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Peugeot 3008 boot space, practicality and safety

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Written by Tom Wiltshire Published: 13 January 2023 Updated: 13 January 2023

  • Plenty of passenger space
  • Boot is one of the biggest in its class
  • Neat practicality touches, too

How much space is there?

Bypass the headroom-stealing glass roof and the 3008 is an immensely practical family car. The front armrest is simply mammoth, practically swallowing the driver or front passenger’s entire arms should they need to salvage anything from the bottom.

The armrest storage is accessed with two horizontally split parts, which open more easily on the move than a one-part lid hinged at the back. There are two cupholders positioned in front of this, plus usefully sized door bins. The glovebox is on the small side, however, so it’s good that there’s so much storage under the armrest.

Rear passengers benefit from wide opening doors, shaped for easy access. Child seats are easy to install and use, thanks to the tall ride height of the 3008, with standard Isofix points on the usual two outer seats. This roomy interior makes sense, given the large-SUV look of the Peugeot, but it’s more efficient than you might expect

2020 Peugeot 3008 - rear seats

Boot space and storage

The 3008 offers up one of the largest boots in its class. With the rear seats in place and the adjustable boot floor in its lowest position, a huge 591 litres of space is available. Position the floor a little higher up in line with the boot sill, and it’s still an impressive 520 litres. That’s more than the 510 litres offered by the SEAT Ateca.

It’s easy to tumble the seats down, increasing capacity to 1,670 litres. The front passenger seat can be folded flat, too – meaning you can load items of up to 3m long, while the boot has an adjustable floor with removable side panels for added practicality. GT-Line and GT-spec models come with a boot floor that also slides out by 30cm to aid loading heavier items, too.

Those considering one of the hybrid models ought to know that boot space is reduced – from 520 to 395 litres. Most of that comes from losing the underfloor storage compartments, so the regular load space is still large and well-shaped – but if you regularly load your car up full, it’s worth noting.

2020 Peugeot 3008 - boot

Is it easy to park?

The size of the 3008 is average for the crossover class, at 4.47m long and just over 1.8m wide (with mirrors, it easily fits into the 2.1m width most parking spaces assume). At 1.63m tall, it looks – and is – larger than the Nissan Qashqai , but it’s on a par with the likes of the SEAT Ateca , VW Tiguan and Kia Sportage .

Despite the imposing shape, it doesn’t feel too big to manage on the road and when it comes to parking in a tight spot, plenty of assistance systems such as parking sensors and cameras help to provide a clearer picture of what’s going on around you.

  • Lots of standard safety kit on the 3008
  • Various driver assistance systems
  • Five-star Euro NCAP score

The 3008 scored a maximum rating of five stars when crash tested by  Euro NCAP  in 2016. The car scored equally well for adults in the front seats and children in the back. Pedestrian and automatic safety equipment didn’t quite match the best performing cars at the time, though a raft of kit is available including everything from  lane-keep assist  to  automatic emergency braking .

Most models feature an additional Safety Plus Pack which  warns drivers to vehicles in their blind spots , keeps the car in its lane on multi-lane roads, driver attention assist – which gauges whether the driver is remaining alert – plus high beam assistance, which prevents drivers from dazzling oncoming traffic by switching between main and dipped beam automatically.

Those opting for the plug-in hybrid model will come with a forward-facing blue LED light housed in the rear-view mirror. This activates when the vehicle drives in electric mode and serves as a visual warning for pedestrians ahead of the vehicle – how effective this is, we’re yet to discover, as we suspect those who haven’t spotted the vehicle in the first place won’t spot the light at the same time. There is still a sound generator that works at low speeds to alert nearby pedestrians.

Watch: Peugeot 3008 Euro NCAP crash test video

Euro NCAP rating

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Equipment and options

  • 3x3 point rear seat belts
  • Driver`s airbag
  • Electric mirrors
  • Front electric windows
  • Heated mirrors
  • Height adjustable drivers seat
  • Isofix child seat anchor points
  • Passenger`s airbag
  • Rear electric windows
  • Side airbags
  • Steering wheel rake adjustment
  • Steering wheel reach adjustment
  • Alloy wheels
  • Audio remote
  • Cloth seat trim
  • Cruise control
  • Headlight washers
  • Parking sensors
  • Remote locking
  • Body coloured bumpers
  • Central locking
  • Front fog lights
  • Metallic Paint
  • Space saver spare wheel
  • Traction control
  • Lumbar support
  • Partial leather seat trim
  • Electric driver`s seat
  • Electric sunroof
  • Heated seats
  • Leather seat trim
  • Electric passenger`s seat


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Peugeot 3008 Review, Colours, For Sale, Interior & News in Australia

The Peugeot 3008 is a mid-size SUV that re-launched in 2017.

It replaces the oddly-shaped first-generation 3008 that was launched in 2008 with major tech and style upgrades.

It launched as part of Peugeot’s push back into the mainstream, sitting above the 2008 small SUV and below the 5008 seven-seat SUV , with a simplified range of variants compared to its predecessor.

Pricing currently starts at $50,075 for the 3008 Allure 1.6 THP and reaches up to $82,915 for the 3008 GT Sport 1.6L THP AWD Phev .

The new 3008 was designed to take on popular rivals like the Mazda CX-5 , Hyundai Tucson , Volkswagen Tiguan and Kia Sportage . A ‘grip-control’ traction system is shared with the smaller 2008, but the 3008 is two wheel-drive only.

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Peugeot 3008 Models Price and Specs

The price range for the Peugeot 3008 varies based on the trim level you choose. Starting at $50,075 and going to $82,915 for the latest year the model was manufactured. The model range is available in the following body types starting from the engine/transmission specs shown below.

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While there’s no doubt that Peugeot’s quality has improved after the terrible days of the 1990s and 2000s, there remains a school of thought that suggests the brand still lags behind much of the Japanese and South Korean competitors when it comes to build quality and reliability. Not that some of Subaru’s engineering in the last couple of decades has been beyond reproach, either (a batch of dodgy head gaskets did the brand’s reputation no good at all) but on balance, a Subaru is more highly regarded by the trade on the subject of reliability.

Like any modern turbo - diesel , the one in the 3008 can suffer if your driving habits don’t suit the way the engine and its particulate filter are designed to operate. In a nutshell, unless you do at least some highway driving every month, then a modern turbo-diesel is probably not for you (and that applies to all makes and models, not just Peugeots). Other complaints about the 3008 we’ve heard involve the heating and ventilation system, and random electrical glitches are not unknown. The diesel version of the current-model 3008 has also been recalled for a potential engine overheating problem as well as a possible fuel leak problem on a batch of early-build cars.

As for after-sales back-up, it’s fair to say that some dealerships are better than others, regardless of the brand they support. The difference might be if you live in a relatively remote area where Peugeot’s 30-dd dealerships can’t offer the coverage of Subaru’s 100-plus dealers.

There are lots of gizmos and gadgets that keep a modern engine running sweetly and maximise efficiency, and some of these do involve the camshafts. But I’ll go out on a limb here and suggest that the component you’re referring to is the cam-chain tensioner which does, indeed, operate automatically to keep the timing chain at the correct tension. Why am I so sure? Because this series of engines has a terrible reputation for premature wear of these components and subsequent replacement of them.

Shared with both Peugeot and Mini , the engine in your car experienced timing-chain problems (mainly a stretched chain) in both turbocharged and non-turbocharged variants and became obvious when the engine started making rattling noises, especially on cold start-ups or when idling. Eventually, the chain could fail and if this happened, the engine could be destroyed and would need to be replaced. The solution was to catch the damaged timing chain components before they became a problem, and that’s where having a listen to the engine each morning comes in. Beyond that, you can reduce the risk of the problem occurring by changing the engine oil every 10,000km (and not stretching this interval) and keeping a close eye on the engine’s dipstick and replenishing the oil to the correct level when necessary.

Peugeot kept fiddling with this engine to try to fix this problem and developed no less than four different timing-chain designs over the life of the unit to try to fix the problem. But none of the fixes seemed to be perfect, so it’s an ongoing thing. The build date of your car will determine which design it uses, and the bottom line is that sometimes you can get away with replacing some of the timing components, while at other times, you’ll need to replace the chain, tensioners and seals…quite a big and expensive job.

Assuming the worst, you should budget for at least $2000, maybe more depending on what workshop you use.

There are no serious issues that should be of concern to you. Owners we have spoken to tell us they get good fuel consumption , and they heap praise on its smoothness and on-road manners. The only complaint some have is the firm ride.

Peugeot 3008 Colours

The 3008 is available in seven colours - 'Artense Grey', 'Celebes Blue', 'Elixer Red', 'Nera Black', 'Platinum Grey', 'Vertigo Blue', and 'Pearl White.'

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Peugeot 3008 Boot Space

The 3008’s boot is big compared to its rivals with its 591-litre cargo capacity with the rear seat raised and 1670 litres with the rear seat folded.

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Peugeot 3008 Interior

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The dimensions of the Peugeot 3008 SUV vary according to year of manufacture and spec level.

