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Introduction

What Car? says...

It seems the consensus is in, and the striking looks of the Peugeot 3008 are a hit. And that's to be expected, because the French firm’s family SUV taps right into the current trend for bold styling.

The 3008 gained design cues from other models in the Peugeot range in a mid-life facelift, which added ‘sabre-toothed’ LED daytime running lights, a frameless front grille and smoked LED tail-lights. That helps lift it above the previous version style-wise.

The 3008's equipment levels have historically been pretty good, but there have been some revisions made to the line-up because of the ongoing worldwide semiconductor chip shortage.

Fortunately, if after reading the next few pages of this review you decide it's the car for you, we can help you pick your trim carefully. We'll also tell you how the Peugeot 3008 compares with rivals for performance, practicality, running costs and more.

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FAQs

  • In the family SUV table of the 2021 What Car? Reliability Survey, the 3008 in petrol form came 15th, while the diesel version came 25th. That was out of 28 car models rated – so not a particularly impressive showing. Peugeot came joint 22nd (with Vauxhall and Mercedes) out of 30 car makers in the brands table. All 3008s come with a three-year warranty, and plug-in hybrid (PHEV) versions get extra cover for the battery. Read more here

  • The Peugeot 3008 is not available as a fully electric car at the moment, but it can be bought as a plug-in hybrid (PHEV), which allows you to do shorter journeys on battery power. There are two PHEV versions available – the Hybrid and the more powerful Hybrid4 – and both manage around 25 miles of electric-only range in the real world. Read more here

  • We recommend the 1.2-litre PureTech engine, which may not sound big enough to power a family SUV, but is more than up to the task, and pleasingly frugal too. Peugeot has revamped its trim range, but we’ve traditionally favoured the second level up – currently called Allure Premium + – because it gives you the best blend of value and standard equipment. Read more here

  • The Peugeot 3008 scored a full five-star rating in official Euro NCAP safety testing, with high scores for adult and child protection. That was a few years ago, and the tests have become tougher since, so comparing it with more modern rivals is hard. Standard safety equipment includes automatic emergency braking (AEB) with lane-departure warning and blind-spot monitoring. Read more here

  • Allure Premium+ includes enough for most buyers, including dual-zone air-con, hands-free starting, heated door mirrors, 18-inch alloys and more. Top-level GT is more expensive and comes with pretty much everything you could think of, adding adaptive cruise control, upgraded automatic emergency braking (AEB) and LED headlights, among other kit. Read more here

  • At 520 litres, the non-hybrid 3008's boot isn’t quite the biggest in the family SUV class, but it can take a buggy or a couple of large suitcases with room to spare, so it’s big enough for most people’s day-to-day needs. Non-hybrids get a height-adjustable floor with a space underneath. Hybrid models have smaller boots (395 litres) and lose the adjustable floor. Read more here

At a glance
New car deals
Save up to £4,970
Target Price from £29,301
Save up to £4,970
or from £402pm
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Leasing deals
From £409pm
RRP price range £31,185 - £48,140
Number of trims (see all)3
Number of engines (see all)5
Available fuel types (which is best for you?)hybrid, diesel, petrol
MPG range across all versions 222.3 - 60.8
Available doors options 5
Warranty 3 years / 60000 miles
Company car tax at 20% (min/max) £673 / £2,269
Company car tax at 40% (min/max) £1,346 / £4,538
Available colours