The Allure petrol hatch will start from $30,490 plus on-road costs, newly introduced Allure petrol Sportswagon from $32,490 plus on-roast costs, and GT Line petrol hatch from $34,990 plus on-road costs.
These new prices reflect an average increase of 6 per cent across the range since the launch of the 2020 model-year Peugeot 308 range in April.
The Peugeot 308’s standard equipment remains unchanged, with the range rationalised recently to just three models, and the introduction of a new turbocharged petrol wagon variant. Prices were also revised accordingly at that time.
The price rise applied to the lion brand's small hatch range comes just two months into the life of its model-year 2020 line-up.
Internationally, the 308 range has recently benefited from an update in the form of a new digital instrument cluster. It is expected Australian models of the Peugeot 308 will receive this upgrade in the first half of 2021.
The T9-generation Peugeot 308 is now in its sixth year on sale in Australia.
The French brand has sold just 55 examples of the Peugeot 308 since the start of 2020, up from 47 for the same period last year.