Diesel Car Magazine Awards
The impressive Peugeot RCZ Sports Coupe has been named ‘Sports Car of the Year 2014’ by Diesel Car Magazine for the fifth year running. The stylish two-door was restyled in 2013 and is characterised by its ‘double-bubble’ roofline and aluminium roof arches. The car boasts a 1.6L petrol engine which is capable of 0-62mph in 8.3 seconds. It has a high quality sports interior and spacious rear seating which when folded reveal a cavernous boot space. The double bubble glass roof gives the Peugeot RC-Z its own identity. The interior of the Peugeot RC-Z is equally impressive with hand stitched leather on the dashboard and a piano black finish to the centre console. The look is completed with comfortable leather bucket seats.
Ian Robertson, Editor of DieselCar, said "the Peugeot RCZ offers a rewarding driving experience, agile handling and a well sorted ride, and frugal diesel power. It really is the icing on the cake for the sexily styled sports coupé."
The RCZ is available in Sport trim priced from £23,950 or GT specification from £26,350, it represents impressive value with CO2 at just 135g/km and economy on the Combined Drive Cycle of 54.3mpg yet it can also accelerate to 62mph in 8.7 seconds on to a potential top speed of 137mph. Just a few of the many reasons it is a regular award-winning combination.
National Motor Museum Trust Raffle Draw
If you haven't got the funds to buy a Peugeot RCZ but you have the odd pound handy then it may be worth looking at the 2014 National Motor Museum Trust Raffle Draw. If you win then you could be the owner of a brand new Peugeot RCZ GT Sports Coupe. This fantastic car has been donated by Peugeot UK as the star prize in the 2014 National Motor Museum Trust Raffle Draw and it gets even better as the RCZ is Bianca White in colour. if you walked in to your local Peugeot showroom then the RCZ range would set you back around £21,600.
The National Motor Museum Trust Raffle Draw takes place annually, with the winning ticket numbers announced in November each year. All monies raised from the sale of tickets go towards furthering the work of the National Motor Museum Trust. Tickets cost just £1 each and can be bought at the National Motor Museum, but if you cannot get there they can also be purchased on application by contacting Theresa Browning by email at email@example.com.