Peugeot 2008

The  Peugeot 2008 is a Compact Crossover based on the excellent Peugeot 208, it has an extra 20cm in length, 5cm in width and 10cm in height making for an extra 75 litres of luggage space,  360 litres, and more room for front and rear inhabitants than it appears from the outside of the car. Raised wheel arches, a big grille and roof bars add a touch of SUV about the 2008, despite it only being available as front wheel drive, but it does boast traction control, standard on the top two trims, that will help with the winter weather.  The 2008 squares up well to the Vauxhall Mokka, Mini Countryman and the class leading, if a little over aggressive in design in our opinion, Nissan Juke.


The Peugeot 2008 lineup are named: Active, Signature, Allure Premium and GT Line, the standard level of equipment is generous, even the Active car enjoys air conditioning, cruise control, electric front windows and electrically operated and heated door mirrors, front fog lights, 16″ steel wheels, leather wrapped steering wheel, a 7 inch multifunction colour touchscreen with DAB radio, Mirror Screen for your smartphone and CarPlay to stream music, the Signature trim adds 16 inch alloys, parking sensors, privacy glass and automatic headlights and wipers. Allure Premium adds satellite navigation, reversing camera, 17 inch alloys, panoramic glass roof, faux leather interior, plus a leather trimm and Grip control. The range topping GT Line adds black alloys, and GT line trimmings.


The 2008 is powered by a three cylinder 1.2 litre petrol or a 1.5 diesel. The lightweight 1.2 three cylinder option offering 98, 127 or 155bhp, the smallest is adequate for plodding around town it does suffer a little on the open road, (0-62mph in 13.5 seconds) the 110’s time is 9.6 and the wonderful 130bhp version takes 9.3 seconds with 6 gears.  The best power to economy ratio is found in the 1.5 litre diesel with 100bhp or an optional 120bhp in Allure and Feline trim the 100bhp diesel engines deliver 78 miles per gallon and can reach 62mph from standstill in 11.3 seconds or 9.6 seconds with 120 horses. The Automatic gearbox is either on the 1.2 petrol or the 120 1.5 diesel both paired to a 6 speed traditional Automatic Gearbox. This Quarter Peugeot are adding City Brake (auto braking at under 20mph) to all models and 17 inch black alloy option to the GT Line. New 2008 due early 2020.

Petrol Cars

Autumn Best Buy – Peugeot 2008  Allure Premium or GT Line 1.2 petrol 110bhp  Manual  – Nil Advance Payment (£62.81 wpms)

Price reduced from previous quarter price Autumn Best Buy – Peugeot 2008  Allure Premium or GT Line 1.2 Petrol 130bhp  Automatic  –   £299 Advance Payment (£64.79 wpms)

Diesel Cars

Autumn Best Buy – Peugeot 2008  Allure Premium / GT Line  1.5 diesel 100bhp  Manual  – £299 Advance Payment (£64.79 wpms) 

Electric Cars