For The 508 offers agile handling and some fine engines. It’s classy inside and the e-HDi version is incredibly efficient.
Against The ride is firm, there’s quite a bit of wind noise and some rivals provide more space.
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The Peugeot 508 falls some way short of the class leaders, but there’s still a lot to like.
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There are 8 Peugeot 508 versions available
Target Price team says:
The majority of Peugeot 508s (Peugeot reckons around 65%) will be run as company cars and its smart image and range of efficient engines give it plenty of appeal for business users.
The e-HDi model – which has a range of features to cut fuel consumption and CO2 emissions – will be most tempting, although there’s no fully manual gearbox, which won’t be to all tastes. Elsewhere, there’s a wide range of engines, with the 201bhp GT version topping the range. It’s pricey, but comes with lots of power and kit.
Among the options available are four-zone climate control and a system that tells you if the car will fit in an adjacent parking space.
Reader test team says:
30/11/13. My last review on this excellent car. Comfort economy and more than enough top speed for anyone on UK roads. I dont need a car that zooms…
Having driven large saloons for a long time, a brief spell with a hatch back left me longing for something a bit more sophisticated. A chance…
Previously had an Audi A6 2.0TDI and a BMW 320d and wanted a different car. The 508 GT has been a revelation. I do high mileage and am now at 19K in…
The Peugeot 508 Saloon 1.6 THP automatic has an excellent engine-transmission combination. The Peugeot "Prince" engine, co-developed with BMW, has a…