How to spec a Peugeot 2008
Our guide to Peugeot's small SUV covers which options to choose, which to avoid and how much to pay for it all...
Small SUVs are a dime a dozen these days, but few will get you noticed in the supermarket car park like the Peugeot 2008. From its oversize front grille to its futuristic interior, this is a car that's as much about style as it is about family friendly practicality. And with our recommended 1.2-litre petrol engine under the bonnet, it's pleasantly peppy too.
Our full 16-point review will take you through the 2008's complete engine range, as well as telling you what the car is like to live with and how much you can fit into its boot. Here, though, we're concentrating on equipment and options, and the good news is that if you go for our recommended Allure Premium trim, you'll have most of your kit needs covered, because this comes with a large 10in infotainment touchscreen as well as all the other niceties of regular Allure trim.
There's still room to add more luxury without causing your credit card to tremble, however, so here's what we'd choose from the options list.
Best small SUVs 2022
Thinking of buying a new small SUV? Then make sure you read our countdown of the top 10 cars in this booming sector – plus, find out which ones we'd avoid
Peugeot 2008 long-term test review
The original Peugeot 2008 had few rivals when it was launched, but plenty of other cars have since stolen its thunder. Can this all-new version return to the top of the tree?