Peugeot 3008 Accessories

Coming standard is a 10-inch media display, a 12.4-inch digital instrument cluster, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, digital radio, sat nav, and dual-zone climate control. There’s also alloy wheels, LED headlights and running lights, adaptive cruise control, front and rear parking sensors, a proximity key, and tinted rear windows. 

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The Peugeot 3008 is available in a number of variants and body types that are powered by —, Hyb/PULP, Diesel, ULP and PULP fuel type(s). It has an estimated fuel consumption starting from 7.3L/100km for SUV /— for the latest year the model was manufactured.

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Peugeot 3008 Seats

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The Peugeot 3008 has maximum towing capacity of 1550kg for the latest model available.

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Peugeot 3008 SUV - Practicality & boot space

The peugeot 3008 is competitively spacious.

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The Peugeot 3008 is roomy enough for a family of four. The SEAT Ateca and Nissan Qashqai are ever so slightly bigger inside, but the 3008 has a larger boot than those two cars.

Peugeot 3008 interior space & storage

Front-seat passengers are able to stretch out in the 3008, but it’s not quite as commodious as its exterior dimensions might lead you to believe. Still, there’s an argument that many will like the sense of being cocooned in the 3008, especially given the plushness of its interior – and it’s by no means cramped up front. There’s a decent amount of storage space, too.

Those in the rear do pretty well for space. The back doors open nice and wide, while head and legroom are good in the outer two seats. The front centre console extends a long way into the back, and we reckon middle-seat passengers may feel hard done by, as they’ll have to contort their limbs around a not-insignificant chunk of automotive furniture.

Peugeot 3008 SUV boot

At 520 litres, the Peugeot 3008 has the Nissan Qashqai (504 litres) beaten when it comes to boot space and even manages to edge the spacious SEAT Ateca by 10 litres for total load volume. Drop the rear seats using the levers in the boot and the boot grows to an impressive 1,482 litres. The 60:40 split-folding rear seats lie nice and flat, while the back of the front passenger seat can be folded for lugging longer loads.

Because of the space taken up by the batteries, the 3008 plug-in hybrid models aren’t quite so generous. With the seats up, there are 395 litres of boot space, and this increases to 1,357 litres if you fold the rear seats. The Hybrid versions also get a 43-litre fuel tank, while regular petrol and diesel models have a tank that’s 10 litres larger.

If you plan on using the 3008 as a tow car, go for the 1.5-litre diesel, as this can haul up to 1,500kg. The other engines are rated at 1,200kg to 1,400kg, with the Hybrid versions able to tow up to 1,250kg.

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Charlie writes and edits news, review and advice articles for Carbuyer , as well as publishing content to its social media platforms. He has also been a regular contributor to its sister titles Auto Express , DrivingElectric  and  evo . As well as being consumed by everything automotive, Charlie is a speaker of five languages and once lived in Chile, Siberia and the Czech Republic, returning to the UK to write about his life-long passion: cars.


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Peugeot 3008 Review & Prices

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Peugeot’s stylish new 3008 comes with hybrid power and an upmarket interior, but although it's cheaper than the electric E-3008, there are more affordable hybrid alternatives out there

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Is the peugeot 3008 a good car.

Peugeot ’s 3008 has shot up the ranks since the first one was launched more than a decade ago. It may have started as a tall (and somewhat ugly) crossover , but now it’s a fully-fledged SUV -coupe, with really stylish looks and much more high-tech kit. It’s like someone who used to be a bit podgy, but has hit the gym and overhauled their wardrobe.

While the all-electric version, the e-3008, might get all the headlines, a big chunk of the 3008’s sales in the UK will be taken by this, the Hybrid model — not least because, in spite of all the new on-board technology, it’s only around £2,000 more expensive than the cheapest of the outgoing models. It’s also a fairly handy £10,000 less expensive than the electric E-3008 …

That being said, there are plenty of compelling alternatives to the Peugeot 3008, many of which are a bit more affordable. Some of the best all-rounders include the Nissan Qashqai , Kia Sportage and Hyundai Tucson . Then there's the practical, great value Citroen C5 Aircross and stylish but impractical Toyota C-HR to consider, too.

Power for the 3008 Hybrid comes from a 134bhp 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine — that’s the same one that Peugeot has been making for donkey’s years, but it’s been upgraded for life as a hybrid. There’s a tiny 21hp electric motor stuffed between the engine and the six-speed automatic transmission . That motor is powered by a 48-volt hybrid battery and the system sort of sits between a ‘traditional’ Toyota-style full hybrid , and a mild-hybrid . So, the 3008 Hybrid can drive itself on electric power alone, but only for very short bursts at very low speeds. It’s good for around town, but less useful on long motorway hauls. Peugeot reckons you’ll get 51mpg out of it, and CO2 emissions are kept to a trim 124g/km.

Inside, there’s a huge, sweeping all-digital 21.0-inch screen (two screens in one, actually) that dominates the cabin. It sits up and away from the driver, almost resting against the windscreen. As is Peugeot’s recent tradition, the steering wheel is small, hexagonal, and sits more or less in your lap. Not everyone likes that, but Peugeot is adamant that those who do like it really love it, and those are the customers it’s trying to please.

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To the right of the steering wheel is a slim touchpad which has configurable shortcut buttons for the big screen so that you can access the menus you need more easily, but sadly Peugeot insists on putting all of the climate control functions on the screen, which makes it more fiddly than it needs to be. 

The gear lever is now a chunky toggle switch behind the steering wheel, so that leaves the centre console free for cupholders and storage spaces, of which there are loads, and the 3008’s mixture of back-lighting and soft fabric surfaces on the dashboard make for a cabin that’s almost good enough to challenge the mighty Germans. 

In spite of that rakish roof, there’s good space in the back seats, even for grown-ups, although those with longer legs will find that their feet and knees sit up a bit too high, as the floor has been raised up to make space for the electric version’s battery pack. The boot is a very practical 520 litres, up to the luggage cover, but that fastback shape at the back makes loading in really bulky items a bit of a challenge. 

Speaking of which, the styling is really striking. The front looks especially good — almost angry, especially if you get one in black — while the low roofline makes it look much less like a bulky, boxy SUV. 

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If you’re looking at a Peugeot 3008, be aware that it’s one of the more expensive family SUVs, which is the price you pay for an interior that’s not far off premium German alternatives. Even when focusing on hybrid versions only, the Nissan Qashqai is one of the more affordable options, followed by the Kia Sportage, while the Hyundai Tucson and Toyota C-HR are closer to the Peugeot in price. The Citroen C5 Aircross is the easy choice if you only care about practicality – it’s nowhere near as posh inside but it has a cavernous boot.

Equipment levels are pretty good on the Peugeot 3008. The twin-screen display is a highlight, and you also get a textured dashboard and part-fabric upholstery inside. GT models are better equipped, with adaptive cruise control, Alcantara upholstery and Pixel LED headlights, which can maintain the full beam without blinding oncoming drivers.

Space and practicality

Cabin storage is excellent, but the boot isn’t as big as you’ll find in other cars

If cabin storage is key then the Peugeot 3008 will appeal. There are loads of places to put things. Starting with the door bins, they’re an okay size but items will rattle around a lot because there’s no soft lining. That’s where the complaints end though, because there’s a pair of cupholders for your morning coffee and a big area under the armrest that can be chilled. Look under the screens and you’ll find another cubby hole, this one having a lovely soft-close cover. There’s also a pair of USB-A slots for charging mobile phones.

It’s spacious for people too, even though the dashboard and centre console rather wrap around you – it’s cosy rather than cramped. Finding a good driving position is pretty easy, because although the steering wheel doesn’t move much, the seat has a lot of adjustability to compensate. If you’ve encountered issues with the wheel blocking the instrument screen in other Peugeots, the 3008’s layout seems to do a good job of minimising this issue.

Space in the back seats

There’s a lot of room in the back, too. You might expect headroom to be limited on account of that sloping roof, but even taller passengers will find it spacious, and their knees won’t be touching the seat in front. The floor is quite high though, meaning your thighs don’t rest on the seat cushion, which could be tiresome on long journeys.

You also get fewer storage areas in the back seats compared with up front. The door bins will hold a small bottle, and there are no USB slots at all.

On a positive note, it’s easy to fit a child seat in the back because it’s so roomy and the doors open nice and wide. It can be a bit tricky to find the ISOFIX mounting points though, because they’re hidden behind zips in the fabric.

With a 520-litre boot, the Peugeot 3008 will be spacious enough for most, but it offers less space than some of its alternatives. The Hyundai Tucson is the biggest option, with 620 litres in non-hybrid versions, and even though this drops to 577 litres in the self-charging hybrid and 558 litres in the plug-in version, that’s still more than you get in the Peugeot.

Other options include the Kia Sportage with 591 litres, and Citroen C5 Aircross, which has 580 litres as standard, but you can slide the rear seats forward to open up 720 litres of boot space. The Nissan Qashqai and Mazda CX-5 are two potential alternatives, but both have smaller boots at just over 500 litres each. Then there’s the Toyota C-HR, which is miles behind at 388 litres.

