Limited numbers of new Peugeot 508

March 8, 2018

Peugeot has showcased a range-topping all-new 508 First Edition model at the Geneva Motor Show, but potential buyers need to act pretty quick as the run is limited to just 200 cars in the UK.

The 508 First Edition packs an impressive array of innovative on-board technology and includes fully automated parking assistance, a 360° colour camera system, night vision for use in reduced visibility driving, Inviolability Pack and a wireless smartphone charging plate to keep your mobile’s battery topped up during long drives.

Mark Pickles, Peugeot UK Marketing Director, said: “Following the unveiling of our all-new Peugeot 508, we are delighted to reveal the limited run all-new 508 First Edition. This premium spec level brings innovative Peugeot technology and cutting-edge style to complement the model’s radical new ‘fastback’ design.

“This vehicle is now ready to reserve in advance, offering our customers a unique opportunity to own the most advanced Peugeot ever built and to be at the vanguard of our attack on the D-segment with a car that will really turn heads.”

Customers who make an early reservation will also be rewarded with four years of free servicing via a service contract and as a personal “thank you”, will also receive an exclusive free gift – a set of Focal Wireless Headphones.

The all-new 508 First Edition is available with a PureTech 225bhp EAT8 petrol or a BlueHDi 180bhp EAT8 diesel engine.

On reservation of an all-new Peugeot 508 First Edition, customers will be required to pay a nominal £250 reservation deposit by credit/debit card. Deliveries will begin in October 2018.

The vehicle can be reserved online or in a Peugeot dealership.


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