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Peugeot has released two new Special Editions in time for the all-important ’66-plate’ September market. The Peugeot 208 ‘Active Design’ and 208 ‘Allure Premium’, both offer excellent levels of specification and value, with additional customer savings on offer making the Peugeot 208 the perfect choice.

The first of the two Special Editions, the Peugeot 208 ‘Active Design’ is available with the 1.2-liter 3-cylinder PureTech petrol engine in both 3 & 5 door variants. Derived from the popular Active model, the ‘Active Design’ has 16” Technical Grey alloy wheels, fog lights and exterior personalization which includes; Equaliser grille, gloss black door mirrors, door mirror accents and fog light finishers.

Two exterior personalization packs are available: the ‘Menthol White’ pack complements Hurricane Grey, Orange Power and Virtual Blue paint finishes, while the ‘Lime Yellow’ pack is available on Bianca White, Hurricane Grey, and Nera Black versions.

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The Peugeot 208 ‘Allure Premium’ is also available with the 1.2-liter PureTech petrol engine in a 5 door variant only, and uses the high specification Allure model with excellent levels of specification: 16-inch Titane Matt Black alloy wheels, satellite navigation, reversing camera and a Cielo panoramic glass roof. Available in two solid colors: Hurricane Grey and Bianca White with three metallic color choices: Rioja Red, Twilight Blue and Aluminium.

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Here’s a snippet from Allcarschannel.com’s review of the Peugeot 208, distributed by Nasim (Peugeot Malaysia): 

For many bread and butter cars in the market, a lot of emphasis is placed on the front and rear designs, with little imagination given to its side profile. Not so with the Peugeot 208. Its side stance continues to create a strong impression that started from the front, taking that aggressiveness all the way to the back. The doors have two prominent angular lines running along the sides, with the lower line starting from the front fender all the way to the rear arch. The C-pillar sweeps downwards with muscular curves, adding coherence to the sides and front. From an abstract point of view, the side profile of the 208 reminds me of a lion crouched on all fours and ready to pounce.

The Peugeot 208 distributed domestically is available with a naturally aspirated 1.6-liter DOHC 16-valve VTi powerplant that churns 122ps@6,000rpm and 160Nm@4,250rpm. The powerplant is paired to Auto Adaptive Tiptronic 4-speed autobox to deliver sufficient power and torque to the front wheels.