Peugeot unveils the 2008 and 3008 Crossway Special Editions image

Peugeot has updated the 2008 and 3008 lineup with the addition of a new special edition, called the Crossway.

The new Peugeot 2008 Crossway has been based on the Allure trim and it’s getting tinted windows, standard Grip Control system, Alcantara with red stitching, LED lighting for the instrument cluster, navigation system compass badges on the front doors (probably for freemasons who can’t afford something larger) and 17-inch alloy wheels. The engine options will be including the VTi 120 1.6 liter, the e-HDi 92 1.6 liter and the e-HDi 115 1.6 liter. Prices will be starting at 21,550 euros in France.

Next comes the new Peugeot 3008 Crossway which is getting aluminum for the door sills, compass motif on the floor mats, copper colored stitching on the steering wheel and on the armrests, rear parking assist, head-up display, leather and Alcantara trim, the WIP Nav Plus system and several other tweaks. For some extra cash, Peugeot is offering the metallic or pearlescent paint jobs, the Grip Control and the rearview camera. Engine options include the 115 HDi 1.6 liter manual, the 115 e-HDi FAP 1.6 liter and the 150 HDi 2.0 liter. Prices for this model will begin at 30,800 euros on its local auto market. Both vehicles will be presented in Paris, this October.