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An engine range which is powerful…and parsimonious!

 

All this effort expended on vehicle architecture and weight reduction is a major factor in the never-ending search for reduction in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. But that is not all. Aerodynamic design and optimised external dimensions lead to an excellent CxA of 0.76 m2 (on the best versions). And the use of Ultra Low Rolling Resistance (ULRR) tyres in 17" and 18" or even a 19''slimline fitment developed by Michelin (205 55 R19) also contribute to the efficiency of the new Peugeot 3008.

 

Finally, whether petrol or Diesel, the new Peugeot 3008 SUV in Europe benefits from a range of Euro6.1 engines which are powerful….yet give ultra-low consumption.

 

Hence, all petrol versions are best in Class in their power range! The 1,2L PureTech 130 S&S engine posts from 115g CO2 / km whilst the 1.6L THP 165 S&S 6-speed auto emits only 129 g/km of CO2. There are 4 power-plants in the range:

  • 1.2L PureTech 130 S&S 6SMT (6-speed manual transmission) in standard and very-low consumption versions
  • 1.2L PureTech 130 S&S 6-speed auto
  • 1.6L THP 165 S&S 6-speed auto

For Diesels, BlueHDi technology keeps emissions for the range between 100 and 121 g/km of CO2 for power outputs of 100, 120 and 150 hp. The 1.6L BlueHDi and 2.0L BlueHDi installations are also among the best on the market:

  • 1.6L BlueHDi 100 S&S BVM5
  • 1.6L BlueHDi 120 S&S 6SMT (6-speed manual transmission) in standard and very-low consumption versions
  • 1.6L BlueHDi 120 S&S 6-speed auto
  • 2.0L BlueHDi 150 S&S 6SMT (6-speed manual transmission)
  • 2.0L BlueHDi 180 S&S 6-speed auto

Looking at the above engine options, likely Singapore will be getting the 1.2L PureTech with 130 horsepower (to qualify for a cat A COE). And again, where to get that type of tyre size??

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5th Gear (edited)

centre console has design cues from ds5 but less cluttered

granted the 1st gen 3008 on Platform 2 was a bit...hit and miss as its a downsize 5008/c4gp and more a mini mpv, this on the lighter EMP2 with bigger room will be much better

 

my prediction, selling like hot cakes like 308 (the current in showroom model)

 

local engine options should be the 1.6 blue hdi and the 1.6 thp 165 (for best power delivery), but they might bring in 1.2T (but not much sense since 130 SS engine is cat b liao)

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local engine options should be the 1.6 blue hdi and the 1.6 thp 165 (for best power delivery), but they might bring in 1.2T (but not much sense since 130 SS engine is cat b liao)

Confirm it s in Cat A not B. As it s 129hp.

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Confirm it s in Cat A not B. As it s 129hp.

 

unless u are peugeot autofrance management dont be so sure

129 is just a declared wayang figure

declare what u want when the time comes to sell and depend on coe

A or B is not impt

OMV is more impt

10% more loan is key

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smallest 19" tyre i ever seen.

Loss to Renault. [grin]  It new Grand Scenic wears 195/55R20 tyre!! [crazy]   [dead]

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Loss to Renault. [grin] It new Grand Scenic wears 195/55R20 tyre!! [crazy][dead]

Is these tyre installed for photo shooting? Look great on the outside enough liao....

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Is these tyre installed for photo shooting? Look great on the outside enough liao....

Not sure about Peugeot but the 20" unit (Renault) shall be standard for all Grand Scenic as announced. To me the getting the tyre here will be challenging.
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From some other motor reviewer, it would hit the road on 1st Q 17.. not sure SG.

 

What i know now new Peugeot using more JP parts like gear box(Aisin), alternator(denso) and other. not sure reliability improve. 

 

Hope 1.6 BlueHD will be here. i am looking forward... 

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Peugeot has really stepped up their game with the EMP2 architecture onwards.

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https://youtu.be/4Hz6unfgcP0

 

Fabulous sheet metal and lightings, great interior finishing, centre console looks fabulous. Tons of features too, puts most of the competition to shame.

 

If they can price this right, Peugeot has a potential winner in the new 3008.

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nv really fancy a french pug but wow looks very good man


 

 

Nice.. that speedo dash with animations somemore

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An engine range which is powerful…and parsimonious!

 

 

  • 1.6L BlueHDi 100 S&S BVM5
  • 1.6L BlueHDi 120 S&S 6SMT (6-speed manual transmission) in standard and very-low consumption versions
  • 1.6L BlueHDi 120 S&S 6-speed auto
  • 2.0L BlueHDi 150 S&S 6SMT (6-speed manual transmission)
  • 2.0L BlueHDi 180 S&S 6-speed auto

Looking at the above engine options, likely Singapore will be getting the 1.2L PureTech with 130 horsepower (to qualify for a cat A COE). And again, where to get that type of tyre size??

4WD or 2 WD?

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