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The GT Line version of the PEUGEOT RIFTER is elegant and dynamic, and completes PEUGEOT’s GT Line range.
Resolutely distinctive, the GT Line version features specific Onyx Black characteristics such as the outline of the radiator grille, the rearview mirror casings, the roof bars, and even inserts in the side strips.
This exclusive style is complemented by 17-inch “Aoraki” diamond-cut alloy wheels and GT Line name plates with a copper finish on the front wings and tailgate.
The main characteristics of this interior finish are a leather steering wheel, dashboard components enhanced with “Quente Brown” paint, “Tissu Casual” upholstery and the chequered background of the dials.
The PEUGEOT RIFTER elegantly displays its explorer DNA, inviting you to experience complete freedom of action every single day.
The work achieved on the vehicle’s architecture and on the optimisation of its mass is a determining factor in the perpetual quest to reduce CO2 emissions and consumption.
The efficiency of the engines offered is therefore top-notch. These engines meet the latest Euro 6.c standard and are already set to meet the future WLTC driving cycle standards.
With the petrol option, two versions of the 1.2 PureTech engine are available:
– PureTech 130ch S&S with an 8-speed automatic gearbox / EAT8 (available in 2019)
– PureTech 110ch S&S with a 6-speed manual gearbox, also available in a very low consumption version.
The PureTech 130 includes a Gasoline Particulate Filter to reduce particle emissions.
With the diesel option, three 1.5 BlueHDi engine powers are available:
– BlueHDi 130ch S&S with a 6-speed manual gearbox or 8-speed automatic gearbox / EAT8
– BlueHDi 100ch with a 5-speed manual gearbox, also available in S&S very low consumption version
– BlueHDi 75ch with a 5-speed manual gearbox
The Diesel engines are all equipped with a particle filter and selective catalytic reduction system. This technology enables emission control upon starting the engine and without requiring a particle filter additive.