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Old 19-11-15, 08:53 PM   #1
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Please is it possible to make a new sub section for the new 308, it is s totally different model and needs to be separated
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Forgive my ignorance, but is the section not relevant to the new model?

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The 2014 onwards 308 is a completely different car, different shape, size, models and options. I would agree that we could do with a 308 T9 MKII section.
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Yes as said above the 2014- 308 is a completely new car and the section does get confusing when wanting to discuss the 308 T9 models
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Thanks guys, I have passed this along to the rest of the team.

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Hi Marie

Only just found this area on the website. There are now 3 pages of requests under the 308 Forum requesting a new section for the Peugeot 308 2014+.
As stated before, the new 308 is a totally different car to the previous one.
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I haven't posted here in years but I'd agree that we could do with a new 308 sub forum to avoid confusion. Mostly because I'm waiting for my 308 gt line to be delivered!
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The argument came back that the changes were aesthetic, it's still the same car in a lot of ways is it not?

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The argument came back that the changes were aesthetic, it's still the same car in a lot of ways is it not?

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No I wouldn't say so.

The new 308 is based on the new PSA EMP2 platform along with the Citroen Picasso C4 Second Generation. They are much lighter in weight.

Their is a new range of engines in these cars such the 1.2 Petrol in the 2nd Gen 308.

The electrics, head unit and options that come with this car are completely different.

A lot of people on the forum are getting confused when people answer information that whilst true for the first gen 308, is not so for the 2nd gen. Or visa versa.

Personally I blame peugeot for making a new car, and using an old model number
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No I wouldn't say so.

The new 308 is based on the new PSA EMP2 platform along with the Citroen Picasso C4 Second Generation. They are much lighter in weight.

Their is a new range of engines in these cars such the 1.2 Petrol in the 2nd Gen 308.

The electrics, head unit and options that come with this car are completely different.

A lot of people on the forum are getting confused when people answer information that whilst true for the first gen 308, is not so for the 2nd gen. Or visa versa.

Personally I blame peugeot for making a new car, and using an old model number

Totally agree, canīt be compared. Only the name...a new section will help a lot.

Just to clarify, the new 308 (T9) came out in late 2013, not 2014.

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