Peugeot 308 Enters English Fuel Economy Marathon

With a published fuel economy of 60.1mpg (combined), CO2 emissions of 129g/km and Peugeot's latest Diesel Particulate Filter System (DPFS) technology, the 308 HDi 110 is a strong contender in its class.

Published: 27-Sep-2007

On the 4th October 2007, the new Peugeot 308 sets off on a tough challenge in its bid to be the most economical car in-class on the AA/ALD Automotive MPG Marathon 2007.

Hot on the heels of an overall second place for its sibling, the 207 HDi 90 in 2006, the 1.6-litre 308 SE HDi 110’s economy will be tested to its limits on a testing 350-mile route from Basingstoke to Torquay and back. The route encompasses urban and extra-urban driving, with drivers battling it out to get the best fuel economy out of their vehicle over a variety of road circumstances.

With a published fuel economy of 60.1mpg (combined), CO2 emissions of 129g/km and Peugeot’s latest Diesel Particulate Filter System (DPFS) technology, the 308 HDi 110 is a strong contender in its class.

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