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Peugeot 5008 MPV (09 - 16) review

(2009 - 2016)
Peugeot 5008 MPV (09 - 16)
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Which used Peugeot 5008 MPV should I buy?

If you want a petrol Peugeot 5008, the chances are you’ll be opting for the turbocharged 1.6-litre THP, which offers the best compromise of performance and cost. However, most will go for the diesel, and of those it’s the smoother 1.6-litre engine we’d recommend, albeit only with a manual gearbox.

Trim ranges from Active through Sport and Exclusive on early cars, while from the 2014 facelift the entry level model was lost, leaving just Active (which now came with front and rear parking sensors) and Allure spec.

All 5008s came with seven seats and air-conditioning, while moving up the range added extras such as larger alloy wheels, front fog lights, cruise control and different trim. Top spec versions had luxuries such as a panoramic glass roof, head up display, climate control and a rather lacklustre satnav system.

Our favourite Peugeot 5008: 1.6 HDI Active

Peugeot 5008 MPV (09 - 16)

Which used Peugeot 5008 MPV should I buy?

If you want a petrol Peugeot 5008, the chances are you’ll be opting for the turbocharged 1.6-litre THP, which offers the best compromise of performance and cost. However, most will go for the diesel, and of those it’s the smoother 1.6-litre engine we’d recommend, albeit only with a manual gearbox.

Trim ranges from Active through Sport and Exclusive on early cars, while from the 2014 facelift the entry level model was lost, leaving just Active (which now came with front and rear parking sensors) and Allure spec.

All 5008s came with seven seats and air-conditioning, while moving up the range added extras such as larger alloy wheels, front fog lights, cruise control and different trim. Top spec versions had luxuries such as a panoramic glass roof, head up display, climate control and a rather lacklustre satnav system.

Our favourite Peugeot 5008: 1.6 HDI Active

Peugeot 5008 MPV (09 - 16)
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