It’s worth noting, though, that the 3008’s boot is quite deep but not very high, so it’s easy to fit a big shop in there but larger items might hit the sloping bootlid. The bumper is quite high off the ground, which could make it tricky to lift heavy items, but at least there’s no lip to get in the way.

Interior style, infotainment and accessories

High-tech and high-quality, the 3008 has a lovely interior, but scratchy plastics can be found if you go looking

It’s the interior that goes a long way to justify the Peugeot 3008 being a little pricier than many alternatives you might consider. The design is fantastic, and a real breath of fresh air after the constant stream of plain cabins you’ll see in modern cars in the name of ‘minimalism’.

There’s an almost retro vibe to the design and materials, but this is shattered by the massive twin-screen setup atop the dashboard. Paired with another slim screen for the shortcut buttons below this, it’s like walking into the TV section of your local John Lewis.

There are some buttons in the centre console, but most systems are controlled through the touchscreen. This is a pain for some features, such as the climate controls, but at least these are always visible at the sides of the screen, and the shortcut buttons are customisable so you can find what you regularly use quickly.

The screens are a pair of 10.0-inch displays, with the one on the right being a touchscreen for your infotainment system. It’s incredibly quick to respond to your touch and feels more like a modern tablet than the sluggish systems you often find in cars. The other screen sits directly ahead of you and displays your speed, range and other useful information. It’s crisp and clear but not quite as fancy to look at as Aud i’s Virtual Cockpit setup.

It’s hard to find much to fault inside, but despite the generally upmarket feel you can find a few areas that don’t hold up to scrutiny. The door bins and the lower centre console have some cheap scratchy plastics, but they are fortunately largely out of sight.

MPG, emissions and tax

There’s a single engine option in the Peugeot 3008. It’s a hybrid that pairs a 1.2-litre petrol engine with a small electric motor - it’s not a proper self-charging hybrid like you’ll find in most hybrids, but it’s more than a mild hybrid. It means you can run on electricity for short periods to reduce fuel consumption, but you won’t be able to treat it like an electric car with a backup fuel tank like you can with a plug-in hybrid.

You get 136hp from the petrol engine, coupled with 22hp from the electric motor. First drive opportunities will arrive later in 2024 so check back for confirmation, but those figures – and the 10.2-second 0-62mph time – suggest it won’t be particularly sprightly.

With official testing recording up to 52.5mpg in mixed driving, its lack of get-up-and-go should be compensated for by pretty low running costs. Again, check back to see how achievable that is in the real world…

What you can know for sure is that its CO2 emissions figures mean car tax is relatively low, but company car drivers will get a better benefit-in-kind rate from a plug-in hybrid or electric car.

If this relates to you, there is the all-electric E-3008 to consider. It has more power at 210hp and gets to 62mph about two seconds quicker. You also benefit from the mega-low benefit-in-kind rate as well as lower running costs of electricity – though the advantage of this won’t be so obvious if you have to rely on expensive public charging.

Safety and security

The Peugeot 3008 has not been safety tested by Euro NCAP yet. However, it’s worth noting that the 408 and 308, the two most recent Peugeots to undergo the tests, have received four stars out of five. It’s a bit disappointing compared with most alternatives, which typically score full marks.

You get some basic driver assistance kit as standard, including lane-keeping , emergency braking and a post-collision braking system. Basic cruise control comes as standard with Allure models, but upgrade to GT and you get adaptive cruise control to maintain your distance to the car in front. A 360-degree parking camera is also available for extra cost.

Reliability and problems

While you might be concerned about Peugeot’s reliability record, the French firm has largely turned this around recently, scoring highly with UK consumers in reliability and owner satisfaction surveys. It remains to be seen whether the 3008 will be reliable, but the signs are positive.

You get a fairly basic warranty, which at three years with unlimited mileage is about average. Hyundai, Kia and Toyota all offer longer warranties, which can be passed on to new owners and therefore helps with resale value.

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2024 Peugeot e-3008 electric car review

We get behind the wheel of the new peugeot e-3008 electric car as the 3008 is reinvented for 2024 as a 'fastback suv'. here's how the e-3008 performed during our test drive......

Peugeot e-3008 front left driving

On sale:  March 2024  | Price:  From £45,850

The Peugeot 3008 started life as an MPV, arrived as an SUV for its second generation and now enters its third generation as the 3008 and this new electric e-3008 version with yet another change in form – becoming what Peugeot calls a "fastback".

That means it’s become sleeker-roofed than the model it replaces, but hasn't lost interior space in the process. And while the design is an evolution, underneath there are far more substantial changes.

Not only is the e-3008 the first electric iteration of the Peugeot 3008  but it's also the first model built on new underpinnings that will be used for numerous electric cars  from Peugeot sibling brands Alfa Romeo, Citroën, DS, Fiat, Jeep and Vauxhall over the next few years.

Peugeot e-3008 rear left driving

The underpinnings have been created with a key goal of offering as large a battery as possible and lots of range with it. The headline range figure in the e-3008 is 435 miles from its 98kWh battery, but that version won't arrive until the end of 2024.

From launch, the sole e-3008 in the line-up is the 73kWh model with 326 miles of range. It gets a single motor driving the front wheels with 207bhp and is priced from £45,850. At the same time as the 98kWh version launches, Peugeot will also introduce a four-wheel-drive, dual-motor e-3008 with 316bhp.

The 3008 range is not solely electric: a 1.2-litre petrol model is available from launch alongside the e-3008, priced from £34,650. A plug-in hybrid ( PHEV ) model is also planned to be launched alongside the extended range of e-3008s.  

Mark Tisshaw test driving a Peugeot e-3008

What is the Peugeot e-3008 like to drive?

The best thing about the e-3008 is how quiet and relaxing it is. You can hear the faint whirr of the electric motor under acceleration, but that’s it. For the most part, you glide along in blissful near-silence.

Like many electric SUVs  the e-3008 feels like a heavy car, and at more than 2.1 tonnes it is one of the heavyweights in the class – and that’s with the smaller of the two eventual battery size options.

Despite its heft, the handling is predictable and it’s an easy car to drive in a relaxed way. We’d want more weight in the steering, though, as it feels too light and imprecise.

Peugeot e-3008 left driving

While the weight blunts the handling and any sense of driver enjoyment, it does add further to the sense of solidity and refinement that the e-3008 majors on.

That's also true of the ride, which was comfortable on super-smooth roads of Catalunya. Plus, the front seats are especially supportive and easy to relax into. 

It’s all rather unremarkable but to drive there is no obvious major weakness, and the e-3008 should prove to be a quiet and comfortable car to live with.

The indicated range on our test route was 269 miles.

Peugeot e-3008 interior dashboard

What is the Peugeot e-3008 like inside?

The interior is where the e-3008 scores really highly. The design is fantastic and the choice of materials makes it feel really fresh and modern.

There is clever use of ambient lighting to really lift the interior as well and unlike in most cars where such lighting features it feels well integrated into the e-3008 and not a gimmick.

Tech wise, the entry-level Allure model gets two 10in screens, one for the driver display and one for the infotainment.

Peugeot e-3008 interior infotainment

In GT models (like our test car) there is what Peugeot calls the i-Cockpit, which is one curved 21in display that sits on the dashboard. One half of the display is for the driver and the other is an infotainment touchscreen – although on the pre-production car we drove, the touchscreen wasn’t working.

From what was working, the graphics looked a bit drab and familiar from other Peugeots and its sister brands' models, and it’s a shame they haven’t been given the same upgrade as the rest of the design.

Still, one pleasing development is the i-Toggles, which are customisable shortcuts that sit below the touchscreen. They allow for granular shortcuts to be set up for functions you need quick access to, such as turning on the heated seat or calling a family member, and make the tech easy to navigate. 

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The e-3008's boot is the same size as the previous 3008's, at 520 litres, and is a good, usable shape with a flat floor. Headroom is much better than the sleek roofline suggests it will be, while rear leg room is good if not quite a match for the new Renault Scenic E-Tech.

The Peugeot e-3008 is a likeable entrant into the ever-growing electric family SUV class and is likeable for being so refined and comfortable to drive and for having such a premium-feeling and high-quality interior. 

However, it is expensive, starting at around £5000 more than the similarly-positioned new Scenic, and like almost every other car in the class, it is blown away on monthly payments by the Tesla Model Y.

You also need to go for the higher GT trim, a £3800 increase over the base Allure, to be able to get features like the new i-Cockpit. At that point, it’s close to being a £50,000 car, a price it doesn’t wear too comfortably. 

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While the regular 3008 offers slightly more boot space, in all other respects the hybrid models’ interior space is unchanged. Visibility is pretty good looking ahead, thanks in part to the raised SUV ride height, but you may be less impressed by how easy it is to see out the back, due to the window design. Fortunately, front and rear parking sensors and a rear-view parking camera are standard across the range.

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Like its non-hybrid siblings, the plug-in 3008 presents you with a spacious, five-door family SUV layout. Seven seats isn’t an option – you need to upgrade to the larger 5008, which can’t be bought as a hybrid, for that. But if it’s two adults and two kids (or even four adults) you’re looking to carry, the 3008 should definitely suffice. There isn’t quite as much versatile storage in the cabin as in some rivals, but the Peugeot still features plenty of cubbies to store things like phones and wallets, along with a large central bin that doubles as an armrest.

