For The Peugeot 3008 has a great blend of comfort, quality and spacious family car practicality.
Against Rear kneeroom is tight and the ride and handling aren’t great unless you get a car with Dynamic Roll Control.
The Peugeot 3008 is practical, refined and easy to drive. A sumptuous cabin and some excellent engines help make it even more appealing. By Steve Huntingford
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The 3008 comes with two 1.6-litre petrol engines (with 118bhp or 154bhp in the turbocharged THP), and 1.6 HDI and 2.0 HDI diesels. There’s also a diesel hybrid version, which is expensive to buy but returns fantastic figures for fuel consumption and emissions. It’s our Green SUV of the Year. For most buyers, though, we reckon the more powerful petrol engine is the pick of the range.
Trim levels give high levels of standard equipment, and top-end models have all the luxuries and latest gadgets.
Peugeot dealers are generally happy to haggle, and now that the 3008 has been on sale for a while, you should be able to get a decent discount. Watch out, too, for low-rate finance schemes and other incentives; as large mainstream retailers, Peugeot dealers have room for manoeuvre.
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