2018 Peugeot 5008 Features and Technology

2018 Peugeot 5008 SUV Details

2018 Peugeot 5008 GTPeugeot has launched its all new 5008 SUV and its a beauty. Feature packed, it represents good value in the segment.

Peugeot Australia’s Managing Director, Anouk Poelmann, said that pricing for the all-new 5008 is highly competitive and delivers Australian customers a feature-rich, high quality French SUV.

All 5008 models will feature, as standard, headline specifications starting with:

5008 ALLURE Standard Specification

  • Seating for seven
  • Automatic Emergency Braking
  • 1.6-litre turbocharged petrol engine, six-speed automatic
  • Folding tables on front seatbacks
  • 18” alloy wheels (space saver spare)
  • Keyless entry and ignition
  • Driver Attention Alert and Lane Departure Warning
  • Speed sign recognition
  • Auto headlamps and windscreen wipers with Magic Wash
  • Auto-dimming rear view mirror
  • Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop function
  •  ‘Visiopark 2’ 360-degree camera + F/R park sensors and City Park
  • Halogen headlamps with fog lights
  • Privacy Glass
  • Alloy roof rails
  • Door mirrors: electric/heated/folding/LED
  • Automatic bi-zone air-conditioning, rear air vents
  • Full digital heads up instrument panel
  • Central touchscreen with 3D navigation, DAB, Mirror Screen, voice recognition, smartphone wireless induction charging
  • Three individual middle-row sliding seats, two fold-flat third-row seats and folding passenger seat
  • Eight airbags including third-row curtain airbags
  • Blue ambient interior lighting
  • Sun blinds on second row windows
  • Black front fender trim with chrome edging
  • LED Daytime Running Lamps

2018 Peugeot 5008 GT

5008  GT Line adds

  • Handsfree, foot-operated electric tailgate
  • Driver Attention Control and Active Lane Departure Warning
  • High beam Assist
  • Active Blind Spot Monitoring
  • Full LED headlamps
  • Front LED foglamps with cornering function
  • Reverse gear-activated door mirrors with integrated ‘Peugeot Lion’ image projectors
  • ‘GT Line’ floor mats
  • Black Diamond roof
  • i-Cockpit Amplify
  • Exclusive front bumper and radiator grille
  • Chrome exhaust tips
  • Satin Copper ‘GT-Line” monograms on front fenders and tailgate
  • Perforated leather steering wheel

5008 GT adds

  • 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel, six-speed automatic
  • 19” alloy wheels (puncture repair kit in lieu of spare wheel)
  • TEP and Alcantara trim
  • Electrically-heated front seats
  • Eight-way power adjustment and multi-point massage function (driver’s seat)
  • ‘GT’ floor mats
  • Chrome exterior rear-view mirror shells
  • Satin steel chrome dashboard and door panel edging
  • Extended wheel arches
  • Satin Copper ‘GT’ monograms on front fenders and tailgate
  • Anti-theft wheel nuts

Complementing the 5008 are a range of options allowing for further customisation. They include:

5008 Options

  • Grip Control – $200 (Allure and GT Line)
  • Opening Panoramic Sunroof – $2000
  • Driver Assistance and Safety Pack – $600 (Allure)
  • Metallic Paint – $690
  • Premium Paint – $1050
  • Leather interior – $2500 (Allure)
  • Nappa Leather and Electric and Massaging Seats (GT-Line) – $3700
  • Mistral Nappa Leather (GT-Line and GT ) – $2700

 

All vehicles carry a 5-year roadside assist, 5-year servicing plan and 5-year, Unlimited km warranty.

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Summary

Peugeot Australia’s Managing Director, Anouk Poelmann, said that pricing for the all-new 5008 is highly competitive and delivers Australian customers a feature-rich, high quality French SUV.

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