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Peugeot 4008

Peugeot 4008 (France, 2012-present)

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The 4008 is a five-door SUV that is going to be launched by Peugeot in 2012 due to the popularity of SUVs around the world but especially in the European and Chinese markets.

Power for the 4008 comes from one of four engines, two petrol and two diesel. The 1.6l four-cylinder produces 85kW/116hp with a five-speed manual transmission. The 2.0l four-cylinder makes 113kW/150hp with either a five-speed manual or CVT automatic transmission. The diesel 1.6l HDi FAP makes 82kW/112hp with a six-speed manual transmission, and finally, the 1.8l HDi FAP produces 110kW/150hp with a six-speed manual transmission.

The four-wheel drive 4008 has a transmission that allows for two-wheel, front-wheel drive power or four-wheel drive. There is also a Lock mode that forces four-wheel drive power at all times and increases power sent to the rear wheels.

In a change from most cars that move into their new generation, the 4008 is actually smaller than the 4007. Overhangs have been reduced by 30cm, but the wheelbase and track remains the same.

The 4008 has a floating front grill, LED running lights and headlights that Peugeot describes as "feline-like." To illustrate its off-road worthiness, the 4008 has large wheel openings and body sill extensions for protection.

The 4008 has an interior covered in soft-touch materials, laquer black and chrome trim. The glass panorama roof is surrounded by LEDs for easier reading at night. It also gets a reverse camera, touch-screen navigation system and 18in alloy wheels.



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