The Peugeot 308 SW has some efficient engines and a large boot, but it’s disappointing to drive and rear space is tightread the full model review
This is Peugeot’s ‘warm’ version of the 308 SW. As such, it gets more potent petrol and diesel engine choices, as well as a lowered ride height, keyless entry and start, radar cruise control and automatic emergency braking as standard, along with the ability to disengage the electronic stability control.
Engine:2.0 BlueHDi 180
This motor is rather gruff and its eight-speed automatic gearbox can be slow to react to manual inputs. If you want warm hatch performance coupled with long-distance range, it is a tempting proposition. Otherwise, we’d still opt for the 1.5 if you want a diesel.