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Peugeot 301 (modern)

Peugeot 301 (modern) (France, 2012-present)

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The new 301 unveiled in 2012 is a four-door sedan for the world market. According to Peugeot it was designed to appeal to consumers around the world.

The 301 wears a simplified version of the front of the new Peugeot 208208 Gen.1Peugeot 208 Gen.1France, 2012 > present106 versions
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. The hood subtlety overlaps the front grill, and it carries both the Peugeot lion badge and the written 'Peugeot' name  to identify the car to people who might not know the brand.

The interior has an instrument cluster with a speedometer and tachometer with information screen in the center. The center stack has a basic LCD display with buttons for the HVAC and radio.

The 301 is a 4.44m long sedan with a 2.65m wheelbase and 506dm³ of trunk space. It will come equipped with ESP, ABS, four airbags, air conditioning, Bluetooth, USB connection and ISOFIX seats. It is made to adapt to hot and cold climates and poor roads. Power comes from three engines: a 1.2l VTi with 72hp, 1.6l HDi with 92hp and a 1.6l VTi with 115hp. The petrol VTi engines are available with manual or automatic transmissions, and the diesel HDi is only available with a manual.

It will be built in Vigo, Spain, and debut at the Paris Motor Show at the end of September. It will go on sale on November 1 in Turkey and later in Eastern Europe, Russia, Greece, the Middle East, African States and Latin America.



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