Peugeot 308/308 SW
1,6 l HDi FAP3: 80 kW (≈110 bhp) - DV6TED4
This diesel engine of 1560 cm3, equipped with a particulate filter has a maximum power of 80 kW at 4000 rev / min, and a high level of response and the pick-up due to the maximum torque of 240 Nm at 1750 rpm.
Achieving these characteristics was made possible by technological developments such as the turbocharger with variable geometry and direct injection of high pressure (up to 1600 bar).
Thanks to the boost, the declared maximum torque can be briefly increased to 260 Nm.
Thus this motor which is the basis for a family of diesel engines 308 model achieves excellent compromise between performance and costs of operation. In mixed mode operation of the engine consumes 4.7 liters per 100 km, which is 0.3 liters less than the 307 model series (- 6%) with the same engine and manual transmission.
2,0 l HDi FAP: 100 kW (≈136 bhp) - DW10BTED4
The working volume of the diesel engine is 1997 cm3. Maximum unit power of 100 kW at 4000 rpm, while the maximum torque of 320 Nm at 2000 rpm.
With a sharp acceleration of the boost function is activated, whereby the torque can be increased up to 340 nm, which allows, for example, safe overtaking.
To achieve the described excellent performance engine equipped with a variable geometry turbocharger, high-pressure pump with electronic control, as well as piezo injectors with six holes provide the atomization of the fuel into tiny particles in the combustion chamber (which allows for the optimal and the optimal dosing).
This engine gives the Peugeot 308 are dynamic qualities that define the behavior of the car on the road. In this 6-speed manual transmission provides a vehicle accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h (without passengers) for 10.1 seconds and can speed from 80 to 120 km / h in 8.4 seconds in 5th gear with the consumption fuel at no more than 5.5 liters per 100 km in the combined cycle.
Furthermore, thanks to the Common rail (Common rail high pressure or PBX), the combustion is obtained a more uniform and substantially complete. All this reduces fuel consumption, exhaust gases to ensure cleanliness and quiet operation of the engine.
2,0 l HDi: 100 kW (≈136 bhp) - DW10BTED4
2.0 liters - 100 kW (≈136 bhp) - 320 Nm at 2000 r / min - 6 Stages manual gearbox or 6-speed automatic transmission.
Advanced diesel engine in volume of 2,0 l., C aggregated 6-speed manual transmission, has an output of 103 kW (140 hp). The engine has a minimum fuel consumption of the order of 5.6 liters per 100 kilometers, with CO2 emissions of just 150 g / km.
2,2 l HDi FAP - 156 hp - DW12M
Power car with the engine of 2.2 liters is 156 hp at a torque of 380 N / m. Providing a smooth and responsive operation, this engine is one of the best combination of high fuel economy, the minimum amount of harmful emissions, and provides a high level of driving pleasure. HDi diesel engine is aggregated with a six-speed manual gearbox.
Engine 2.2-liter HDi is one of the results of the policy of creating vehicles with high environmental performance. Its aim is to increase the level of comfort and driving dynamics with large displacement engine, while maintaining the previous level of fuel consumption and emissions of CO2.
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1,6 l HDi 90 hp - DV6ATED4
This engine provides the car faster acceleration when starting off, different pick-up and helps to ensure a true pleasure of driving at moderate operating costs.
Maximum torque is 215 Nm at 1750 rpm, and the area of application - even higher as at 3500 rpm is available to 90% of maximum torque. Consumption of mixed mode is 5.8 liters per 100 km with CO2 emissions of the order of 153 grams per kilometer.
The histories of the Peugeot family and of the company are directly linked to one region: eastern France, Montbeliard. The Lion, the emblem of the make, is also on the coat of arms of Franche-Comté, the birthplace of the family. Peugeot is an industrial adventure, but also a human one. It is the story of a family that was able to adapt to the changes of each age, while retaining a strong social conscience: setting up a savings bank, a mutual help organization; free treatment, insurance, hospitals, schools, a pension system, a 10 hour day, 33 years before it was law.
From the first tricycles to the latest models, the firm with Lion brand rapidly became one of the leading French manufacturers, before entering the international market.
Established in the east of France since the 15th century, the Peugeot family owns much land, on which in the 18th century it builds windmills, and develops weaving, spinning and milling businesses.
Montbeliard, the crossroads of Switzerland, Alsace and Franche-Comté, features abundant water resources and a skilled, industrious workforce. These are the factors that would determine the location of future industrial sites.
In 1810 the brothers Jean-Pierre and Jean-Frédéric Peugeot converted a mill into a steel foundry and plant for manufacturing saw blades, creating the company Peugeot Bros. This is the kick-off for the Peugeot family's industrial vocation. In 1858, the Lion brand is officially registered, activities become more industrialized and diversified: tools for all sorts of trades, household utensils, including the famous coffee grinders, sewing machines and various other items, including the frames for Second Empire crinolines.
Through hard work, tenacity and its innovative capabilities, Peugeot forges its reputation for quality and the robustness of its products.
In 1885 Armand Peugeot sets up bicycle manufacture at the Beaulieu plant. He exhibits the first steam-powered tricycle at the 1889 Paris World Exhibition. That makes Peugeot one of the pioneers of the automobile. The following year Peugeot abandoned steam in favor of petrol.
In 1896 a new company was set up, 'Société des Automobiles Peugeot', devoted exclusively to automobile manufacture. At the same time, the 'Sons of Peugeot Bros' company continued its traditional activities: tools, bicycles and shortly motorcycles, and between 1905 and 1915 a range of light vans called 'Peugeot Lion'.
In 1910 the two firms merged under the name 'Société Anonyme des Automobiles et Cycles Peugeot'. The family then attacked the nascent automobile market.
The aerodynamic design, the symbol of an entire epoch, would influence car design until World War II. At Peugeot, it culminated in the launch of the 402 in 1935.
In 1960 Peugeot changed from being a specialist to a generalist: the production of classic sedans and small models. In 1974 the Peugeot Group acquired control of Citroen. The acquisition of the chevron brand was completed in 1976, giving birth to an automobile group with two distinct makes.
The second oil crisis in 1978 caused a crisis in the automobile industry, following three decades of growth. Peugeot decided to adapt itself without delay to an environment that had profoundly changed. This involved ensuring the long-term survival of the business, and maintaining its independence. Taking over the European subsidiaries of Chrysler and the Talbot adventure shook the company's solidity at the beginning of the 1980's. The success of the 205 and a major restructuring of the organization put Peugeot back on the road to success.
1997 marks the start of a major industrial reorganization, with the adoption of a platform policy and shared industrial tools at Peugeot-Citroen. Each brand retained its name, personality and sales network. That was the beginning of a vast exercise in rejuvenating the range, starting with the 206, followed by the 607, then the 307, and most recently the 407