24 May '12, 1pm

Peugeot 301 – a compact global sedan for new markets

Peugeot 301 – a compact global sedan for new markets

The car is the first to kick off the company’s reinvention of its naming policy, which now utilises a “1″ final digit for new “value for money” conquest models and permanently fixes the names of the models with an “8” final digit for future renewals, to simplify the understanding of things. As such, models will no longer change their number when they are renewed. So there won’t be a 509, by the looks of it.

Full article: http://paultan.org/2012/05/24/peugeot-301-a-compact-globa...

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