Today’s special edition model comes to us from Germany and Peugeot which released a sportier-looking version of its Mitsubishi Outlander based 4007 SUV. As its name suggests, the 4007 Sport Edition justifies its existence through a series of accessories that include 19-inch dark alloy wheels, aluminum roof rails, new twin exhaust pipes, a front lip spoiler, chrome surroundings for the fog lights, and a discreet roof spoiler. Inside, the French automaker has added a few extra goodies like the upgraded audio system and the automatic climate control to the vehicle’s standard equipment. The 4007 Sport Edition is offered exclusively with Peugeot’s 156HP 2.2-liter turbo diesel engine with prices in Germany starting from €38,350.
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