Peugeot launches new 208 in Middle East
- Middle East: Sunday, September 23 - 2012 at 09:06
French car manufacturer Peugeot has launched the all-new 208 to replace its legendary model and expressed commitment to focus to the Middle East with the launch of one new model every six months, Khaleej Times has reported. "Peugeot GCC sales grew by 160% in 2011 over 2010, and have grown by more than 70% to date in 2012 over 2011," Jamal Sahl, Peugeot Middle East regional manager, told the daily. "In the UAE, sales have increased by 34% from August 2011 to date," he added. The new five-door, automatic 1.6-litre, 120bhp 208 Allure model comes with a 16" 'Black Diamond' alloy wheels, tinted rear windows, a six-speaker sound system, Bluetooth and remote controls on the steering wheel all as standard.
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