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Peugeot 3008 (2009-13)

Overall Rating

4 stars

The Peugeot 3008 is aimed at the medium car segment with the flexibility and space of an MPV, looks of an SUV and the vehicle dynamics of a family hatchback.

For
  • Practical
  • Economical
  • Decent drive
Against
  • 2012 Hybrid is expensive
  • Squat looks
Road Test

Practical the 3008 range consists of three trim levels, Active, Sport and Exclusive. Standard equipment consists of 17'' steel wheels with Michelin Energy Saver Tyres, cloth interior trim, leather steering wheel, RD4 Radio / single CD player, front fog-lights, electric front windows, air-conditioning, Multiflex interior (flat folding rear seats, adjustable three position load area floor and split tailgate), automatic electric parking brake with hill assist, electronic stability programme (ESP), height and reach adjustable steering wheel, remote central door locking with deadlocks, ABS, EBFD for Active. The Sport also has 17'' Samara alloy wheels with Michelin Energy Saver Tyres, rear parking aid, cruise control with speed limiter, RD4 Radio / single CD player with MP3 playback, portable load area light and cargo net, height adjustable driver and passenger seats, rear heating and air-conditioning vents, Look Pack (exterior body colour coding), Dynamic roll control (THP 150, HDi 150 & HDi 163). The Exclusive also includes Cielo panoramic glass roof, Visibility Pack (automatic headlights and wipers), head up display, distance alert, rear side window sun blinds, tyre pressure sensors, alarm (Thatcham category 1 approved), Exterior Pack (chrome front & rear bumpers and side rubbing strips), Family Pack (additional storage in rear foot well lockers), dual zone digital air-conditioning with air quality sensor (AQS) climate control and air-conditioning. Six power-train options consisting of two petrol engines and three HDI diesel engines. Petrol engines available as the 1.6 VTi 120 returning 39.8mpg on combined cycle with the 1.6 THP 150 returning 38.2mpg. Diesels are the HDi 110, Hdi 110 EGC, Hdi 150 and HDi 163 returning between 42mpg and 55mpg. HYbrid4 launched 2012, a full hybrid diesel-electric crossover with low CO2 emissions of just 91g/km.

Need To Know

Best Models: Diesels

Replacement: 2013


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Peugeot 3008 (2009-13)
Star Ratings

Handling

4 stars

Comfort

3 stars

Quality & Reliability

3 stars

Performance

3 stars

Roominess

4 stars

Running Costs

3 stars

Value for Money

3 stars

Stereo/Sat Nav

3 stars
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