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12 Jan 2013

Peugeot Launches Napapijri 3008

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Peugeot Launches Napapijri 3008

Peugeot introduces the new special series 3008 NapapijriResult of its exclusive partnership with the Italian textile sportswear brand, which has, since its inception in making garments and high mountain snow.

The new special series Napapijri of Peugeot 3008 is based on the highest level of finish, called Allure, and is characterized by a high degree of personalization, both interior and exterior, and performance.

Inside, the new Peugeot 3008 Napapijri has specific TEP trims, alcantara and leather in different elements, as well as sealed with Napapijri logo engraved on the headrests adorned with stitching and sewn especially colored copper wire heated seats.

Outside, in addition to front detector obstacles, the Allure finish complements other design elements on the front, rear doors and the tailgate.

Napapijri, Whose name in Finnish means "Arctic Circle", was born in 1987. The brand, popularly known by its logo with the flag of Norway, making his debut anoraks and rucksacks for skiing before be made available through sportswear fashion garments.

El Peugeot 3008 also stands out for this adventurous and versatile spirit, and that is a cross between SUVs, minivans, sedans and even.

This new special edition Peugeot 3008 is available with the HDi powertrains and 115 150 CV and also with the THP petrol engine 155 CV. The Peugeot 3008 Napapijri is now on sale across the Peugeot network with a price that starts from 26.220 euros, financed by Banque PSA Finance.

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