Peugeot Rifter pricing announced | New Release - Car News Jul 2018


14:08 Friday 20 Jul 2018

Prices for the new Peugeot Rifter will start from £19,650 on-the-road, it has been confirmed.

The all-new leisure activity vehicle comes in Active, Allure and GT Line trim levels, and in either five-seat Standard Length or seven-seat Long Length variants.

All Rifters include the Peugeot i-Cockpit with compact steering wheel, head-up display and large 8-inch capacitive colour touchscreen. Active trim includes Lane Keeping Assist, Speed limit recognition and recommendation, Active Safety Brake, air conditioning, electric and heated door mirrors, Bluetooth, DAB radio, and aluminium roof bars. Starting from £20,920 on-the-road, Allure models add electric rear windows, rear parking sensors, electric parking brake, tray tables at the back of the front seats, Mirror Screen compatible with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink, voice recognition, LED daytime running lights and 16-inch Taranaki Alloy Wheels. The range-topping GT Line, which starts from £22,570 on-the-road, adds Peugeot Connect SOS and Assistance, Connected 3D Navigation, keyless entry, automatic dual zone climate control, power folding mirrors, Zenith panoramic glass roof with storage spaces and electric interior blind and, 17-inch Aoraki Alloy Wheels.

The Rifter range is powered by Peugeot’s latest generation of efficient engines, including the award-winning 1.2 PureTech 110 S&S petrol engine with 6-speed manual gearbox, and the 1.5 BlueHDi 130 S&S with a 6-speed manual or 8-speed automatic gearbox.

Finished in Bianca White as standard, there is also the option for the Onyx Black, Ardent Red, Cumulus Grey Metallic, Nimbus Grey Metallic, Pearl Sand Metallic, Deep Blue Metallic, and Sunset Copper Metallic paint.
The Peugeot Rifter is available at your local Peugeot retailer.


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