This compact runabout little four-seater is offered in a 5-door body style, a choice of Active or Allure trims and up to 11 different personalisation themes. It is powered by a 'fiesty' 1.0 68bhp or a 1.2, 82bhp PureTech petrol engine, matched to manual or ecomatique gearboxes. A TOP cabrio model with an electric fabric roof is also available. A level one Access model and 3-door body style will arrive at a future date.
Standard features include six airbags, Hill Assist, a tyre pressure warning system, ESP, front electric windows, remote central locking, LED daytime running lights and a spare wheel. The Active model also includes a 7-inch colour touch screen with Mirrorlink technology, air conditioning, 15-inch wheels, electric/heated door mirrors, Bluetooth and a height adjustable driver's seat. Priced from €14,920, plus delivery charges, Allure level three models gain a reverse parking camera, automatic headlights, front fogs, 15-inch alloy wheels, smart entry Keyless Go, a leather steering wheel and rev counter.
The 1.0 Ecomatique version is a little pricier than the entry level at €14,090 while the higher specced Allure version is €15,370. The 1.2 Active is priced from €13,590.
The Peugeot 108 is one of the trio of small cars produced by Toyota and Peugeot-Citroen (Toyota's Aygo and Citroen's C1 are already on sale). It's now nine years since the originals of these three cars were launched.