Used Peugeot 2008 For Sale

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Our stock of used Peugeot 2008 come in a range of gearbox and fuel type options and are currently located at the below sites

Now in its second generation, the Peugeot 2008 makes for a stylish and spacious family car that’s both affordable to buy and cheap to run. While maintaining the French manufacturer’s traditional strengths of comfort with polished driving dynamics, the double-zero naming also points to a handy raised ride height. Two generations of Peugeot 2008 are available at Motorpoint, both with quite distinct characters – the 2013-2019 model sits somewhere between a people carrier, estate and crossover, while the current 2020-on model plants its flag firmly in the crossover camp.

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2013-2019 models are fitted with a range of petrol and diesel engines. The petrol range kicks off with a non-turbocharged 1.2-litre e-VTI that’s best suited for urban runaround duties, but there’s also a turbocharged e-THP version in two states of tune. A 1.6-litre petrol slots somewhere between the two smaller turbo units in terms of performance. Turbodiesels are available as a 1.4-litre HDI variant, or a choice of two 1.6-litre versions.

The 2020-on 2008 is sold with petrol and diesel engines, but it’s unusual in also offering a pure electric version that’s billed as an e-2008. The petrol range is based around a 1.2-litre engine in three different states of tune, while there’s also a 1.5-litre BlueHDI diesel if maximizing mpg is the priority.


The 2008 is available exclusively with a five-door bodyshell. Both generations are based on Peugeot 208 underpinnings, but are significantly larger and more spacious – the 2013-2019 model is 20cm longer than a 208, while the 2020-onwards model is 14cm longer than its predecessor and 25cm longer than the 208.

Peugeot 2008 Trim Levels

Later examples of the 2013-2019 Peugeot 2008 available at Motorpoint are offered with Access+, Active, Allure, Allure Premium and Feline trim levels.

  • Access+ keeps frills to a minimum (and the price accordingly low), so you get steel wheels but also electric front windows and air-conditioning.
  • Active upgrades to 16-inch alloys and touchscreen infotainment (see Technology, below).
  • Allure adds dual-zone climate control, auto lights/wipers, electric windows front and rear and parking sensors, plus a distinctive front grille and wheelarch extensions.
  • Allure Premium introduces enhanced infotainment, plus a panoramic roof and scuff plates front and rear.
  • Feline has 17-inch alloys, panoramic roof, leather trim and sat-nav.

While Active, Allure, GT Line and GT trim levels were initially offered for the 2020-onwards 2008, Peugeot quickly tweaked trim levels to a five-model range: Active Premium, Allure, Allure Premium, GT and GT Premium.

Check each advert to be sure, but as a guide Active Premium is fitted with 16-inch alloys, LED headlights and heated electric door mirrors and the more conventional analogue driver display, while Allure upgrades to 17-inch alloys, and leather-effect/Mistral cloth trim, plus the colour reversing camera. Allure Premium is equipped with the Peugeot 3D iCockpit as standard (see Technology, below). GT introduces upgraded body styling, ‘Tri-material’ upholstery with lime-green stitching and LED headlights. Top-of-the-range GT Premium features 18-inch alloys, Alcantara and cloth interior trim, plus adaptive cruise control.


For 2013-2019 models, a 7-inch touchscreen is fitted from Active trim and up, and includes Bluetooth, a USB input and DAB radio. Allure Premium upgrades to Peugeot Connected 3D sat-nav with TomTom traffic updates.

All examples of the 2020-on Peugeot 2008 are equipped with Peugeot iCockpit, featuring a 7.0-inch touchscreen and 3.5-inch colour matrix instrument display as standard. Allure Premium takes this a step further with digital instrument display, and GT trim upgrades to a 10-inch colour touchscreen.           

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