Peugeot 308 SW
1.2 Puretech Allure Wagon 17" (A) 

Peugeot 308 SW<br />1.2 Puretech Allure Wagon 17" (A)
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Latest OMV: $22,720
VES: $10,000 (C1)
Engine Cap: 1199 cc Turbocharged
Power: 129Bhp @ 5500rpm
Torque: 230Nm @ 1750rpm
Type: Wagon
Euro NCAP: N.A
User Ratings: 4.00 from 1 review

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Value for money car with most bells & whistles

Reviewed on 14 Apr 2017 3:11PM
Reviewed by: chokomateh
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Similar cars tried: Previous car was Ford Focus 1.6 Hatchback
Fuel consumption: 12.8km/litre
Drive pattern: For 15,000km since Day 1, my avg FC is 12.8km/l. Reset at 10,000km and let it run for another 4,000km, the avg still was 12.8km/l
Duration of car driven: 1 year

The Review

Handsome design, IMO. Not one that'll feel outdated after awhile. Minimalist dashboard, futuristed iCockpit &amp; interior have a premium feel. Small steering wheel make it feel sportier to drive, comfy to hold. Adjust your seat properly and it won't block the dashboard. Smooth drive and handling. Full glass moonroof, nice view esp when it rains! Satifactory FC despite med-heavy traffic along BtTimah Rd during weekdays, minimal hwy usage. Automated reverse &amp; parallel parking mode is so cool. Taking a chance on the new Puretech model since the old 308 had issues, but so far so good, all reviews seem positive, we're loving it! Dislike the ECO start/stop, esp in jams. Most often I'd disable it. Design fault in rattling subframe got replaced under warranty after 8,000km, newer models shldn't be affected.


Good pick up for a 1200cc engine. Punchy! Blind spot detection is very useful Huge boot space. Lugged home a 2m tall cabinet with seats folded of cos.


Gears are a tad slow to kickdown, gotta learn to use brakes more to slow down from fast speed. Slight vibration felt at extreme slow speed.