Peugeot 108 goes five-door only in latest updates
Peugeot has introduced a range of MY21 updates for the 108 city, which will be sold solely as a five-door model going forwards.
Priced from £13,320, the updated model will axe the current three-door variants, making the five-door available across all trim levels: Active, Allure and Collection.
Other updates introduce new paint colours and interior details. The Ural White and Galaxite Grey colour options replace the old Bianca White and Carbon Grey body paints.
The range also continues to include Laser Red, Gallium Grey, Caldera Black, Smooth Green, Antelope Red, Galaxite Grey and Calvi Blue, depending on trim.
The top-spec Collection models gain body-coloured handles, replacing the previous chrome design. In addition, Collection variants feature 15-inch ‘Thorren’ alloy wheels with orange centre wheel caps.
The interior on Collection models is updated with new orange detailing and yellow stitching. In a further change, the interior design theme will be linked to the exterior paint colour of the car when selecting the Smooth Green or Calvi Blue paint options. All other body colours for Collection trim will feature a gloss black with grained black interior ambiance.
‘Active’ models will continue to offer the white-themed interior trims and a Charcoal Grey ambience, while Allure will also offer an additional gloss black centre console ambience.
All 108 models will continue to be powered by the 1.0-litre three-cylinder S&S engine, available exclusively with a five-speed manual gearbox.