Peugeot officials have recently given the details of the new 301 sedan. Variations in the road-structures come as part and parcel when we move from developed to developing or underdeveloped countries. This means that the roads and thus the driving conditions aren’t comparatively favorable to the cars and the drivers. The Peugeot 301 sedan is meant to take care of such roads.
The designing team of the sedan took the designing so seriously that they were reported to have gone out on long driving missions to carry out comparative mileage on different kinds of roads. The car has been designed in such a way that neither it gets affected in any way nor its driver suffers because of the poor surfaced roads. Moreover, large number of screw fittings increases the heftiness of the car. As far as the comfort factor is concerned, the car’s powerful electronic air conditioning system easily deals with the scorching heat in hot countries.
As far as the workmanship and the materials of the Peugeot 301 sedan is concerned, it is being reported to continue using the standard Peugeot 508 ones. The 4.44m long and 2.65m wide wheelbase sedan (Peugeot 301) has been reported to be featuring a 640 litres of boot space.
The French carmaker’s upcoming sedan is likely to bring in a breeze of excitement amongst car enthusiasts in hot countries and even countries with poor surfaced roads. It’s certainly going to be a boon for those who suffer during their drives because of the aforementioned conditions. The 301-sedan is likely to be launched in Turkey on 1st of November, followed by its releases in Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, Ukraine, Greece, the Maghreb, the Middle East, the Gulf States, some of the African countries, certain Latin American markets and China too. Although recent reports suggested that the French auto giant seemed to have put its Indian debut on hold but the company’s press release hints something that is on the better half of the story.