208 It is one of the most important models of Peugeot. Its range is one of the widest in the segment and its dynamic qualities are at a high level. It has two body types, in 3 and 5 doors, and GTi and GTi by Peugeot Sport sports versions with 208 hp and different settings. In addition, its BlueHDi diesel mechanics (in 75 and 100 hp) are among the most frugal in the segment.

Of the wide range that Peugeot offers, an important part of the sales is taken by the compact 308. The current generation is closer in quality, design, behavior and technology to the best in the category. Their mechanical range has the famous PureTech petrol and BlueHDi diesel blocks. Among them are the GTi by Peugeot Sport versions with 250 and 270 hp and devilishly good dynamic behavior. In addition, it has a more versatile SW family version that improves load capacity.

If we have to talk about medium saloons, the Peugeot 508 He is one of the best representatives in the generalist league. It has been on the market for a few years, but its manufacturing quality, behavior and diesel (BlueHDi) and gasoline (PureTech) mechanics bring it closer to products with a higher cache. It has a family version SW and one jacket type (equipped with HYbrid4 technology, diesel-electric with 200 hp power) called RXH.

La Peugeot SUV range is composed of the families 2008, 3008 and the newly launched 5008. The former was born as a single model from its inception and the latter are the second generations of the old minivans that the brand has marketed. The Peugeot 3008 has won the prestigious Car Of The Year 2017 award and it has a mechanical range and technology that make it one of the new references in its category.

The Peugeot 5008 It is the same car as the 3008 although it has nuances. Its internal capacity is greater, because has space for up to 7 occupants. In addition, the two seats in the third row are retractable and removable, with which its trunk capacity grows slightly. From the smallest (2008) to the most capable (5008) they have diesel (BlueHDi) and gasoline (PureTech) mechanics as well as a improved traction system called Grip Control (none of the models can mount traction to the two axes or as an option).

As for more playful Peugeot models we have the tepee family. The Beeper and Partner They are the equivalents to Citroën's Nemo and Berlingo and are among the most demanded in their respective segments. One step above we have the newcomer Traveler Combi, the sister version of the Citroën SpaceTourer and Toyota Proace Verso. All, at the same time, they have their respective replica in industrial versions; also adding to the Boxer model.

To finish, it is worth mentioning the Peugeot electric range. The first is the micro urban Ion, twin brother of the Mitsubishi i-Miev and Citroën C-Zero. The Zero Emissions range of the French brand closes on Partner Electric which is manufactured together with the e-Berlingo in Vigo (Spain).
history of peugeot
Peugeot is one of the best-known French car manufacturers and is part of the group PSA Peugeot Citroën. Although it currently only manufactures cars and motorcycles, in the past it manufactured bicycles and coffee grinders. The brand is known for highly relevant models in Europe such as the 205, 206 or 405. As a Peugeot group, it bought Citroën from Michelin in 1974 and in 1977 it bought its European division from Chrysler, and the Talbot era began. From 1980 it became PSA Peugeot Citroën

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