Peugeot has had to compromise on practicality somewhat in order to fit the hybrid 3008’s batteries: the fuel tank is 10 litres smaller than a regular 3008's and boot space with the rear seats in place comes down from 520 to 395 litres. You do at least get a dedicated 25-litre area for storing charging cables, while seats-down boot capacity is a generous 1,357 litres – versus 1,482 for the petrol and diesel models.

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Richard is editor of DrivingElectric, as well as sister site , and a regular contributor to Auto Express . An electric and hybrid car advocate, he spent more than five years working on the news and reviews desk at Auto Express and has driven almost every new car currently on sale.

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New Peugeot 3008 is big and sleek and billed as a fastback rather than coupe SUV.

The advent of electric cars may not have heralded the design revolutions some expected, but they are creating some stylish new cars.

Take the new e-3008. Previously a regular family SUV crossover, Peugeot has sought to give it a little more post-SUV age persona. It’s still big, it’s still brash, but now it’s a little bit sleeker.

Peugeot is adamant its new 3008 is no coupe crossover; this is a fastback and let no one tell you otherwise.

Most people with more than motoring nomenclature in their lives will not give a jot, or understand the difference. For most of us, this is a family-sized SUV with a slightly sloping rear roofline. Sloped enough to make it sleeker than a boxy SUV, but not so much that it encroaches on rear-seat headroom. It’s probably not going to be the topic of much debate outside Peugeot’s design studio.

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With the arrival of electric cars – and expensive battery packs – the costs of the new models rose. Car firms had to give customers some visible signs of premium styling to warrant the quasi-premium prices

A far greater talking point is inside, where the interior makeover is a world away from the hard plastic fare that for decades we accepted in mainstream models.

New Peugeot 3008

The centrepiece of the new Peugeot 3008 is a sweeping new dash, set off by the sizeable, curved screens, the use of cloth and a concave aluminium inset that runs from door to door.

With the arrival of electric cars – and expensive battery packs – the costs of the new models rose. Car firms had to give customers some visible signs of premium styling to warrant the quasi-premium prices. Enter the interior designers, who could dress up the interiors for several hundred euros in an attempt to soften the blow of a several thousand euro price rise for EVs.

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Back to the interior of the new 3008 – arriving in ICE (internal combustion engine) and EV power options – and the centrepiece is a sweeping new dash, set off by the sizeable, curved screens, the use of cloth and a concave aluminium inset that runs from door to door. A light strip casts its colours on to the metal, delivering a display that could proudly sit in any premium flagship. BMW’s blingmeisters looking to upgrade from their faux crystal plastics should take a chapter from the design book at Peugeot.

True, motorists are not going to hand over €50,000-plus (Peugeot will not say what the price will be when the car lands here next year) for a sleek dash. Yet, given that this is the part of the car the owner spends most time engaging with, it’s important to get it right.

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In the back seats, the difference between coupe and fastback means there is room for adults back there, albeit after they clamber up on to the high-set floor that houses the battery pack.

New Peugeot 3008

The difference between coupe and fastback means there is room for adults in the back, albeit after they clamber up on to the high-set floor that houses the battery pack.

As with most EVs, designers try to limit the battery pack-derived height increases by lowering the seating position. That means adults tend to sit more in a squat, with their knees higher than their bottoms. It’s an issue for nearly all EVs and car firms would do well to look to Porsche, which has designed rear footwells – or “foot garages” as they call them – into its battery packs.

Peugeot is proud of the fact that it has managed to squeeze in its new big battery pack without making the 3008 too long. Boot space matches the outgoing 3008 at 520 litres thanks the fact that the battery pack fits between the wheels and doesn’t impede on the boot. While 4.5 metres is no supermini, it’s shorter than many EV rivals, thanks to ongoing improvements in battery tech.

Those advances also mean the French car brand can claim a rang of 525km from its 73kWh battery pack and 700km from the long-range 98kWh version. While those figures aren’t official WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure), the engineers are confident of achieving these targets. And in everyday suburban use Peugeot reckons it can achieve a power consumption of 13.9kWh/100km, which does seem realistic considering we were getting below 20kWh/100km during testing conditions on a mix of national roads and motorways.

What’s more, it believes that the more powerful all-wheel-drive version with an additional electric motor on the rear axle can still match the 525km range of its front-wheel-drive sibling. That’s despite the added 60kg weight of the extra motor and an output that goes from 210 in front-wheel-drive version to 320hp in the all-wheel version.

Clearly Peugeot has opted to tune down the typical madcap acceleration available on EVs in favour of a more traditional ICE acceleration. That also means less energy is expended and so range preserved

On the public roads, the ride is smooth as with most large EVs, but the nose feels lighter and nimbler than the rear, as it pulls along the rest of the car.

New Peugeot 3008

For a car measuring in at more than 4.5 metres, the new Peugeot 3008 is surprisingly nimble on the bends.

We had the chance to drive a pre-production version of the all-wheel drive on track, and it also delivered a more responsive front end than the rear, where the extra motor seemed ever so slightly less responsive to the throttle.

For a car measuring in at over 4.5 metres, it is surprisingly nimble on the bends, but even with 320bhp in the all-wheel-drive it never seemed racy. Clearly Peugeot has opted to tune down the typical madcap acceleration available on EVs in favour of a more traditional ICE acceleration. That also means less energy is expended and so range preserved. It is a sensible move for a mainstream family crossover.

There is power there, it’s just not about racing off the line, but rather delivering it in steady torque. Weighing in at 2.1 tonnes, it’s clearly a hefty car to move about, and it can tow up to 1,350kg if needed.

For those who don’t wish to make the move to electric just yet, other power options will be offered next year as well. A 1.2-litre mild hybrid petrol variant is coming, promising a fuel economy figure of 5.6l/100km and a 0-100km/h time of 10.2 seconds.

However, the big story will be the all-electric e-3008. It is yet another refined electric crossover that may not be exciting to drive yet delivers premium finish on its interior and enough space to satisfy family needs. Of course, that’s all dependent on Peugeot Ireland setting the pricing right.

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New Peugeot 3008 revealed with all-electric power to take on the VW ID.4

The third-generation peugeot 3008 gets sporty styling and an all-electric powertrain in e-3008 form, but a phev will follow.

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The Peugeot 3008 underwent a revolution for its second generation, morphing from a dowdy MPV to a stylish SUV . But for the all-new Mk3 Peugeot 3008 , the French manufacturer has chosen evolution – when it comes to styling at least.

Based on the all-new “EV native” STLA M platform from Peugeot ’s parent, Stellantis, the latest 3008 has a design that’s more coupé-like than ever, with a sloping roofline at the rear that gives a sportier look – necessary due to the need for aerodynamic efficiency to maximise the E-3008’s range. It's due on sale at the start of 2024. 

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A plug-in hybrid powertrain will also be offered, but Peugeot is focusing on the all-electric variant of its new car, with two battery options initially. The entry-level model will be powered by a 73kWh pack supplying a front-mounted electric motor, which produces 207bhp and 343Nm of torque.

Peugeot claims up to 326 miles of range, but this rises to 435 miles for the 98kWh model. This version is also equipped with a more potent motor, rated at 227bhp and 343Nm. A dual-motor all-wheel-drive option will also be offered, with 315bhp and 509Nm of torque, accelerating from 0-62mph in 6.4 seconds; the single motor car will take 8.7 seconds, with the Long Range model taking two tenths of a second longer.

Charging is up to 160kW, which will allow a 20-80 per cent top-up in less than 30 minutes for the 98kWh model.

Peugeot 3008 - rear

There are three levels of brake regeneration to help top up the battery on the move. These are selectable via steering wheel-mounted paddles, with the last two modes supplying enough force to activate the brake lights; the top setting allows for “almost” one-pedal driving.

The quest for range and efficiency with the new E-3008 has been reflected in the car’s sleek shape to help reduce drag (this new car’s drag coefficient is down to 0.28Cd). It also features sharper styling cues, such as the brand’s three-claw LED running light signature at the front and rear, even crisper lines and more solid surfaces, some flush glazing and funky wheel designs.

Despite the almost coupé-SUV look, Peugeot claims that the new car offers the same 520-litre boot space as the previous-generation 3008. We sat in the car ahead of the E-3008’s official unveiling and even in the rear, headroom was fine, with plenty of legroom too. There’s also lots of room up front, with the E-3008 featuring a new dash layout and upgraded infotainment.

A one-piece, gently curved 21-inch screen takes care of the driver and infotainment displays, with Peugeot’s latest panoramic i-Cockpit set-up sitting above a dash panel covered in fabric, evolving the previous 3008’s look.

The multimedia system features the now familiar i-Toggle touch panel beneath the main screen, but unlike cars such as the 308 and 408, the E-3008 has up to 10 configurable icons over two pages; users swipe left and right to find what they want.

