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Peugeot ups prices and adds 5008 GT Sport

Range-wide pricing increases introduced as new SUV variant lands

20 Jan 2022

PEUGEOT Australia has introduced a new variant to its MY22 5008 range, the GT Sport arriving from $61,940 (plus on-road costs) in place of the outgoing 5008 GT (petrol). 


The French importer also has released range-wide pricing increases with specification upgrades announced for 2008, 3008 and 5008 crossover and SUV models, Peugeot Export light commercial vans, and the 508 Fastback and Sportswagon line-up.


"Since launching the GT Sport variant across the 2008 and 3008 SUV ranges earlier this year, we have seen an overwhelmingly positive reception and increased demand for the highly specified, range-topping variant," Peugeot Australia managing director Kate Gillis said.


"Introducing the GT Sport variant to the 5008 SUV range will provide customers (with) the luxury features and distinctive style that has become so popular amongst our discerning buyers with the practicality and space of a seven-seat vehicle," Ms Gillis added.


Powered by a 133kW/250Nm 1.6-litre turbocharged petrol engine with eight-speed automatic transmission, the GT Sport derivative features Black Pack styling cues, 19-inch Washington alloy wheels, Nappa leather-appointed upholstery with heated front seats (with driver’s seat massage function) and a panoramic sunroof.


The seven-seat model is further equipped with a Focal premium audio system, lime wood dash and door-card garnishes, a 12.3-inch digital instrument panel, a 10.0-inch touchscreen infotainment array with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, adaptive cruise control with Stop & Go, and keyless entry with push-button start.


The 5008 SUV range continues to be topped by the GT Diesel, now priced from $62,990 (plus ORCs), which is an increase of $3000 on its recommended list price for 2021.


At the smaller end of Peugeot’s SUV range, we find price increases of between $1750 and $4300 for the 2008. The range begins with the Allure automatic, now from $36,740 (plus ORCs), and is topped by the GT Sport, from $48,290 (plus ORCs), which receives a standard panoramic sunroof.


Similar incremental increases are observed across the mid-size 3008 SUV range, with price increases of up to $4850. The 3008 line-up begins with the Allure automatic, from $47,240 (plus ORCs), and tops out with the recently released GT Sport PHEV AWD, which is unchanged at $79,990 (plus ORCs). Like the 2008, the GT Sport variant has gained a panoramic sunroof.


Prices of the 508 Fastback and Sportswagon have been hiked by up to $2450. The 508 GT Fastback is priced from $59,840 (plus ORCs) and the GT Sportswagon begins at $61,940 (plus ORCs). The range-topping GT Fastback PHEV’s price remains unchanged at $76,990 (plus ORCs).


The recently updated MY22 Peugeot Expert – which was announced in October – has undergone price increases of between $1350 and $2450 (see below). The only LCV variant unaffected by the sudden price rise is the Expert Short Sport, which remains priced at $49,990 (plus ORCs).


Citing the ongoing microprocessor shortage, Peugeot has removed side airbags and adaptive cruise control from the Expert range which is now offered with standard cruise control instead.


"We continuously endeavour to provide our customers with the best possible Peugeot offering, which includes carefully considering all options with regards to local market pricing adjustments. There has been an increase in production costs which has resulted in an increase to the MY22 pricing," Peugeot Australia said in a statement.


"There has been a four to five per cent increase in MLP across the Peugeot passenger, SUV and LCV range from MY21 to MY22 models."


The revised MY22 Peugeot range is available now.


2022 Peugeot 2008 pricing*:

Allure (a) $36,740 (+$1750)
GT (a) $40,940 (+$1950)
GT Sport (a) $48,290 (+$4300)


2022 Peugeot 3008 pricing*:

Allure (a) $47,240 (+$2250)
GT Petrol (a) $50,390 (+$2400)
GT Diesel (a) $53,540 (+$2550)
GT Sport (a) $59,840 (+$4850)
GT Sport PHEV AWD (a) $79,990 (unchanged)


2022 Peugeot 508 pricing*:

GT Fastback (a) $59,840 (+$2350)
GT Sportswagon (a) $61,940 (+$2450)
GT Fastback PHEV (a) $76,990 (unchanged)


2022 Peugeot 5008 pricing*:

GT Sport (a) $61,490 (new model)
GT Diesel (a) $62,990 (+$3000)


2022 Peugeot Partner pricing*:

City Short $28,340 (+$1350)
City Short (a) $31,490 (+$1500)
City Long (a) $34,115 (+$1625)
Pro Short (a) $33,590 (+$1600)
Pro Long (a) $36,215 (+$1725)
Premium Short (a) $36,080 (+$1600)
Premium Long (a) $38,705 (+$1725)


2022 Peugeot Expert pricing*:

City Short $40,940 (+$1950)
Pro Short (a) $45,140 (+$2150)
Pro Long $44,090 (+$2100)
Pro Long (a) $47,240 (+$2250)
Premium Short (a) $48,330 (+$2150)
Premium Long (a) $50,430 (+$2250)
Sport Short (a) $49,990 (unchanged)


2022 Peugeot Boxer pricing*:

Pro Long $51,440 (+$2450)


*Pricing excludes on-road costs.

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