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Used Peugeot 108 14-present review

Used Peugeot 108 14-present
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What alternatives should I consider to a used Peugeot 108 hatchback?

Probably the biggest competitor to the 108 is the Volkswagen Up. Thanks to sharing parts with its more expensive siblings, all the major controls have a damped, quality feel to them. Road, wind and engine noise are all very well contained for this class of car, and there’s even the option of a turbocharged 1.0-litre petrol engine that offers brisk acceleration.

If you don’t have the cash to splash on an Up, then some of its cheaper siblings such as the Skoda Citigo and Seat Mii offer nearly the same capabilities as the Up, but for less cash.

The Toyota Aygo is essentially the same car as the 108, but it has bolder styling and the backing of a longer five-year warranty.

If you need the most interior space for your money, then the Hyundai i10 has one of the biggest boots in the sector and it copes better with transporting four adults than almost any other rival.

What alternatives should I consider to a used Peugeot 108 hatchback?

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Verdict

Thanks to plenty of equipment, a responsive infotainment system and low running costs, the Peugeot 108 makes a fine city car choice

  • Decent performance
  • Real-world fuel economy
  • Infotainment
  • Noisy engine
  • Jerky automatic gearbox
  • Very small boot