After the presentation at the Paris Motor Show last year, the new Peugeot 508 SW will arrive in showrooms on all European markets between May 26 and September 1, 2019.
The Peugeot 508 SW is built on the EMP2 platform. 508 SW has a length of 4.78 m, a width of 1.85 m and a height of 1.42 m. The luggage compartment offers 530 liters and with the seats folded up to 1780 liters.
Two petrol engines - PureTech 180 S & S and PureTech 225 S & S coupled to an eight-speed EAT8 automatic transmission - and four 1.5 liter and 2.0-liter diesel engines: BlueHDi 130 S & S BVM6, BlueHDi 130 S & S EAT8, BlueHDI 160 S & S EAT8 and BlueHDi 180 S & S EAT8. The driving modes with which you can change the "personality" of the vehicle are three: comfort, eco and sport.
Prices in France for Peugeot 508 SW start at 35,650 euros.
The new 508 SW family does not leave indifferent because of its great aesthetic personality. The designers of this vehicle assure that they have created the family with the lowest body on the market -only 1.42 m-, an element that contributes, without a doubt, to providing that dynamic air in its exterior appearance.
And if the hybrid tempts you, the 508 SW will be available as a plug-in hybrid in the autumn of 2019 or in a sports version of 350 hp in the autumn of 2020.
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