Peugeot 3008 variants
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Total cash price £14,999. Borrowing £11,999 with a £3,000 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

49 monthly payments
£216.32
Fixed interest rate
12.9%
Total amount payable
£19,643.34
Cost of credit
£4,644.34
Optional final payment
£6,260.00
Annual mileage limit
6000 miles

Peugeot 3008 buying guide

The basics are similar to its predecessor, so you still get a spacious five-seat hatchback layout, the extra versatility of a raised ride height and a line-up of small and frugal, if surprisingly energetic, petrol and diesel engines. Need a seven-seater? You’ll want to look at the mechanically identical Peugeot 5008.

What Peugeot 3008 trim levels are there?

Peugeot’s trim levels are a little extensive, but at least there’s something for everyone. The more up-to-date models offer five key trim levels: Active Premium, Allure, Allure Premium, GT (formerly GT Line) and GT Premium.

Standard equipment is strong, with 17-inch alloys, DAB radio, dual-zone climate control, rear parking sensors and privacy glass. Active Premium also has Apple CarPlay/Android Auto and a reversing camera. The real fun starts with Allure, which brings extra driver-assist tech, connected 3D navigation and 18-inch alloys and by the time you’ve talked yourself up to GT Premium you’ve got 19-inch alloys, a Focal premium hi-fi and a 360-degree reverse parking camera.

Not to forget the super-desirable iCockpit, which Peugeot has generously thrown in as standard across the range.

Peugeot 3008 interior and technology

iCockpit is Peugeot-speak for a fully digital instrument binnacle and touchscreen. It's a fully customisable 12.3-inch display ahead of the driver, so you can flick between more conventional-looking speedometer and rev counter displays to others that prioritise information such as navigation while still displaying crucial driving information. The central touchscreen allows you to control all infotainment functions, and is complemented by piano-key switches that provide easy shortcuts to key functions, including DAB radio.

Driver-assist features including lane-keep assist, front collision warning and auto headlights are standard across the range.

Peugeot 3008 engine range explained

(Most popular!) Peugeot 3008 1.2 PureTech petrol

The zippy 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine is a good match for the 3008. Performance is respectable, with 0-62mph taking under 10 seconds, and yet the 130hp engine is still quite economical. Its official 48mpg figure is what you’d have expected from a diesel engine just a few years ago.

Peugeot 3008 1.6 PureTech petrol

Need brisker performance? Look out for the 180hp 1.6-litre petrol engine, which knocks the 0-62mph time down by around two seconds. It’s still reasonably efficient and only comes with the automatic gearbox.

Peugeot 3008 1.5 BlueHDi diesel

If you’ve got a lot of long journeys in the diary or are conscious of fuel economy, the torquey 1.5-litre diesel is a good pick. Its 60mpg figure is a big plus, and it feels quick enough for a car like this. A 2.0-litre diesel was briefly offered, but it’s much rarer than the 1.5.

Peugeot 3008 1.6 Hybrid 225

The Peugeot 3008 has not one, but two plug-in hybrid options that could save you a bundle on fuel. This one has 225hp and front-wheel drive, with one electric motor. If you drive the car as it’s intended (mostly on battery power), you’ll achieve over 200mpg. Almost 40 miles of electric driving is available from a full charge, so if you have a short-ish commute then you can drive to work without using any fuel.

Peugeot 3008 1.6 Hybrid4 300

That Hybrid4 designation is for four-wheel drive, courtesy of an extra electric motor. With a second motor, the Hybrid4 is also more powerful. Its 300hp output is good for a hot-hatch-like acceleration time, even though it pretty much matches the Hybrid 225 for economy.

Your Peugeot 3008 questions answered

This is the car equivalent of the ugly duckling story. Once a blobby MPV, the 3008 has flourished into the automotive version of a serene swan. The latest generation has been on sale since 2017, and was facelifted in 2021. As such, you’ll see pre- and post-facelift used Peugeot 3008s for sale at Motorpoint. Older cars get a chromey grille, while newer cars get a grille that extends into the front end bodywork.

The Peugeot 3008 is only a little bit longer than a traditional hatchback like a Ford Focus, so you probably won’t need to extend your driveway to accommodate it. Its higher ride height will come in handy for getting young kids in and out, or if you struggle to get comfy in a lower car.

The raised height also results in plenty of headroom, so everyone except stovepipe hat enthusiasts will find it spacious in both rows of seats. Legroom is good for front and rear occupants, too, although the middle seat is a bit tight. Best reserved for short journeys, that seat. The 520-litre boot is pretty good for the SUV class, even if it’s beaten by the Volkswagen Tiguan and Hyundai Tucson. Note that the plug-in hybrid’s boot is a bit less generous due to the positioning of the battery pack.

In the Peugeot 3008, you can take your pick between petrol, diesel and even plug-in hybrid engines. Many of the engines are available with either a manual or a slick-shifting ‘EAT8’ automatic gearbox. Like the trim level selection, there should be something to suit most drivers.

Yes, the Peugeot 3008 is a good car for family buyers and for people who want space, a high ride height and a striking interior. It has quite a large boot, a comfortable ride, economical engines and bold styling, so it’s a great choice if you’re also considering cars like the Nissan Qashqai and Volkswagen Tiguan.

It seems the latest Peugeot 3008 is a reliable car. Helping its cause is the fact that its underpinnings are shared with cars like the Citroen Grand C4 SpaceTourer and the Peugeot 508, so its parts are tried and tested.

The Peugeot 3008 doesn’t have the biggest towing capacity in its class, but caravanners should seek out cars with the 1.5-litre diesel engine. This has the best towing capacity in the range at 1,500kg, so it’s suitable for a smallish caravan.

Only the range-topping Hybrid4 engine comes with four-wheel drive, but the rest of the range can be specified with an advanced traction control system that Peugeot calls Grip Control. It’s a reasonably rare option, but a 3008 with Grip Control will have a dial with several driving modes for slippery surfaces ahead of the gear lever.

The Peugeot 3008 comes with three sets of Isofix points as standard – two on the outer rear seats and one on the front passenger seat – so you can fit three child seats in this family-friendly SUV.