2015 Peugeot 508 specs and prices

Peugeot 508

Peugeot 508

Peugeot Australia released details today of their updated 2015 508 sedan and touring ranges, available in 3 models allure, active and GT.

With 3 different engines a 1.6L Turbo petrol engine pushing 121Kw and 194nM, a 2.0L diesel with 121Kw and 340nM  and a 2.2L diesel pushing out 150Kw of power and 450nM of torque.

Prices start at $37990 for the petrol powered Active model and go up to $61490 for the range topping GT touring, being such fans of diesel engines at 3 on The Tree I would really love to drive GT model.

Thanks to Peugeot Australia for the info and pics, check out the full details below.

Re-styled 508 range gets smart new design language

  • Enhanced safety with new standard-fitment reverse camera
  • New on-board tech including touch screen and 8GB jukebox
  • New, more powerful Euro 6-compliant 1.6L turbo petrol drivetrain

Peugeot has launched its updated 508 sedan and touring range in Australia, with major changes in exterior and interior styling, a new drivetrain option and increased standard specification.

Joining the 508 sedan range is Peugeot’s latest Euro 6 emissions-compliant 1.6-litre turbo four-cylinder petrol drivetrain. With stop-start technology it is one of the most frugal vehicles in its class*.

The drivetrain increases power, yet reduces emissions and fuel use, while offering improved acceleration.

The most notable styling addition is a bold new front grille, with center-mounted Peugeot lion, new LED lighting package and revised rear lights and bumpers.

On board technology is increased with a new touch-screen infotainment system, satellite navigation and reversing camera that is now offered as standard.

All new 508 models gain paddle shifters, electric boot release (for sedans), rear center armrest with two cup holders and rear map lights.

Active grades also receive part cloth/leather interior as standard.

Touring variants gain an additional 12 volt outlet in the rear cargo area and a retractable cargo net that drops from the roof, joining to the rear seat.

*Class as defined by VFACTS

Peugeot has added significant specification to the new-look 508 range, while simplifying the model line-up.

The Active petrol model launches the refreshed range, featuring an all-new, more powerful and efficient 1.6L turbo petrol drivetrain, with stop-start technology.

The newly re-powered 508 Active gains $4000 worth of additional standard specification equipment and carries a recommended retail price of $37,990 – just $1000 more than the model it supersedes.

As standard, all Active models gain:

  • New, more efficient, more powerful 1.6L turbo petrol engine with stop-start
  • 7-inch touchscreen for vehicle controls
  • Reverse camera
  • 8GB jukebox
  • Paddle-shift
  • LED daytime running lamps
  • LED fog lamps
  • Rear sunblind
  • Electric boot release
  • Rear center armrest with cup holders
  • Rear map reading lights

Allure models, now equipped exclusively with the 120kW 2.0-litre turbo diesel drivetrain, gain more than $2500 worth of specification including:

  • Blind-spot monitoring
  • 7-inch touchscreen for vehicle controls
  • Reverse camera
  • 8GB jukebox
  • Paddle shift
  • LED daytime running lamps
  • LED fog lamps
  • Rear map reading lights
  • Rear center armrest with cup holders
  • Electric boot release (sedan only)

Allure Touring (and GT Touring) variants add a further $700 in standard specification over the sedan:

  • Blind spot monitoring
  • 12V outlet in the cargo area
  • Retractable cargo net (seat to roof)

508 GT sedan and touring models mirror the additional specification gains across the range, adding:

  • All-LED headlamps
  • Leather sports seats with contrasting red stitching
  • Massage function for the driver’s seat

Carrying an RRP of $58,490 for the sedan and $61,490 for the touring both 508 GTs are powered exclusively by a 150kW, 450Nm 2.2litre turbo-diesel drivetrain.




508 Active petrol 6-speed auto


508 Allure diesel 6-speed auto


508 Allure Touring diesel 6-speed auto


508 GT diesel 6-speed auto


508 GT Touring 6-speed auto



All 508 models receive a fresh face, with new frontal styling including new front guards, bonnet, headlamps, grille and bumper treatment.

An increase in overall vehicle length front and rear has resulted in a better visual balance of the vehicle. The sedan is now 38mm longer, 16mm of which is in the front overhang (the same for Touring), and 22mm longer in the rear overhang.

The new grille is an essential element of the Peugeot 508’s styling. Standing further upright and with the inclusion of Peugeot’s famous lion rampant at its center, it is pays tribute to illustrious models from the French marque’s 124 year history building automobiles.

It also allows the new Peugeot 508 to introduce a corporate style to its leading edge that is more self-assured and which will be deployed on the marque’s future models.

The bonnet has been redesigned to make it more horizontal, giving the 508 a more contemporary look.

Front bumpers now feature integrated daytime running lamps lower, which also double as the indications and over score the standard LED fog lamps.

At the rear, the sedan features a newly designed bumper and lighting package.

Chrome highlights draw vision downward, adding to the visual muscle of the vehicle.

Boot volumes remain unchanged at 497 litres for the sedan and 612 litres for the Touring.


Top-of-the-range 508 Allure and GT variants are characterised by new lighting.

Headlamps, daytime running lamps, direction indicators and fog lamps are all created completely from hi-tech LEDs.

In total, there are no less than 44 LEDs making up the look of the new Peugeot 508.

The headlamps are made up of three modules of four LEDs each, to which three additional LEDs are added for the cornering lighting function.

This technology allows the lighting to be fine-tuned and also accentuates the vehicle’s feline look.

The small size and very structured lenses enhance the distinctive and technological aspects.

Each car’s visual signature is created by the daytime running lamps built into the bumper as standard.

The indicators comprise four LEDs following the form of the daytime running lamps.

The standard front LED foglamps are installed in the ends of the front bumper in a chrome insert.

For Active models the new Peugeot 508 introduces halogen headlamps with excellent photometric performance.

The other lamps, including daytime running lamps, direction indicators and side lamps, are identical to the top-of-the-range versions.

Rear lamps on sedans have also been redesigned to make them more horizontal than before, whether viewed from the side or from directly behind.

Each contains 36 LEDs arranged in three claws and their opalescent red layout provides a lighting signature that is strongly identifiable and technological.

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