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Used test: Hyundai Santa Fe vs Peugeot 5008: verdict

Buy either of these seven-seat SUVs at two years old and you could save more than £10,000. Time to see which deserves your money...

Used test: Hyundai Santa Fe vs Peugeot 5008

Our verdict

While both of our contenders are available for a lot less if you go for one of the cheaper trims, if it’s bells and whistles you’re after, these top-spec versions have plenty going for them.

Of the two, though, it's the Hyundai Santa Fe that we'd spend our money on, because it's an excellent all-rounder, and by far the more practical option. Yes, it will cost you more than the Peugeot 5008 but the price gap is much smaller than it was when the cars were new.

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1st – Hyundai Santa Fe

santa fe

For Ridiculous amount of standard kit; excellent seating flexibility; huge boot; best infotainment system
Against Overly heavy steering; so-so interior quality

What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

Hyundai Santa Fe review >>

2nd – Peugeot 5008


For Cheaper to buy and run; classiest interior; practical boot; more agile handling
Against Terrible head room in second row of seats; lower towing capacity; choppy low-speed ride

What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

Peugeot 5008 review >>

Specifications: Peugeot 5008 2.0 BlueHDi 180 GT

Engine size 2.0-litre diesel
Power 174bhp
Torque 295lb ft
0-60mph 9.3sec
Top speed 134mph
Fuel economy 58.9mpg (Official average)
CO2 emissions 129g/km

Specifications: Hyundai Santa Fe 2.2 CRDi Premium SE 4WD auto

Engine size 2.2-litre diesel
Power 197bhp
Torque 325lb ft
0-60mph 9.3sec
Top speed 127mph
Fuel economy 44.8mpg (Official average)
CO2 emissions 164g/km

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