Peugeot has managed to sell more than 100,000 units of its smallest crossover, the 2008, in less than a year since the model has been introduced.
The small crossover segment, opened by the Nissan Juke, seems to become more popular with each passing day and the most recent example is coming from Peugeot, which managed to sell more than 100,000 units of its recently unveiled 2008, in less than a year since its debut. The production record was achieved in Mulhouse, France facility, where a total of 680 units daily have been assembled.
The Peugeot 2008 is offered in a five-door body style and it stands at 4,158 mm in length, 1,740 mm in width and 1,557 mm in height, weighing in at 1,045 kg. The crossover is riding on the PSA PF1 platform and it’s coming with standard items such as the Bluetooth, trip computer, fog lights, height and reach adjustable leather wrapped steering wheel, electric and heated side mirrors, cruise control, six airbags, stability control, LED daytime running lights, 16-inch alloy wheels and more. The engine lineup includes a 60 kW 1.2L petrol, an 88 kW 1.6L petrol and a 68 kW 1.6L turbo diesel.