Peugeot 3008 - dash

There are plenty of features, including configurable LED ambient lighting, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto , and Peugeot’s voice-activated personal assistant. There’s also an app store as part of the set-up, with users able to pre-condition the climate control, schedule battery charging and check e-routing via Peugeot’s own app.

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The car’s drive selector has been moved from the centre console to the dashboard to allow for more storage space, including a big, hinged-lid bin. The new model also features vehicle-to-load capability for powering outdoor items or charging gadgets with a three-pin plug.

Two trim levels will be offered, starting with Allure. This features half-leather effect, half-fabric trim (much of it made from recycled materials, making up the 500kg in total of green materials used in the new 3008), full keyless go, a high-definition rear-view camera, rear parking sensors, LED headlights and 19-inch alloy wheels, amongst other equipment.

Stepping up to GT adds a two-tone paint job with a contrast black roof, Alcantara trim, 20-inch wheels, pixel LED headlights, front parking sensors, a powered tailgate, wireless smartphone charging, heated front seats and a heated steering wheel, while massage seats will be an option.

As you’d expect, the new platform and the E-3008 offer the latest in safety and driver-assistance tech. This includes semi-autonomous adaptive cruise with lane keep and lane-change assist, autonomous emergency braking, long-range blindspot warning and lane-departure correction.

Prices have not yet been outlined, but expect a significant hike over the outgoing model’s £32,780 starting price. The new E-3008 will rival EVs such as the VW ID.4 , which is priced from £40,275, with the Peugeot set to go on sale in February 2024.

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The all-new PEUGEOT 5008 - A whole new dimension for SUVs

Its name hasn't changed, but everything else has. the new peugeot 5008 breaks new ground as a large seven-seater suv in the c segment. as a new contender in this growing consumer market, it boasts many strengths. the all-new peugeot 5008 suv includes the latest version of the outstanding peugeot i-cockpit®, efficient modular platform 2 (emp2), and a plethora of high-tech features that enhance comfort and safety. behind the elegant, dynamic design lies a superbly practical vehicle. with seven seats, the all-new peugeot 5008 is the first suv to offer modularity on par with that of the best people-carriers. a range of powerful, efficient engines and designs - including sporty gt line and gt versions - is available for the new peugeot 5008 suv, to be unveiled at the 2016 paris motor show in september before its launch in spring 2017..

The all-new PEUGEOT 5008 - A whole new dimension for SUVs

The future looks bright for large C-segment seven-seater SUVs

The segment has changed a lot since 2009, when the first-generation PEUGEOT 5008 was released, and since then a great number of SUVs have entered the market in nearly all segments. This new kind of vehicle is an exceptional match for the expectations of today’s customers. It has taken but a few years for the SUV profile to become the third best-selling in Europe — with all segments combined — surpassed only by B- and C-segment saloons.

The SUV is truly a modern automobile, offering users the attractive combination of status, sophisticated technology, impressive practicality and driving emotions. It puts drivers at centre stage and answers their urge to go new places and experience new things.

These values mirror the PEUGEOT brand image and the move up-market strategy, leading PEUGEOT engineers in 2012 to set themselves the ambitious task of releasing five new SUVs in under a year. This brand offensive got under way in March with the unveiling of the new PEUGEOT 2008 SUV and continued in May when the company revealed its spectacular new PEUGEOT 3008 SUV. In China, the latest version of the existing 3008 continues to be sold, its design has recently been refreshed, while an extended version of the new PEUGEOT 3008 SUV for the Chinese market - will be identified as the PEUGEOT 4008 SUV - has just made its first appearance at the Chengdu Motor Show. The new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV is thus the fifth SUV to be unveiled by the PEUGEOT brand within the year.

So why make the new PEUGEOT 5008 an SUV, thereby abandoning the C-segment seven-seater people-carrier niche? The answer is firstly because the people-carrier segment is almost exclusively a European phenomenon, while with the 5008 SUV we are looking at a worldwide market, and secondly, the incredible success of the C SUV appears to have been compensated by an erosion in demand for traditional saloons and people-carriers. It is thought most likely because today’s customers are ever more eager to break the mould of standard vehicle profiles. Furthermore, some of them, especially owners of people-carriers and estate cars, no longer want to be pigeonholed as drivers of merely utilitarian family vehicles . And finally, everyone just wants to enjoy the whole benefits of driving one. These vehicles transform otherwise tedious trips into opportunities for driver and passengers to share a pleasant experience. In light of all this, the choice of design for the new PEUGEOT 5008 was obvious: it would have to be an SUV.

Few car manufacturers currently offer large C SUVs, because this subsegment is still developing, so there is a real demand and a lot of potential. Today many drivers are drawn to the SUV concept and the positive images it projects , but they are also looking for volume, roominess, comfort, and utility compatible with the diverse aspects of their active lives. For these people, standards SUVs are neither a good fit (too small and lacking in modularity) nor a good deal (bigger SUVs are too expensive and too imposing). Even current SUV owners, who love the design of their vehicle and the status it conveys, often want more volume and versatility.

The new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV is thus clearly a modern automobile, offering a new on-board experience and smart features, and it has what it takes to stand out as the benchmark for its class.

By virtue of its unique qualities, the newly unveiled PEUGEOT 5008 SUV aims to achieve three objectives:

  • to pursue the brand ’ s move up-market strategy
  • to be an international success
  • to become the leading (benchmark) C-segment large seven-seater SUV.

The 5008 SUV can rely on its many strengths to reach these goals. It all begins with a stunning interior that is nonetheless extremely practical.

The new PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® elevates the passenger compartment!

No other vehicle in its class matches the new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV for its trailblazing design: optimised and efficient geometry, a roomy interior, and a range of smart features. It has inherited the many traits of the new PEUGEOT 2008 and 3008 SUVs that make the PEUGEOT family of vehicles the most distinguished, modern, and stylistically consistent currently on the market.

To start off, there’s the truly unique driver’s environment. The first thing to see when opening the front doors is the latest version of the innovative, almost futuristic - PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® , which offers vehicle occupants a novel driving experience that both surprises and delights.

It has it all: a compact steering wheel (the smallest on the market, across all segments), an 8” capacitive touchscreen , and a spectacular 12.3” high-resolution digital head-up instrument panel . The latter will impress drivers with its superior graphics, elegant animations, and eye-pleasing transitions between modes that they can customise and configure. The responsive, user-friendly touchscreen puts all the information drivers need for a comfortable trip at their fingertips. The seven central satin chrome dashboard switches offer quick access to the main passenger comfort and safety functions: radio, Air Conditioning, Satellite Navigation, vehicle settings, telephone, apps, and hazard warning lights.

However that is only the beginning of the sensory experience in store for passengers. GT Line and GT versions also feature an extra button, next to the dashboard switches, to take things up a notch. With i-Cockpit® Amplify , be prepared for a richer driving experience that stimulates four senses at once :

  • sight , by adjusting screen colour and compartment lighting intensity
  • hearing , via musical ambience settings
  • touch , through five different multipoint seat massage programmes
  • smell , with a fragrance diffuser.

(See detailed description on p.10.)

The vehicle offers occupants two predefined sensory environments: ‘Boost’, in tune with a dynamic driving style, and ‘Relax’, for a mellower ambience. Both can be fully customised, to accentuate the pleasure of driver and passengers alike, and guarantee a unique on-board experience.

This on-board experience is also enhanced by interior details that greatly magnify perceived quality and the modern feel of the passenger compartment. The new electric impulse automatic gearbox control exemplifies the modern elegance of the interior, through the meticulous selection of materials - like leather and chrome. Here is masterful design with a warm soul. The front-seat environment of the all-new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV is undoubtedly well appointed. But what can the other passengers look forward to in terms of space and features?

Spacious interior and more functions

The 2.84-m wheelbase of the all-new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV makes it the most liveable of C-segment SUVs! The Efficient Modular Platform (EMP2) is specified with a wheelbase 16.5 cm longer than the new PEUGEOT 3008 SUV, and is 11cm wider than the original 5008, and second-row passengers, have 60mm more knee room.

The overall length of the vehicle (4.64m) remains compact, yet for a spacious C-segment vehicle, the new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV—though 19cm longer than the new PEUGEOT 3008 SUV and 11cm longer than the original version of the 5008—is still one of the most conservatively proportioned and its extra length makes it roomier for passengers.

The vehicle’s optimised architecture is only part of the package on offer. The new PEUGEOT 5008 is more than just an SUV. It stands out in the market with an innovative configuration:

  • three matching, separate, folding and tilting seats in the second row
  • two removable, separate, folding seats in the third row.

What isn ’ t to love about the three separate second-row seats of the new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV?

  • They are all the same width , ensuring all three passengers enjoy the same comfort.
  • Their length is adjustable , allowing reconfiguration of the passenger and loading compartments, and knee room is optimised.
  • They offer five different angles of inclination (the original version of the 5008 had just two).
  • All feature adjustable headrests that drop down low when the seats are empty, for easy rear viewing.
  • Users can easily fold them down from the outside or from the boot to yield a rigid floor with seat-back covers to make a seamless flat surface.
  • Each features three-point Isofix anchor points .

