JOHNSON & PERROTT LIMITED

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The award-winning Peugeot 308 is a stylish hatchbackthat is daring and intuitive with a sporty design for a totally unique driving experience.

 

Our unique Peugeot i-Cockpit provides an instinctive driving experience and is full of technology. Bluetooth and a USB connection are available throughout the range, providing a high level of technology as well as a pure, minimal design. The Active trim and above features a 9.7inch colour touchscreen that controls a range of features from the Radio to the air conditioning.

 

Our new Puretech 3-cylinder turbo petrol engines deliver the performance normally associated with bigger engines but with significantly improved fuel consumption. A worthy winner therefore of the 2015 'International engine of the year' award in the 1.0-litre to 1.4-litre category.

 

Contact us today to arrange your test drive or to find out more.

 

For more information see the 308 showroom

 

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JOHNSON & PERROTT LIMITED

Founded in 1810, Johnson & Perrott Motor Group is one of Ireland’s leading motor retailers and is owned by members of the Whitaker family, 5th and 6th generation descendants of Mr James Johnson, who purchased the business in 1860. Mr Johnson led the company’s venture into the world of automobiles in 1903 when he sold his first motor car. Today, having recently passed its 200th anniversary, the Group has interests in vehicle hire, motor dealerships and fleet management. It represents a number of leading car franchises at its two dealerships in Cork City: Mahonpoint Retail Park and Douglas Road. The dealership’s new, extensive Peugeot showroom is now open for business, housing the full range of Peugeot passenger cars and light commercial vehicles, including the newly arrived Peugeot 208. A range of quality used Peugeot vehicles is on site. Fully trained Peugeot technical experts are on hand and a wide range of Peugeot spare parts and accessories are stocked.

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