July 24, 2014

Peugeot 207 CC and 308 CC Roland Garros Special Editions

Peugeot 207 CC and 308 CC Roland Garros

Peugeot 207 CC and 308 CC Roland Garros

Peugeot – an official sponsor of the French Open – has revealed Roland Garros Special editions of the 308CC and 207CC.

There’s nothing like a special edition to move a few cars – especially when they’re nearing the end of their shelf life – and even better if you can tie in a bit of Sponsorship goodness in the process.

Which explains Peugeot’s decision to put together special editions of the 207CC and 308CC with a bit of ‘Tennis’ thrown in to the mix with ‘Roland Garros’ badges (Peugeot are sponsors of the French Open at Roland Garros)

The Peugeot 207 CC Roland Garros comes in either Onyx Black or Bianca White with a choice of the 1.6 litre VTi or the 1.6 litre HD 112 diesel.

Based on the 207 Allure trim, the 207 CC Roland Garros gets leather seats with a Roland Garros logo on the seats, windstop and carpet mats. There’s also aluminium door sills, 17″ alloys, Bi-Zone AirCon, auto lights and cruise control.

Peugeot say the 207CC RG gets £1,235 worth of extra kit for just £650 more than the Allure.

The 308 CC Roland Garros comes in either Nera Black or Pearl White with a choice of the 1.6 litre petrol in either THP 156 oir THP 200 guise or the 2.0 litre HDi 163 diesel.

Also based on the Allure trim level the 308CC RG gets Blue/Grey leather seats, 18* Dark Storm alloys, Peugeot Connect with Bluetooth, auto lights and wipers, parking sensors and Roland Garros logos on the windstop and carpet mats.

Peugeot say the 308CC gets £550 worth of extra kit for £300 more than the allure.

Both the 207 CC and 308 CC Roland Garros – which also get Roland Garros badging on the body – are now available to order with the 207CC costing from £18,795 and the 308CC from £25,945.

Peugeot 207 CC and 308 CC Roland Garros Special Editions Photos

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