Advice for buyers
What should I look for in a used Peugeot 108 hatchback?
As with most city cars, pay close attention to the bodywork of any Peugeot 108 you're thinking of buying, looking for scrapes or dents to bumpers and panels. They could end up being quite costly relative to the price of the car to repair and will affect the resale value if you don’t sort them out.
Also look for kerb damage to the alloy wheels (if it has them). The 108 doesn’t come with parking sensors and only some models get a back-up camera to help you manoeuvre the car.
Is a used Peugeot 108 hatchback reliable?
The Peugeot 108 didn’t feature in the latest What Car? Reliability Survey. However, the Toyota Aygo – a car the 108 is closely related to – did. Out of 21 city car rankings, the Aygo was the second most reliable model featured, which should give you some indication of the 108's reliability.
Peugeot as a brand ranked close to the bottom of our list, though, coming 25th out of 31 car manufacturers. If you would like to see the full list for city cars, visit the Reliability Survey pages for more information.