Expected price of 2023 Peugeot 308 revealed
PeugeotOur agents have sent the estimated price of 308 hatch and wagon lines for potential buyers, ahead of most of the range launching in the fourth quarter of 2022.
Pricing for 2023 Peugeot 308 range is set to start at $43,990 before on-road expenses give GT Hatchand extended to $66,990 before on-road costs give GT Sport Hatch Plug-in Hybrid.
As specified by Peugeot Australia CEO, Kate Gillis, local pricing and specifications will see 308 competition at the premium end of the market.
As such, it will compete with vehicles like Cupra Leon, Volkswagen Golf Course, Audi A3and Mercedes-Benz A-Classas well as the new generation Honda Civic.
The previous generation Peugeot 308 will be discontinued locally in 2021 and the cost between $31,490 driveway for the Allure hatch and $36,490 for the GT-Line.
That makes the new model a much more expensive proposition – although Peugeot is no longer alone in adopting this approach.
This price difference between the gasoline-powered and plug-in hybrid model is very similar Peugeot 508 and 3008 model price list.
The single wagon variant, the Peugeot 308 GT Premium Wagon, starts at $50,990 before on-road costs, $2000 more expensive than the equivalent hatch.
Indicated prices for the Peugeot 308 2023 range are as follows
- 2023 Peugeot 308 GT Hatch: $43,990
- 2023 Peugeot 308 GT Premium Hatch: $48,990
- 2023 Peugeot 308 GT Premium Wagon: $50,990
- 2023 Peugeot 308 GT Sport Hatch Plug-In Hybrid: $66,990
All prices are before on-line costs.
Peugeot notes that the final price will be announced along with the full list of standard specifications.
Meanwhile, it has provided a short breakdown for the majority of models.
Input level Peugeot 308 GT Hatch get a 10-inch touchscreen infotainment system, LED taillights with 3D ‘swipe effects’ and welcome light chains, Alcantara trim, as well as black full-grain Nappa leather upholstery with upper stitching same charcoal gray ‘Tramontane’.
On top of what’s standard on the GT Hatch, mid-range specs GT Premium Variants get 18-inch black alloy wheels, a panoramic glass sunroof, a Focal premium sound system, heated front seats with massage function, Nappa leather upholstery, a surround-view camera, and lane-assistance assist. road and semi-automatic parking.
Peugeot has yet to reveal any standard specs for the flagship GT Sport Hatch Plug-In Hybrid, but says that information will be “announced in the coming months”.
In terms of exterior paint colors, both the 308 hatch and the wagon are available in six different colors, with each body style offering slightly different offerings.
2023 Peugeot 308 has the following exterior paint colors, depending on the vehicle model:
- Olivine Green (Hatch only)
- Vertigo Blue (Hatch only)
- Avatar Blue (only for wagons)
- Platinum Gray (Wagon only)
- Black Nera
- Artense Gray
- Elixir Red
- White pearl
The standard paint color on the 308 hatch is Olivine Green, and the 308 wagon is Avatar Blue. All other paints cost an extra $690, in addition to Vertigo Blue, Elixir Red, and Pearl White, which cost an extra $1050.
Like previous report, 308s run on gasoline use one 1.2 liter turbocharged three-cylinder engine manufacturing 96kW power and 230Nm torque, mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The 308 GT Sport Hatch Plug-in Hybrid use one 1.6 liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine 132kW mated with a Electric motor 81kW and eight-speed automatic. The total output of the system is 165kW and 360Nmwhile the EV range is confirmed to be 59km on tighter WLTP cycles.
Peugeot recently revealed electric versions of 308 hatchbacks and wagons – and they may join the petrol and PHEV range in Australia at some point.
Although not involved in our market, Peugeot Australia CEO Kate Gillis said revealing the e-308 is “very exciting and we can confirm that the e-308 is being evaluated for the market.” Australia as part of our electrification journey.”
Since it doesn’t arrive in Europe until mid-2023, it’s unlikely we’ll see the e-308 locally for a while.
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