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Peugeot 308 GT Limousine

Mittwoch, 10. Mai. 2017

In the GT version, the Peugeot 308 shows its meaner side. The engine suspension, interior and equipment features are all tailored to assertive drivers -- without any sacrifice of comfort.

The 308 GT comes with two different engines. There's a two-liter diesel with133 kilowatts and six-speed automatic transmission. Alternatively: a more powerful 1-point-6 liter gasoline unit with a six-speed manual transmission sporting 151 kilowatts of output. We'll check out the gasoline version.

The engine has plenty of power, at 1.750 r-p-m already delivering a maximum torque of 285 newton-meters.

Compared to the regular 308, the GT chassis is 10 millimeters lower. And it features sportier shock absorbers.

The interior of the GT is based on the premium-grade features of the "Allure" line. The instruments are lined with trim, and the most important data shows up on a small, central display. The larger monitor in the center console provides even more information, and can be used to change various settings.

Red stitching on the upholstery and the seats are a stylish allusion to the car's sporty qualities.

In the gasoline-powered sedan version, the GT costs just under 30-thousand in Germany. If you prefer automatic, you'll have to opt for the diesel - and shell out another 2-thousand euros.