Essentially the 308 hatchback on growth hormones, the Peugeot 3008 landed in 2009. It was practical and, as family cars go, good to drive – but it wasn’t pretty. Luckily, Peugeot fixed that with its sleeker 2014 and 2017 models. The petrol and diesel engines on offer are responsive and efficient, and a hybrid option’s been around since 2012. Price-wise, it’s fairly competitive against similar offerings from Nissan and Skoda, but the new 3008 is arguably the better-looking. The original model is an affordable buy, but if your budget can stretch, the post-facelift 2014 iterations are worth the extra cash.
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What we think about the Peugeot 3008
The Peugeot 3008 has everything you could want from a family SUV – practicality, economy and comfort. In the latest models, you can add style to the list too.
Good looks and snazzy interior
Solid engines and hybrid option
No real high-performance model
Less stylish older versions
The latest 3008 is available in five trims: Active, Allure, GT Line, GT Line Premium and GT. Pre-2017 models were Sport instead of GT (Line). In newer models, even the lowest spec has a tech-laden, stylish interior. Engine-wise, they’re all solid, offering a great balance of power and economy.
Our verdict of the Peugeot 3008
4 / 5 Gumtree rating
The Peugeot 3008 is a practical family car with good driving manners, and it won't break the bank. Later models have striking looks and decent tech features.