The new Peugeot 5008 seven seater SUV has gone on sale in Ireland priced from €29,345 plus delivery related charges for the Access 1.2 130bhp PureTech petrol version.

There are five trim levels for Ireland including Access, Active, Allure, GT Line and GT versions.

Diesel and petrol engines are available. Petrol engines include the 1.2-litre PureTech 130bhp turbo petrol engine, available with manual or automatic transmission and the 1.6 THP petrol 165bhp EAT6 6-speed automatic.

A range of 1.6 BlueHDi and 2.0 BlueHDi litre diesel engines, with manual and automatic transmissions, are available with power ranging between 100, 120, 150 and 180bhp.

The range-topping GT version comes equipped as standard with a 2.0 litre BlueHDi diesel 180bhp 6-speed automatic.

Standard equipment includes Peugeot iCockpit interior comprising a compact steering wheel, a configurable 12.3″ head-up digital instrument panel, an 8” touchscreen, multifunction steering wheel, Bluetooth, USB connectivity and 3 x 12V sockets. There’s also Cruise Control with Speed Limiter, Speed Limit Information with Intelligent Speed Adaptation, Driver Attention Alert Level 1 and Lane Departure Warning.

Other features include a retractable and removable boot cover, spare wheel, one-touch electric front and rear windows with pinch protection, central front armrest with butterfly-wing opening and illuminated chiller compartment, child safety locks, tinted rear tailgate, electric and heated door mirrors with LED side indicators, semi-automatic air-conditioning with sensitive controls, and driver/passenger seat height adjustment.

Sales and Marketing Director at Gowan Distributors, Peugeot Importers in Ireland, Colin Sheridan said, “The Peugeot 2008 SUV and the new 3008 SUV have both been huge sales successes in Europe and indeed in Ireland, outperforming the Irish market in 2017. Given the success of the previous 5008 MPV, the 2nd best seller in its class in 2016, I have every confidence that the new Peugeot 5008 SUV will build on this strong commercial success.”

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Caroline Kidd