Passenger & boot space
How it copes with people and clutter
Even tall people won't feel cramped in the front of the Peugeot 2008. The head and leg room are good and there’s enough interior width to prevent shoulders clashing.
There’s also a decent amount of storage space, including door pockets, a deep cubbyhole between the seats, a couple of cupholders and a tray at the bottom of the dashboard. Above that, you'll find a hidden compartment that clicks open to reveal an ideal spot to stow your phone.
Front passenger seat height adjustment is standard from mid-spec Allure upwards, but there's no option of adjustable lumbar support for the passenger on any of the trims.
With the 2008's rear seats up, luggage space is average for the class. There’s enough for a small holiday, but rivals such as the Skoda Kamiq, VW T-Cross and Renault Captur offer more room. You can drop the rear seats when you need to make a trip to the tip, though.
It’s worth noting that all Peugeot 2008 models have a height-adjustable boot floor, which is useful because it allows you to separate the boot into two compartments and, in its highest setting, leaves barely any lip at the boot entrance.