Nigeria automobile market is set to witness the planned launch of the all-new Peugeot 3008 Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) in what is predicted as a game changer by experts in the SUV segment.
The planned launch of the revamped new generation Peugeot 3008 SUV by PAN Nigeria Limited is expected to be a major push to the leading local auto assembly plant in the country in its quest to further expand its market share and boost corporate bottom line.
Although, prices of the model(s) storming the crowded SUV segment has not been made known as at the time of filing this report, sources inside PAN said the new SUV, which is well equipped with all the trappings of a luxury, safety, comfort and technology will be competitively-priced compared.
The Peugeot 3008 SUV has seen a significant upgrade on the design front, compared to its predecessor. Comparatively, the first generation sported a half-and-half look between an SUV and a multi-purpose vehicle. This generation, however, now looks like a proper crossover .
The improvements didn’t just stop at exterior styling, though. Inside, the 3008’s high-tech cabin looks like something straight out of ‘Star Trek’, thanks in part to Peugeot’s i-Cockpit.
Its sleek exterior, futuristic cabin and several unorthodox features take it on a journey to explore unchartered territories of the Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) segment.
Combining style, athleticism, and efficiency, the Peugeot 3008 SUV fits the exacting needs of the premium segment in the country, providing the best of all worlds to both drivers and passengers alike.
Managing Director/Chief Executive, Ibrahim Boyi, said: “As part of our goal to be the leader in providing customer-centric experiences in the country’s automotive industry, we are making a commitment to our New 3008 SUV customers that they will be treated to an experience unlike any other.
“Apart from its distinctive style, it represents the brand’s move towards improving efficiency while delivering an even greater power output compared to previous models,” Boyi said.
“This explains Peugeot’s decision to match the 3008 SUV with a 1.6-liter turbocharged petrol engine.”