Peugeot has a long tradition of making small cars for big cities. And the Peugeot 108 is one of the cars that brought popularity to the segment.

The range has been updated for 2021, and the Peugeot 108 is no longer available in three-door versions, with the 108 now only available in five-door body styles across all trim levels; Active, Allure, and Collection.

There are also two new color options available across all trim levels, with Ural White and Galaxite Grey replacing the previous Bianca White and Carbon Grey body paints. Other paint colors, depending on the trim, will still be available, such as Laser Red, Gallium Grey, Caldera Black, Smooth Green, Antelope Red, Galaxite Grey, and Calvi Blue.

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On Collection variants, the outside of the 108 will now have body-colored handles rather than the previous chrome style. Furthermore, Collection models have 15-inch ‘Thorren’ alloy wheels with orange center wheel covers.

Collection models include new Orange Maya Line Jusa trims with Yellow Sun stitching on the inside. A new interior ambiance is related to the outside paint color of the car when choosing the Smooth Green or Calvi Blue paint choices, which is an extra modification to the trim. All other body colors for Collection trim will have a Glossy Black exterior with a Grained Black interior.

Peugeot 108 Active variants will continue to have White Line Jusa interior trims and a Charcoal Grey ambience, while Allure will have an extra Gloss Black centre console ambiance.

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All Peugeot 108 variants will continue to be powered by the economical, RDE2 compliant, 1.0-litre three-cylinder S&S engine and will only be offered with a five-speed manual transmission. Prices for Active versions begin at £13,320.

Source: Peugeot