The new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV also offers a third row of two extra seats that fold down into the boot floor are standard or optional, depending on the equipment level in the country of sale. The two covers of the boot floor form a perfectly flat surface when folded down, and they can also be easily tucked away behind the third-row seats when these are in use.

Controls on the top of the second-row side-seat backs facilitate access to the third-row seats. In just one movement, the second-row side seats tilt and slide forward for easier third-row entry.

But that’s not all. The vehicle’s clever design inspired PEUGEOT engineers to make these extra seats easily removable . Their modest weight ( Each third-row seat that is removed yields 39 dm3 (VDA 210) more space.

This makes for a huge boot capacity - the biggest in the category. With up to 780 dm3 (VDA 210), or 1,060 l, in 5-seat configuration, the boot is 100 dm3 larger than the original 5008. Its flat, uncluttered volume and low boot sill (676 mm), in combination with a foldable front passenger seat , allow the all-new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV to carry especially long loads (potentially up to 3.20 m).

A practical hands-free smart electric tailgate (standard on the GT version) opens and closes quickly and effortlessly when activated – simply by placing your foot under the rear bumper.

The spacious, functional, modular, practical and cleverly designed interior of the new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV meets all the challenges of daily lives and adapts to a multitude of situations. Adding further to that is a host of accessories (sockets, boot cover, blinds, ‘aeroplane’ trays on the back of the first row seats, hooks, cupholders, etc.) and storage spaces ( 38 l in total, distributed throughout the passenger compartment) for a much greater on-board experience.

The design, equipment, on-board technology, high-quality materials, and detailing distinguish the passenger compartment of the all-new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV from any other in its market. The interior is an invitation to take a seat and enjoy a special experience travelling in comfort, serenity, and luxury. Its exterior fully complements this image.

An SUV with an imposing exterior

The all-new PEUGEOT 5008 is a real SUV. All the hallmarks are there: long, horizontal bonnet; vertical face; and raised body line. The inspired design conveys power and respect, each line and curve perfectly positioned to project balance and uniformity. The contours of the new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV are both harmonious and elegant for a vehicle of its size.

While the all-new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV has been extended (by 19 cm, including a longer 16.5-cm wheelbase), its height remains the same (1.64 m with roof bars – standard on all models), which gives it a long and dynamic profile . Its striking form is accentuated by a raised body plane; the top trim beautifully frames the glazed surfaces, including the rear corner window; and an elongated roof that suggests fluidity and agility - clean, crisp, and contoured. GT Line and GT versions feature a contrasting Black Diamond glossy black roof projects still greater prestige, elegance, and modernity. At the limits of the next vehicle size segment and the world of premium car manufacturers, the all-new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV emanates an authentic aura of luxury.

The protective elements that enhance it include alloy wheels ranging from 17” up to 19” on the GT, and profiled standard-fit aluminium longitudinal roof bars which all add a subtle blend of character and sophistication to the vehicle contours. Everything comes together to make the design extremely modern, even futuristic, without falling into the traps of being too fussy, or ostentatious in style. The stretched profile also highlights the volume of the passenger compartment. From the outside, the doors, wheelbase, and large panoramic opening glass sunroof – standard on GT versions, which bathes the interior in light, and gives occupants a pleasant feeling of just how spacious and accommodating the vehicle is on the inside.

The exclusive wide grille with chrome fins , at the centre of which stands the Brand’s Lion - dignified, not showy - carries the power and fluidity of the vehicle up front. The finesse of the vehicle’s halogen headlamps gives it a piercing feline gaze that becomes sharper with optional full-beam LED headlamps (standard equipment on GT Line and GT versions). When the latter are specified, the all-new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV features a chrome chequered grille and distinctive front bumper. The expressive front-end design mirrors the assertive personality of its owner and pride in the brand identity. It’s a real PEUGEOT! and a real SUV!

The rear design expresses strength and security. It features flattering curves and the gloss black strip along the bottom of the rear window that sets the latest breed of PEUGEOT SUVs apart. The PEUGEOT logo and brand name are on the centre of the strip, which connects the signature LED ‘claw effect’ rear lights , a marks that clearly identify it as a PEUGEOT vehicle - by day and by night. The rear profile - including an extra-wide tailgate and low boot sill – that also hints at just how spacious (and practical) the boot is.

The new 5008 SUV is a superbly designed vehicle that is lower, more spacious and less bulky than its competitors. From whatever angle viewed, the all-new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV is a finely crafted vehicle sparing nothing in details. Many elements come together to forge this impression - perfect trim, chrome highlights in selective locations around the vehicle exterior, and the two-tone body finish - conveying elegance, class, and good taste.

Driving and travelling pleasure that rivals the best touring vehicles

The all-new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV, the 308, and the all-new 3008 SUV all feature the Efficient Modular Platform (EMP2) . And that says it all, because the EMP2, is already acknowledged for its dynamism, optimally combining comfort and great road handling.

Its modularity adapts to a variety of vehicle sizes, through utilising 55mm wheelbase extensions. The all-new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV is specified with three extensions (165mm longer) than the all-new 3008 SUV. When it comes to driving pleasure, the all-new PEUGEOT 5008 may be an SUV, but it is first and foremost a PEUGEOT! Company engineers had a clear mission: to make this imposing SUV a leader for road handling and to procure driving enjoyment through assured road handling with precise steering feel. Mission accomplished: despite its larger size, the all-new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV offers astonishing levels of agility and safety, so that even the shortest trip or routine outing becomes a pleasurable experience. Knowing that the new 5008 is one of the safest and enjoyable vehicles on the road will bring new levels of delight to its occupants.

This new PEUGEOT is an invitation to travel — in luxury , not least because it has excellent sound insulation and a number of features for the comfort of all on board:

  • body-hugging front seats feature an optional multipoint massage system for the driver
  • a FOCAL® Premium Hi-Fi system , for the finest French acoustics
  • a large panoramic opening glass roof featuring tilt / slide and mood lighting
  • a Smartphone charging plate on the centre console, which uses magnetic induction to automatically recharge devices compliant with the Qi 1.1 standard.

(See detailed description on p. 11.)

Cutting-edge Advanced Driver Assistance Systems make driving even safer with an arsenal of safety features (standard or optional, depending on market location specifications):

  • A Safety pack, including Automatic Emergency Braking System (AEBS) and Distance Alert systems
  • Active Lane Keeping Assistance (LKA)
  • Driver attention warning
  • Smart Beam Assistance

Speed sign recognition and speed suggestion

  • Adaptive cruise control with stop feature (automatic gearbox)
  • Active blind spot monitoring

Park Assist

  • Visio Park (360° vision)
  • Exclusive optional Advanced Grip Control , including new Hill Assist Descent Control (HADC), which permits the PEUGEOT 5008 SUV to stray confidently off the beaten track and be fully-controlled, be it to climb or venture over loose surfaces or descend safely at lowest speeds.

( See detailed description on pp. 11 – 14. )

The best in permanent connectivity

Like its driver, the all-new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV lives within its time. Functions like the Mirror Screen and 3D connected navigation fulfil the driver’s need to remain connected while behind the steering wheel and stay on course without stress.

A step closer to reality, the 3D navigation system displays buildings and landmarks while taking driver preference into account. One turn of the steering wheel dial switches the navigation system output from the 8.0”capacitive touchscreen to the 12.3” high-resolution digital head-up instrument panel for easier reading. The TomTom® Traffic interface means having essential driving information in real time: local weather, the locations of nearby car parks and service stations, and even optional (subscription-based) display of TomTom® transient or permanent high-risk zones based on reliable reports by the user community.

The Mirror Screen function displays a copy of your smartphone screen to the vehicle’s touchscreen for easy app access. It is compatible with MirrorLink (Android), Android Auto , and Apple CarplayTM (iPhone 5 and later). Pressing a button on the steering wheel activates smartphone voice recognition (Android S-Voice or Apple Siri). Drivers can thus keep their eyes on the road while safely placing a call, selecting music, reading and sending text messages , or requesting an itinerary. Permanent connectivity is now a reality.

The PEUGEOT Connect pack harnesses the latest technology for enhanced navigation, safety (Peugeot Connect SOS & Assistance) , and maintenance (PEUGEOT Connect pack remote services) .

For the driver, accessing this information couldn’t be simpler or more intuitive. Mastering all the features of the all-new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV interfaces is easy.

A superior range of powerful and efficient vehicles

The new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV vehicle range perfectly matches the strategy developed by the brand over the last few years. Like the last model launches from the Lion brand, the 5008 range includes:

  • three mainstream versions (Access, Active, and Allure)
  • a high-end trimmed, sporty appearance GT Line version
  • an exclusively dynamic GT version .

Whatever engine or style the customer chooses, the optimised architecture of the all-new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV make it a high achiever. To begin with, it’s lighter than its predecessor. The EMP2 platform has the perfect balance between mass, strength, and functionality on all levels to yield a vehicle that weighs 95 kg less than the original 5008. It gets better though. The vehicle’s aerodynamic design and optimized external dimensions give it one of the lowest drag areas ( C d A ) in the segment at 0.76 m2 (for the best vehicle versions). Ultra Low Resistance 17", 18", or Michelin slimline 19" (205 55 R19) tyres further accentuate the overall performance of the 5008 SUV range.

