While the 508 RXH is a bespoke derivative of the 508, with a distinctive appearance, high-end appeal and all-route capability, the 508 HYbrid4 uses its hybrid powertrain to optimise driving performance, economy and versatility. Both benefit from the lowest-in-sector taxation, too.
The 508 HYbrid4 carries a comprehensive specification similar to the well-specified 508 Allure, but with the dynamic benefits of the HYbrid4 technology. Features like keyless entry with Stop & Start button, Peugeot Connect Navigation (RT6) with Bluetooth, Peugeot Connect SOS and Assistance, automatic headlamps and wipers, 18” alloy wheels and half leather seats are all standard equipment.
The 508 RXH is a distinctive, top-of-the-range, premium specification vehicle that has features over and above the 508 HYbrid4. Exclusively available in the SW estate body style, and combined with its HYbrid4 powertrain, it has a raised stance, original style features and bespoke 18” Attila alloy wheels. Other features include panoramic glass roof, Colour Head Up display, USB point and acoustic laminated side windows.
Phil Robson, Fleet and Used Car Director, at Peugeot UK, said; "Never until now has there been a choice of cars that comprehensively ticks so many boxes. I firmly believe we have a real success story on our hands with the 508, and I think businesses will greatly value the considerable virtues that we have to offer in these new and accomplished HYbrid4 products”.
Both models are available to order now, with the 508 RXH on sale from May, and the 508 HYbrid4 is available from July.