Rifter 2019 interior
You may think that Rifter 2019 interior has some problems with identity because of its roots, the MPV’s applied orientations and intersections / SUV, but according to Peugeot, this is a winning recipe.
The Rifter 2019 interior has distinguished itself from its high altitude and more rugged design, designed to attract those who may also think of SUVs.
If you want an oil tanker, the 110-hp PureTech 110 is available with a six-speed manual transmission, while PureTech 130 (yes, with 130hp) joins the range in early 2019.
In the cabin, you will find the dashboard and interior design in the same way you would in both the Citroen and Vauxhall cars, which means a new design with wide horizontal air vents, a large central box under the gears, and an informational screen on the tablet. Top-level models. The Peugeot is competing for two small variations, a brand, and a small steering wheel sitting in front of an i-Cockpit dashboard.
Additional Allure comfort equipment is found. The use of these features adds electric rear windows, rear parking sensors, rear tray tables, an entertainment system with an 8-inch touch screen with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and voice recognition. An extra dose is also available from the additional model, with its LED lights and 16-inch wheels. £ 20,920 is the price of a regular Rifter newspaper, with a long-priced version of £ 22,620.