PEUGEOT car reviews
Peugeot 508 2.0 HDi Allure Estate 5dr Diesel Manual (start/stop) (102 g/km, 150 bhp) Estate (2014 - ) expert review
The Peugeot 508 SW has a lot going for it, with a striking exterior, shed loads of equipment thrown in as standard, and some very efficient diesel engines, which should attract plenty of fleet buyers. It struggles with refinement though, ride quality on big-wheeled Allure versions is poor, and while the boot is a decent size, many of its newer rivals offer more space, or more flexibility in the back.
Date added: Wednesday 01 April 2015.
The Peugeot RCZ isn’t as good to drive or as posh inside as coupe rivals like the Audi TT, but it’s a match for anything on style and, if you choose the right model, it makes a decent budget alternative. Just make sure you can live with the hard ride before you buy.
Date added: Friday 13 February 2015.
Peugeot 108 1.0 (s/s) Active Hatchback 3dr Petrol Manual (88 g/km, 68 bhp) Hatchback (2014 - ) expert review
The Peugeot 108 is a likeable car thanks to its chic styling and plentiful customisation options. However, it can’t match rivals such as the Volkswagen Up and Hyundai i10 in a number of key areas, most notably ride comfort, refinement and cabin quality.
Date added: Thursday 26 June 2014.
Peugeot 308 1.2 (s/s) Active Estate 5dr Petrol Manual (109 g/km, 110 bhp) Estate (2014 - ) expert review
There are plenty of good choices in this class, but the spacious and well equipped 308 SW is one of the best small estate cars you can buy.
Date added: Wednesday 07 May 2014.
Peugeot 308 1.6 BlueHDi (s/s) Allure Hatchback 5dr Diesel Manual (82 g/km, 120 bhp) Hatchback (2013 - ) expert review
The Peugeot 308 isn’t the best car in the family hatchback class to drive, but it’s not that far off, and it has plenty to offer besides. It looks good, has an interior that’s as plush as it is stylish, and there are some real gems to be found among the engine range that impress for power, refinement and economy. Sure, the driving position isn’t ideal and there are some ergonomic issues, but otherwise, the 308 is a good all-rounder.
Date added: Tuesday 10 December 2013.
The Peugeot 2008 isn’t a great car, but then again, neither are the cars it competes with. If you value practicality over style from your mini SUV, it might be worth a look.
Date added: Wednesday 19 June 2013.
The 208 GTI is Peugeot’s best GTI model in years. It’s not quite as entertaining or as affordable as a Ford Fiesta ST, but it’s still a good car in its own right.
Date added: Monday 29 April 2013.
Peugeot 508 2.0HDi Active Navigation Saloon 4dr Diesel Manual (119 g/km, 140 bhp) Saloon (2011 - ) expert review
The Peugeot 508 is more than just a replacement for the 407, its hike in size and quality means it also replaces the bigger 607. It’s a classy car, with economical engines.
Date added: Wednesday 30 January 2013.
Peugeot 208 1.2 Active Hatchback 5dr Petrol Manual (104 g/km, 82 bhp) Hatchback (2012 - ) expert review
The 208 has its plus points, such as the way it looks and the quality feel of the interior. However, it's way too compromised in too many other areas to trouble the class leaders. If you're not totally sold on the 208's styling, we'd advise you to look elsewhere.
Date added: Thursday 19 April 2012.
The Peugeot iOn represents a new kind of motoring, where a customer can lease a car with very predictable running costs and no tailpipe emissions. It’s best suited to short, frequent journeys.
Date added: Thursday 10 March 2011.
The new Peugeot 208 has been given a subtle reworking and new engines for 2015 - is it enough to take on newer rivals from Mazda, Hyundai, Ford and Vauxhall in this tough class?
Date added: Thursday 14 May 2015.
Peugeot has revealed revisions for its popular 208 supermini
Date added: Friday 20 February 2015.
Peugeot has a new performance flagship for the 308 range. Is it any good?
Date added: Wednesday 21 January 2015.
We look back at this Classic Ad for the Peugeot 309 GTi
Date added: Thursday 15 January 2015.