Peugeot’s New ‘Ligne S’ Pack launches new range of 308 accessories

Peugeot 308 Access Ligne S

Peugeot Australia has launched a 308 ‘Ligne S’ accessories pack* alongside the launch of its 308 accessories range.

The ‘Ligne S’ pack includes 17-inch alloys (in lieu of 15-inch steel wheels), ‘Ligne S’ badging, black mirror covers with red stripe, front spoiler, lower side skirts, rear diffuser, chequered motif side decals, ‘Ligne S’ carpet mats with red piping, ‘Ligne S’ rear view mirror cover with red stripe.

The ‘Ligne S’ pack will be available on 308 Access automatic vehicles in Bianca White and will carry a driveaway price of $26,990 – just $2300 more than the standard 308 Access auto.

The launch of the ‘Ligne S’ pack coincides with the introduction of a range of new 308 accessories.

Available via the Peugeot dealer network the accessories offer a range of products to protect and customise 308 hatch and touring models, including alloy wheels, sill protectors, spoilers, floor mats, and tow bars.

The 308 ‘Ligne S’ is powered by an efficient yet powerful turbocharged 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine. The 308 Access develops 96kW of power and 230Nm of torque, delivered to the front wheels via an Aisin 6-speed automatic transmission.

For further information on the ‘Ligne S’ pack or the 308 accessories range, visit www.peugeot.com.au

*Offers valid on 2014 plate vehicles bought and delivered by June 30, 2015 or while stocks last. The driveaway price shown comprises vehicle price, registration, CTP, stamp duty and dealer delivery charges. Prices may vary between dealers. Excludes fleet and government buyers.

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