In Europe, ultra-efficient, high-performance Euro6.1 petrol or diesel engines make the new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV a pacesetter in the market of large seven-seater C-segment SUVs.

Whether the choice is petrol or diesel, all versions stand out above their competitors with engines of the same power class. CO2 emissions are as low as 115 g/km for petrol and only 105 g/km for diesel, with BlueHDi technology.

There are four petrol engines available for the all-new 5008 SUV:

  • 1.2L PureTech 130 S&S six-speed manual, standard (CO2 at 117g/km) or super-efficient (CO2 at 115 g/km) version
  • 1.2L PureTech 130 S&S six-speed automatic (CO2 at 120g/km)
  • 1.6L PureTech 165 S&S six-speed automatic (CO2 at 133g/km).

Six diesel engines (availability dependent on location) complete the range:

  • 1.6L BlueHDi 100 S&S five-speed manual (CO2 at 106g/km)
  • 1.6L BlueHDi 120 S&S six-speed manual, standard (CO2 at 108g/km) or super-efficient (CO2 at 105g/km)
  • 1.6L BlueHDi 120 S&S six-speed automatic (CO2 at 112g/km)
  • 2.0L BlueHDi 150 S&S six-speed manual (CO2 at 118g/km)
  • 2.0L BlueHDi 180 S&S six-speed automatic (CO2 at 124g/km).

The last engine listed above is exclusively available for the dynamic, top-of-the range GT version.

Innovative PEUGEOT urban mobility solutions

As access to city centres proves increasingly challenging, PEUGEOT is providing innovative mobility solutions for today’s world. When unveiling the new PEUGEOT 3008 SUV in May, it turned heads with the simultaneous release of the e-Kick, a very smart electrically assisted folding scooter .

The e-Kick was developed in partnership with MICRO, a worldwide leader in scooters under whose name it is also jointly marketed. The e-Kick slides easily into the boot of the new PEUGEOT 3008 or 5008 and onto its mobile dockstation, so that it’s always available (and charged) when needed.

But there’s more still! The release of the all-new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV coincides with that of the e-Bike eF01, a new electrically assisted portable bicycle with an ultra-modern design. Just like the e-Kick, the e-Bike eF01 has a dockstation located in the boot of the new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV.

These unique offers target clients seeking mobility solutions that complement their vehicle and make the final part of their journey to their destination that much easier. They won’t be disappointed, because the e-Kick and the e-Bike can each be integrated in the MYPEUGEOT mobile app that displays battery power and range, weather, and route info in real time. City life just got simpler. Vive la liberté!

Made in France

The new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV is manufactured in Rennes, while the Trémery and Douvrin sites produce the powertrains for every 5008 sold around the globe. The new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV will accordingly sport the ‘Origine France Garantie’ label. Unveiled at the 2016 Paris Motor Show, the new 5008 will be launched in international markets starting in Spring 2017.

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The all-new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV – in detail

1 – The new PEUGEOT i-Cockpit®: the sensations amplifier

The new PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® is more of everything. More refined, more advanced, more connected, more intuitive. It also offers more emotional satisfaction and potential customisation.

With the i-Cockpit® Amplify option (standard on GT Line and GT versions), push a button on the middle of the dashboard to instantly stimulate four sensual experiences at once:

  • sight , through adjustments to screen colour and compartment lighting intensity
  • hearing, through musical ambience settings and acoustic profiles
  • touch , through multi-point seat massage programmes
  • smell , through its fragrance diffuser (see below).

The vehicle offers passengers two sensory environments to begin with: ‘Boost’, for energetic driving, and ‘Relax’, for a calmer experience. Both can be fully customised; accentuate the pleasure of driver and passengers alike, and guarantee a unique, unforgettable on-board experience.

Quality is also de rigueur with the i-Cockpit® Amplify range of fragrances. They have been developed with Scentys and Antoine Lie , an internationally renowned perfumer, for a luxury aromatic experience.

Each of the three fragrances on offer has its own personality:

  • Cosmic Cuir is the brand’s sensual, vibrant signature perfume
  • Aerodrive is a crisp, stimulating scent with verve (‘Boost’ mode default)
  • Harmony Wood is a grounded, downtempo fragrance (‘Relax’ mode default).

There are three levels of diffusion intensity.

The Driver Sport Pack - also available on the 308 and all-new 3008 SUV - further heightens the senses of sight, touch, and hearing with:

  • stronger, tauter assisted steering
  • more responsive accelerator pedal action
  • greater engine and gearbox agility (enhanced by paddle shifters on automatic gearbox versions)
  • amplified engine sound for a sportier feel (with digital amplifier that enhances passenger compartment acoustics)
  • colour graphics (instrument panel and touchscreen), and display of dynamic driving stats on instrument panel (current power output, oversupply pressure, and acceleration along both axes).

2 – FOCAL® Premium Hi-Fi for first-class acoustic travel

As a world premiere, the all-new PEUGEOT 3008 and 5008 SUVs offer optional factory installation of a hi-fi system designed by accomplished French manufacturer FOCAL®. FOCAL® has been an acoustics specialist for over 35 years, and its signature sound and patented innovations are famous worldwide.

The system in the 5008 has ten speakers featuring an optional exclusive FOCAL® technology for pure, crisp sound to delight occupants:

  • Hi-Fi medium speakers / woofers: Polyglass technology for balance and precision
  • TNF tweeters: Inverted aluminium domes for superior sound mapping and crystal-clear high notes
  • Subwoofer: 200mm triple-coil Power FlowerTM technology for dynamic high-definition bass
  • 12-track 515-Watt active amplification: Hybrid AB/D-class technology providing fine texture for high notes and power for low notes.

All speakers have metallic grilles, and the front and rear tweeters wear the FOCAL® badge.

3 – Array of cutting-edge driving assistance functions

Drivers can rely on a wide selection of driving assistance systems to fully appreciate the agility of the new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV. These functions may all be enabled or deactivated using the Vehicle settings menu.

Advanced Grip Control

This optional system bolsters traction through the following features:

  • optimised slip resistance with five grip modes (normal, snow, mud, sand, ESP OFF) selected using a dial on the central console
  • 18" mud and snow (all-season) tyres.
  • Hill Assist Descent Control (HADC), activated by a button on the central console, is a new function that takes the vehicle safely down steep gradients, leaving nothing to chance. It innovates through its ability to maintain a very low descent speed of 3 km/h (2mph), preserving safety and control in the most potentially unnerving situations.

Automatic Emergency Braking System (AEBS) and Distance Alert

Standard on all versions of the all-new 5008 SUV, Distance Alert warns the driver if there is a risk the vehicle may collide with a vehicle or pedestrian ahead.

The Automatic Emergency Braking System (AEBS) comes into play next, if the driver fails to apply the brakes or otherwise react in a timely manner. It helps avoid or lessen the severity of an imminent collision by reducing vehicle speed - without any action on the part of the driver. The system reacts to vehicles, whether stationary or moving with traffic in the same direction, as well as pedestrians on the road. (It does not detect bicycles, motorcycles, animals, or inanimate objects on the thoroughfare.)

The Automatic Emergency Braking System (AEBS) is enabled when the vehicle is moving at a speed:

  • between 5 and 140 km/h, if another moving vehicle is detected;
  • under 80 km/h, if another, stationary vehicle is detected;
  • under 60 km/h, if a pedestrian is detected.

Active Lane Departure warning system

Using a camera that recognises the broken or solid painted lines between road lanes, this system detects when the vehicle drifts unintentionally across them. To ensure safety, a visual signal and a warning sound are triggered if the vehicle is moving faster than 80 km/h (50mph), image analysis by the camera suggests that driver attention is waning, and the car is swerving.

When moving at a speed between 65 (40mph) and 180 km/h (111mph), the Active Lane Departure warning system also corrects the trajectory if an involuntary lane change is imminent by gradually steering the vehicle back on course . The driver may override this protective feature if the vehicle’s trajectory was intentional (as when avoiding something up ahead) by holding the steering wheel steady. The directional indicator also disables the trajectory correction.

Driver attention warning system

A standard feature on the all-new PEUGEOT 5008 SUV is the Rest reminder . This system sounds a warning and displays a message prompting the driver to take a break if it detects that the vehicle has been driving continuously at over 65 km/h (40mph) for two hours.

The Driver attention warning system complements the Rest reminder. A camera at the top of the windscreen evaluates the vehicle’s movement. To be specific, it assesses driver awareness by comparing lane markings with the vehicle trajectory and thereby detects any swerving. The system then sounds alarms and displays warning messages (e.g.‘Be careful’ or ‘Rest’) that vary according to the level of urgency.

Peugeot Smartbeam Assistance

The camera at the top of the windscreen analyses detected light sources. It switches automatically between full and dipped beams according to traffic and lighting conditions. This maximises use of full beam in the interest of safety and optimised sight in reduced-light conditions.

