PARIS – The Peugeot 3008 cross/utility vehicle, a 3,086-lb. (1,400-kg) mix of sedan, minivan and SUV, arrives at “just the right time,” insists Christopher Peugeot, spokesman for the brand and member of PSA Peugeot Citroen’s controlling family. Sales of minivans and SUVs in France have fallen drastically since the country began its bonus-malus program last year aimed at encouraging purchases of more fuel-efficient cars. “You can’t buy a minivan and pay less than an E1,600 ($2,120) ...
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