At launch the Peugeot 308 CC came with three diesel options a 1.6 and two 2 litre cars with different power options. the HDi 140 was the lesser of the 2 litre cars and was phased out in 2010.
The 308 CC replaces one of the most popular mid size convertibles of all time – the 307 CC. It makes considerable improvements. It’s a bigger car with more room for each of the four occupants. The 308 CC is good looking too and those looks should be matched with better handling and a good turn of speed. Peugeot’s 2 piece folding hardtop roof has been refined and now operates in just 20 seconds. Equipment levels are impressive. Front seat occupants even get to enjoy warm air blowers around their necks for those chillier days.