Peugeot 508

If the is a car that has shaped the motoring industry in Kenya it has to be the Peugeot 5 series.

Peugeot 508

The 504 has from the 1960’s to date ferried government officials to conduct their duties.

Peugeot 504

This is because the 504’s power and agility can be compared to modern cars. The 504 was also a favourite in the transport industry.

Peugeot 505 7-Seater Estate

I remember when I was young my parents preferred to travel with the 504 estate. It spacious interior and eight seats brought a new way of travel in Kenya; shuttle services.

Key-less entry system on the doors

They were fast, easy to maintain and attracted less attention from the police. The same police also loved the 504 so much that The CID department garage can verify this.

Refined at each angle

The 504 was the most successful car Peugeot made after the Peugeot 206. The faster 505 replaced the 504.

Unique styled side mirrors

Peugeot success in Kenya and the world has been on the downfall as most of its models like the recent four series, three series and two series have not made such an impact as the old school five series models. With this in mind Peugeot, engineers have recently launched the new 508.

Front Cockpit

The Peugeot 508 is a modern, forward-looking vehicle, perfectly attuned to the aspirations of customers who have moved with the times.

Peugeot 508 SW

It comprises of two complementary body styles: a Saloon (with a length of 4.79 m) and an SW (sport wagon) (with a length of 4.81 m).

Classy rear
The car ushers a new design concept for new Peugeot models which consists of  a single grille rendered in a “floating” style and piercing headlamps with a particularly marked visual expression, like its “LED tubes” visible both by day and by night.

Plenty of room in the boot

Similarly, at the rear, three red “claws” mask three rows of LEDs on the Saloon. It is also bigger and much wider than four series models.

Rear seats

Under the bonnet, it has a new 2.2 litre, six speed automatic engine that produces 204 bhp. It also incorporates a new engine HDI (hybrid diesel injection) which has a front mounted diesel engine and a rear electrical motor.  Fuel consumption is an average of 4.2 litres/100 km.

Feline inspired rear lights

Each passenger enjoys a privileged status; with generous space coupled with dedicated equipment, (four-zone air conditioning includes the rear passengers, adjustable seat cushion for the driver and front passenger).

Large panoramic roof on the 508 SW

Interior dimensions are on a par with those of the 607, which has 5.3 cm more space between the knees of the rear passenger and the front seat. As a result, two people well over six feet tall can be comfortably seated one behind the other.

Available as a saloon or wagon

For the SW model the boot opens automatically at the touch of a button. Touch another button and the seats fold to allow for more storage space. The boot can also accommodate two smaller seats for an extra two passengers.

Rear of the Peugeot 508 SW

The Peugeot 508 benefits from a high level of primary safety, due to its road holding and equipment specification. It has Head-up Display, directional bi-Xenon headlamps, fog lamps with static intersection lighting, main beam assistance.

Aggressive front look

The car is also offers a level of secondary safety. It is equipped with efficient means of restraint: two front air bags, two side front air bags and two curtain air bags.

Plenty of rear room for passenger comfort

The front seats have new “curved” head restraints with integral multi-position adjustment whose shape takes into account the effects of rear collision (whiplash).