The Peugeot 508 makes plenty of sense as a company car and scores well for safety, but plenty of rivals are more practical and better to drive.get the best price
Top-spec GT trim gets a punchy Focal stereo, adaptive suspension, adaptive cruise control, a gesture controlled electric tailgate, leather seats with electric adjustment and memory for the driver, plus massage function and lane-keeping assistance. It's rather pricey, though, and hard to recommend.
Engine: 1.6 Hybrid
Combining a 1.6-litre turbocharged petrol engine with an electric motor, the Hybrid sends a total of 222bhp to the front wheels. Low emissions and decent performance make this a tempting choice for company car users.
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