A couple days ago, Peugeot Philippines has officially introduced to the local market 3 all-new flagship SUVs in its lineup, namely Peugeot 3008, 5008 and 2008. Let’s check them out to see whether these vehicles are worth of your consideration.
Three flagship SUVs of Peugeot: 2008, 3008 and 5008
“We are very excited to be unveiling these three new vehicles to the Philippine media for the first time. Peugeot’s new SUV range represents the brand’s bold move into the future,” said Mr. Glen Dasig – Peugeot PH President
Driven the all-new 3008 is a 1.6-liter turbocharged engine
The new 3008 is available at P2,590,000
The stylish Peugeot 3008 seems to be the most outstanding vehicle among all. Under the hood of the all-new 3008 is a 1.6-liter turbocharged engine which is paired with a 6-speed automatic gearbox. Worth mentioning is that the 2018 model year compact SUV comes equipped with a handful of exciting updates, such as the 2n-generation Peugeot iCockpit and a pleasant massage function. The new 3008 is available at P2,590,000.
The 5008 gets a new wheelbase which is 16.5cm longer than that of the 3008
Price for the 5008 still remains unveiled
Moving on to the 7-seat 5008, all information disclosed by the French brand at the moment includes a new wheelbase, which is 16.5cm longer than that of the 3008, and the addition of the new iCockpit. According to latest car news, the price for the Peugeot 5008 will be announced soon. So stay stuned!
The previous 2008 was launched in the Philippine market in 2015
Under the hood of the 2008 crossover is a 1.2-liter gasoline engine
The last one presented at the launch is the Peugeot 2008 which arrived to the local market 2 years ago. Priced at P1,490,000, the small crossover is powered by a 1.2-liter gasoline engine.
Speaking of the newly-introduced models, Peugeot PH President Mr. Glen Dasig stated that all three SUVs now owns improved stability and offers less body roll thanks to lighter yet stronger frames, lower center of gravity and most importantly, a unique Advanced Grip Control instead of the 4x4 systems equipped in most SUV cars.
Please bear in mind that the prices mentioned in our article are not yet included the new excise taxes. Philkotse.com will keep readers informed if there is any update from Peugeot.
So, what do you think of these sleek French crossovers?