‘VIP shuttle,’ diesel SUV add to Peugeot’s range

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Peugeot Traveller

THE new Peugeot Traveller MPV and a diesel-powered version of the Peugeot 3008 GT Line SUV have been added to the brand’s range in the Philippines. The Traveller sells for P3.390 million while the 3008 diesel is priced at P2.790 million.

The new Traveller — billed by the company as a “VIP shuttle” — is now marked by the same exterior design elements found on Peugeot’s new generation of SUVs and sedans. Inside, the van has seats that can be rearranged to make room for more cargo, or to allow the second row to face the third row. Designed to fit seven people, the van’s cabin has plenty of storage cubbies and is equipped with a pair of captain’s seats, a retractable sliding table, tri-zone climate control, two concealable glass roof panels, 12-volt and 220-volt power sockets, and USB ports.

Powering the Traveller is a 2.0-liter BlueHDI diesel engine that, according to Peugeot, is “known for its fuel efficiency… [and] provides the right amount of power and torque.”

Peugeot 3008
Peugeot 3008 now looks like a proper SUV.

The latest 3008 has the same 150-hp, 370-Nm BlueHDI diesel engine.

Similar to the model’s gasoline-fed variant, the 3008 GT Line diesel has Peugeot’s i-Cockpit, essentially a combination of a digital dashboard, elevated seating position, and a multifunction touch screen display. The feature also includes scent diffusers, seat massagers, cabin mood lighting and driving modes.

Both the Traveller and the diesel 3008 are now available at Peugeot dealerships.