Costs & verdict
Everyday costs, plus how reliable and safe it is
Costs, insurance groups, MPG and CO2
The Peugeot 2008 is priced towards the more expensive end of the small SUV class, so its closest rivals are the Audi Q2 and VW T-Roc. The same goes if you're planning to buy using a PCP finance scheme – the 2008 commands a higher monthly rate than an equivalent Ford Puma, Renault Captur or Skoda Kamiq.
Disappointingly, the 2008 isn't predicted to hold on to its value as well as many rivals, including the Q2, Puma and Kamiq. Thanks to relatively low CO2 emissions, it does make much more financial sense for company car drivers paying benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax.
The 2008 was too new to feature in the 2020 What Car? Reliability Survey, but Peugeot as a brand finished a disappointing 25th out of 31 manufacturers in the overall league table. That's above Nissan and Renault, but below most of its other key rivals, including Audi and Ford.
Every 2008 comes with a three-year warranty, consisting of two years of unlimited-mileage cover from the manufacturer and an extra year provided by Peugeot’s UK dealer network.