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Peugeot 2008

  • tickSharp looks
  • tickComfortable ride
  • tickEconomical engines and EV option

Peugeot 2008 SUV (2019 - )

Building on a recent run of form from Peugeot, the new 2008 inherits the sharp design language that’s made such a success of its 3008 big brother and shares foundations with the DS 3 Crossback. Launching into an intensely competitive sector filled with talented and equally style-focused rivals, the 2008’s combination of style and the choice of petrol, diesel and full electric powertrains is impressive, likewise its user-friendly controls, practicality and excellent ride.
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The new 2008 is part of Peugeot’s strategy to offer a common package for which you then choose an engine to suit your needs. So, at each of the four trim levels there’s the option of a petrol, a diesel or full EV version, all of them competitive in terms of running costs according to their intended use.

The Peugeot’s pricing looks on a par with rivals like the Nissan Juke, Vahxhall Mokka, Volkswagen T-Roc and the many others in this fashionable and competitive sector. Like for like it’s also a chunk cheaper than the premium-pitched DS 3 Crossback with which it shares a platform and engines.

In running cost terms the petrol engines are probably best if you do mainly urban or suburban miles, while the diesel’s sub-100g/km CO2 and excellent fuel consumption will suit those running one on company money or with an eye to keeping a lid on tax bills. If you’re tempted by switching to electric bear in mind it can cost as much as £10,000 more than the equivalent petrol version, though the price gap narrows as you progress up the range. Read our standalone review on the e-2008 for more information but it pays to think carefully about how and where you’ll be using your car and crunch the numbers before committing.

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