Which used Peugeot 3008 estate should I buy?
It’s at these lower price points that the 3008 makes the most sense, because by the same logic, of course, the newer, more expensive examples still have quite far to fall in terms of their values.
Diesel versions make the most sense, but keep in mind that the particulate filter systems need regular recharging, for which they require the car to be run up to motorway speeds. So if you don’t do a frequent high-speed journey as part of your normal driving routine, it’s worth taking your new 3008 out every couple of weeks for a quick motorway sprint.
If you’re not prepared to do this, choose a petrol version, though again, make sure you bear in mind the extra fuel costs involved. Active versions offer a reasonable amount of equipment for the money, though if your like your toys you’ll probably want to upgrade to the Sport or Allure versions.
Our favourite Peugeot 3008: 2009-on 1.6 HDI Sport