Standard on all versions, the camera above the windscreen also recognises and interprets road signs marking the beginning or end of speed limit zones , and displays the corresponding speed on the instrument panel. The system also obtains speed limit information from the vehicle’s navigational maps. Special speed limit indications, such as those that apply to heavy trucks, are not displayed. This feature is standard on all versions.

Speed suggestion completes this package. The driver can choose to set vehicle speed to the speed detected by the camera by pushing the cruise control ‘MEM’ button.

Adaptive Cruise Control with stop feature (ACC Stop) on automatic gearbox models

The vehicle is equipped with a radar in the centre of the front bumper that has a range of 150 metres. When driving at a speed between 30 (18mph) and 180 km/h (111mph), ACC Stop serves two functions:

  • to maintain the cruising speed set by the driver
  • to stay a safe distance from the vehicle ahead (with predefined ‘far’, ‘normal’, and ‘close’ settings).

The ACC Stop system detects a vehicle ahead that is moving in the same direction of traffic. It automatically adapts speed to that of the vehicle detected, using the engine and normal brake systems (thus activating the brake lights) to maintain a safe and constant following distance until the vehicle comes to a complete stop.

This function is standard or optional for vehicles with automatic gearboxes only (except the 1.2L PureTech 130 S&S six-speed manual).

Active Blind Spot Monitoring system

When driving at a speed between 12 (7.5) and 140 km/h (87mph), this system warns the driver if a car, truck, or two-wheeled vehicle is in a blind spot , should its presence potentially pose a danger. An indicator lights up on the corresponding door mirror.

This system works in sync with the Active Lane Departure warning system . If the driver begins to cross a lane marking with the intent to change lanes, while the turn signals are on, and a vehicle is detected in the relevant blind spot, the door mirror warning indicator will light up and the lane departure system will attempt to correct the vehicle's trajectory to avoid a collision .

Visiopark 1 & 2

The vehicle comes equipped with 180° video cameras positioned on the rear hatch (Visiopark 1) and the front grille (Visiopark 2). Together they provide a view of the vehicle ’ s immediate surroundings , which are displayed on the touchscreen. The parking aid sensors provide additional data to construct a real-time 360° aerial view of the vehicle and the area around it during the parking procedure.

This makes it easier to align the vehicle while remaining aware of all nearby obstacles.

Ultrasonic sensors on the sides of the vehicle allow Park Assist to play a more active role in parking .

  • First, sensors on both bumpers detect a parking space big enough to accommodate the vehicle.
  • Then, Park Assist automatically steers the vehicle into the spot.

The driver manages acceleration, braking, gear changes, and the clutch (on manual gearbox versions). While the vehicle is entering or leaving a parking spot, Park Assist provides the driver with visual and audible cues and information to guarantee safety . The driver may also take control of the steering process at any time, simply by taking control of the steering wheel.

Park Assist manages parallel and perpendicular parking .

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New era of modernity.

The new PEUGEOT 3008 HYBRID boasts a bold high-tech design with its new powerful front end adorned with full LED headlights and SDL function. Its distinctive style, a perfect balance between bold and smoothness, pushes the established boundaries of the SUV.


The exterior design of the new PEUGEOT 3008 highlights its assertive character, balance of strength and smoothness. Its new breakthrough front end gives it a strong personality. This top-of-the-range model marks the beginning of a bold new era of modernity.



The powerful, refined front end of the new PEUGEOT 3008. A new frameless grille features at the front, while gloss black side scoops and a painted lower bumper trim frame the new design.


Across the whole range, the front lighting signature includes LED headlights enhanced by the hook-shaped daytime running lights that are characteristically PEUGEOT and instantly recognizable, as well as full LED headlights featuring the SDL function.


The chrome front wing insert extends from the headlights and continues, via the chrome roof arch, up to the rear spoiler. Sophisticated and dynamic, following the silhouette of the new PEUGEOT 3008.


Brand new 19″ San Francisco Matt Onyx Black diamond-cut Alloy Wheels with wheel arch protectors and solid door sills enhance the dynamic style of the new PEUGEOT 3008.


At the rear, the new PEUGEOT Full LED lights include a ‘3D lion claw’ lighting signature and scrolling indicators. The lights have a smoked glass lens, extending the black boot strip on either side of the vehicle and visually enlarging the rear of the car for an extra sporty look.


HYBRID BADGE or HYBRID4 badges that decorate the wings of the new PEUGEOT 3008 subtly highlight that they belong to the innovative technological plug-in hybrid range.


The interior of the new PEUGEOT 3008 plug-in hybrid comes with an exclusive trim ‘Greval’ grey Alcantara® with ‘Mistral’ black Half leather effect trim, which is complimented by an Aikinite copper top stitch.



With the PEUGEOT top-of-the-range ergonomic driving position upgraded i-Cockpit®, the driving experience on board the new PEUGEOT 3008 becomes simple and intuitive, under enhanced comfort and safety conditions.

Experience agile and intuitive driving with the compact multifunction steering wheel.

Its new 10″ capacitive colour touchscreen combined with 3D navigation with voice control and multi-touch technology brings greater levels of functionality. The elegant chrome Piano Keys provide quick and intuitive access to the various comfort functions.

Its configurable high-quality head-up digital display panel, which can be easily customised, means you don’t take your eyes off the road.

On the plug-in hybrid version, the PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® incorporates a fully dedicated display that allows you to view specific driving information on the instrument panel in your field of vision (driving mode, powertrain energy flows, battery level status and electric range remaining) and on the touchscreen, energy consumption statistics (electric and fuel).


With the Mirror Screen function, you can enjoy apps on your Apple CarPlay™ or Android Auto™ compatible smartphone on the touchscreen and you always stay connected thanks to the wireless charging area that hosts your smartphone in the front. Rear passengers have two USB charging sockets for their portable devices.


The FOCAL® Hi-Fi system at cutting edge of technological innovation benefits from exceptional sound quality. The central channel and tweeters are covered in a new ‘Bronze Belem’ colour, and the system is cleverly packaged into the interior with no compromise or practicality.

The FOCAL® Hi-Fi system has a power output of 515 watts and consists of 4 Speakers, 4 Tweeters, a Central Speaker, Sub-woofer and 12 channel amplifier. Acoustic laminated front side windows are also included (excluding HYBRID versions).


At all times, the head-up digital instrument panel in high-quality display provides information on:

  • Driving mode: Electric, Sport, Hybrid, 4WD
  • Electric driving range level
  • Fuel range level
  • Information on the use of energy via the power meter


You can programme the battery charge via the new 10″ capacitive colour touchscreen, which allows you to access the setting functions and driving information of the new PEUGEOT 3008 plug-in hybrid:

  • Energy flows that illustrate the operation of the hybrid system
  • Electrical consumption and fuel statistics
  • Location of charging stations and the distance to be travelled in all electric mode
  • Charging configuration
  • Activation of the e-Save function
  • Pre-heating of the passenger compartment



With the new PEUGEOT 3008, you have the freedom to choose energy without sacrificing the features you expect of a PEUGEOT vehicle: spacious interior, generous boot volume and above all, driving pleasure.



The latest-generation driving aids of the new PEUGEOT 3008 further enhance on-board comfort and safety and assist you towards autonomous driving.

Whether they detect the road signs (Extended Road Sign Recognition), and assist you in the traffic flow (Drive Assist Plus Pack, “ACC” Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go function with Lane Keeping Assistance), or through analysing your environment (Blind Spot Detection), these assistance systems are designed to offer peace-of-mind driving.


In night-time conditions, the exclusive ‘Night Vision’ system with in front camera will detect the presence of pedestrians or animals up to 200m in front of the vehicle, beyond the range of headlights and will warn you with an alert signal. Automatic emergency braking can also be triggered if pedestrians or cyclists are located near the vehicle.


Advanced Grip Control is a pack consisting of optimised traction control and Hill Assists Descent Control. It allows you to adapt your grip to the most difficult conditions: snow, mud or sand.

The high-performance HYBRID4 version, with it’s 4-wheel drive, offers improved traction on the road or on difficult terrain and also benefits from Hill Assist Descent Control.


The high-performance HYBRID4 version, with it’s 4-wheel drive, offers more sensations and improved traction on the road or on difficult terrain and also benefits from Hill Assist Descent Control.


Lane Departure Warning is a system that detects, using a camera that recognizes solid or broken lines, when a longitudinal lane marking on the ground is accidentally crossed. It warns the driver and corrects the car’s trajectory when the system identifies a risk.

Speed limit sign recognition and recommendation

This system detects and reads speed limit and end of speed limit signs, and displays them in the instrument panel. The system also takes account of the speed limit information from the navigation system mapping.

The system also features speed limit recommendation where the driver has the option to adapt their speed to the speed limit read by the camera via the car’s cruise control.


With radar assistance, the system detects the car in front and automatically maintains the previously selected safe distance by acting on the brake and accelerator. If necessary, the system functions until the car comes to a complete stop (with an automatic gearbox or down to 18mph with a manual gearbox).



Step into a world of technology on board the new PEUGEOT 3008, which has been designed to meet the demands of business customers. This robust SUV benefits from a large range of efficient PETROL and PLUG-IN HYBRID engines.


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