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Peugeot Pops its Collar - Roland Garros Editions for 207CC and 308CC

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Peugeot has unveiled two new special edition models inspired by the famous tennis tournament.

Roland Garros, the famous French tennis tournament, has inspired a pair of Peugeot special editions for the British market. The two unique editions are based on fully-loaded versions of the 207 CC and the 308 CC. We first reported Peugeot's plans for these special editions back in February and now we have more details as to what these models will offer. In terms of power, the Peugeot 207 CC will run on either a 1.6-liter VTi plant or a 1.6-liter HD 112hp diesel engine.

The 308 CC RG will run on either a 156hp or 200hp 1.6-liter gasoline engine or a 163hp 2.0-liter diesel motor. The Roland Garros special editions make their biggest impressions in terms of styling rather than power. The 207 CC is offered in either Onyx Black or Bianca White, while the 308 CC comes finished in either Nera Black or Pearl White. The former rides on 17-inch alloy wheels while the latter utilizes 18-inch Dark Storm alloys. Both feature Peugeot Connect with Bluetooth, parking aids, tinted windows and Roland Garros logos on their leather seats and around the cockpit, such as the floor mats.

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In terms of pricing, the Peugeot 207 CC RG special edition starts at £18,795 while the 308 CC RG starts at £25,845. They are available for order now.