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Model: 308 RCZ
Availability: Spring 2010
Price: Not yet available
Peugeot made the 308 RCZ for demanding customers in search of Fahrspass—German for "driving enjoyment." The concept for the 308 RCZ was first unveiled two years ago in Frankfurt and is now ready for mass production. At just 1.36 meters high, the 308 RCZ is relatively low to the ground compared to others in its class. It uses 5.4 liters of diesel for every 100 kilometers (that's 43.6 mpg) and has a CO2 emissions rating of 139 grams per kilometer.