Peugeot Launches 2008 and 3008 Crossway Editions in France
Jul 11, 2014 11:36
Peugeot has announced two new “Crossway” special edition models for the 2008 and 3008 crossovers in France. Both will go on sale in July, and will be displayed at the Paris Auto Show in October.
The 2008 Crossway is based on the Allure trim level and features 17 inch Eridan Gris Mat alloy-wheels, darkened rear windows, compass plates on the front wings and a compass sticker at the rear. It also features the Peugeot LED track ambiance lighting. Engine options include the 1.6-liter VTi 120 BVM5, 1.6-liter e-HDi 92 BVM5 and 1.6-liter e-HDi 115 BVM6.
The Peugeot 3008 Crossway features similar equipment, with standard features including WIP Nav Plus navigation system, parking sensors, head-up display, and the Pack Aventure. Optional extras include the Grip Control system, rearview camera, metallic or pearl-effect paints and the Pack Vision.
The 3008 Crossway is offered with three engine options: 1.6-liter HDi 115 BVM6, 1.6-liter e-HDi FAP 115 ETG6 and 2.0-liter HDi 150 BVM6.
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