For It’s cheap to run and the light steering and compact dimensions make it easy to drive in town. Most versions get an impressive amount of infotainment kit.
Against Many rival city cars feel more special inside. The rear seats are cramped and the boot is small.
What Car? says
It won’t cost you much to run and has a good touch-screen infotainment system, but otherwise the Peugeot 108 fails to compete with the best city cars.
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There are 15 Peugeot 108 versions available
Target Price team says:
Once you’ve decided whether a three- or five-door model suits you best, you need to choose between the 1.0 or 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engines. The 1.2 is the stronger of the two, but in reality neither offers brilliant performance, so we’d stick with the cheaper 1.0.
Next you need to choose a trim level. Entry-level Access models come with 14-inch steel wheels, LED daytime running lights, electric front windows, and USB and aux connections. We’d spend a bit extra on an Active model, though, which adds larger steel wheels, air-con, a colour touch-screen system, DAB radio and audio controls on the steering wheel.
The more expensive versions aren’t such good value. They are well equipped, though: Allure models have alloy wheels, a reversing camera and automatic headlights, while top-spec Feline cars come with dual-zone climate control and leather seats.
There's also a convertible version, the 108 Top, which isn't bad value for a soft-top city car.