Peugeot has placed its technological expertise at your disposal to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions across all of its engines.
The quest to achieve the best possible eco-efficiency has been a major preoccupation in the design of the 3008. Wind tunnel tests were conducted on the bodywork to optimise the air penetration index. It achieved a Cx of 0.296iFor the 16'' and 17'' versions.: a performance that influences a reduction in fuel consumption, and thus CO2 emissions.
The Peugeot 3008 boasts particularly low fuel consumption levels, and consequently CO2 emission levels.
The 3008 1.6 l e-HDi 150 hp FAP BMP6 only consumes 4.2 l/100 kmiWith the 215/60/R16 Mud and Snow or 225/50/R17 tyres. in combined cycle, with only 110 g/kmiWith the 215/60/R16 Mud and Snow or 225/50/R17 tyres. of CO2 emitted.
The Peugeot 3008 can be equipped with very low rolling resistance tyres, in 16‘’ and 17‘ versions, which reduce fuel consumption while boosting the level of grip. By reducing rolling resistance by almost 20 %, the tyres allow the quantity of energy required in order for the vehicle to function to be lowered.
The petrol and diesel engines available in the 3008 meet Euro 5 standards.
HDi technology is linked to a particle filter, a high-performance anti-pollution system. A self-cleaning device, it processes the gas produced by the combustion of diesel in the engine. This equipment reduces the particle emissions of diesel engines to a measurable limit. This technology makes diesel engines more eco-friendly.