Peugeot sees the expansion of both the 3008 and 5008 lineups at this year’s MIAS. Today, the brand’s two SUVs will have two variants each, the Active and Allure. With each having its “character and persona”, customers will have a wider selection of vehicles to choose from to find the best match for their lifestyle needs.
What sets the Active and Allure variants of the Peugeot 3008 and 5008 apart?
Depending on the variant, some features in the 3008 and 5008 may either come as standard or will not. To make it easy, Peugeot has come up with a simple matrix to show what you’re getting from each, as you can see below.
For both models, the engine of choice is a 1.6-liter Twin Scroll Turbo High Pressure (THP) engine. As for pricing, the 3008 and 5008 Active retail for PHP 2,090,000 and 2,275,000, respectively.
Additional discounts on top of current promo offers on all vehicle reservations made at the MIAS or in any Peugeot dealership nationwide from April 13 to 16, 2023 are also being offered. Low-interest financing plans are also offered in partnership with Security Bank. New vehicles purchased will come with one-year free emergency roadside assistance supported by Ibero Asistencia, a global provider of roadside assistance services.
Peugeot E-2008 also makes an appearance at MIAS
As a special treat for showgoers, the Lion brand also showcased one of its newest pure EV models, the E-2008. This will serve as a glimpse at their initiative towards electrification with the introduction of new models and technologies to its range.
“The E-2008 taking centerstage at our MIAS display is intended to give our customers a preview of the future with PEUGEOT. It is a symbol of our goal to give as many people as possible access to electrified mobility,” Maricar Parco, Peugeot Philippines Brand Head said.
“Our goal is to provide more sustainable mobility options for our customers and exceed their expectations, a key element of the Stellantis Dare Forward 2030 strategic plan. We aim to become an industry leader in the fight against climate change, achieve net zero carbon
emissions globally by 2038 and introduce more than 75 BEVs by 2030. To achieve this, we have a substantial electrified product line-up coming soon,” Daniel Gonzalez, COO for ASEAN & General Distributors of Stellantis later added.
Peugeot’s goal is to have a 100% fully-electric line-up in Europe by 2030, with the rest of their offerings around the world following suit soon after.
Peugeot Philippines has been on a significant growth spurt. In 2022, they achieved an overall retail sales growth of a staggering 285% year-over-year, and they’re looking at ending 2023 with 18 operational showrooms and service centers across the country. With both the 3008 and 5008 now having 2 variants each to choose from, we won’t be surprised if Peugeot continues to grow bigger and roar louder in the PH market.