Peugeot’s line-up of vehicles now includes cars of all shapes and sizes. There are plenty of engine choices, too, meaning that there’s likely to be an option for most drivers. Peugeot has also undergone a significant revamp of late, bringing a whole new attitude and plenty of style to go with it.
So what does the Peugeot range now include and which one could work for you? We’ve got the run-down of everything that it currently has to offer.
Things get off to a strong start with the 208. PEUGEOT has a longstanding history when it comes to hatchbacks, so you could say that the 208 has got some very firm foundations to stand upon. This shines through, too, as the 208 is great to drive while also being very practical and easy to live with.
There’s an electric version available, too, which has a range of up to 224 miles. It’s one of the best electric ranges in the class, in fact.
After a little more space? You’ll want the 2008. Introduced as a brand-new model recently, the latest 2008 throws in an innovative new design which has been used across the PEUGEOT range to good effect. It means you can get the look and feel of some of PEUGEOT’s sleeker models but in a practical and family-friendly package.
You can get it with a battery-powered setup in the e-2008, too, which adds a range of up to 248 miles and a rapid charging ability which means you can go from zero to 80 per cent in as little as 30 minutes.
The 308 takes the 208 and adds in some extra practicality. It’s PEUGEOT’s bread-and-butter hatchback, but its exterior is anything but ordinary. You get the recognisable ‘claw’ LED light designs - which look great at night - alongside a range of really eye-catching exterior colours.
Plus, if you need a little extra space then there’s an SW version. It’s ideal for drivers who like the look and feel of the 308 hatch but need some extra room.
The 3008 is one of the most family-friendly PEUGEOT models available, bringing great levels of space and a really usable, hard-wearing cabin. It’s got an SUV-inspired stance on the road, too, as well as that striking design that we’ve mentioned previously on other models.
Peugeot has recently added a full hybrid option to the 3008, which combines petrol and electric power for great efficiency.
If standing out from the crowd is what you’re after, then look this way. The new 408 is arguably one of the most striking PEUGEOT models to date, combining the upright look of an SUV with the practicality of an estate car - all tied together with a really eye-catching body.
This ‘fastback’ design is unlike anything available elsewhere in the market, but a well-made cabin and loads of technology mean that this is far from just a pretty face.
The 508 is PEUGEOT’s core executive model, providing sleek, uncluttered lines and a refined driving experience that will take the backache out of longer journeys. Available with a plug-in hybrid setup, the 508 is also remarkably efficient.
If you want a little more space from your 508 then there’s a more spacious SW version available which - to our eyes at least - looks even better.
As PEUGEOT’s largest SUV, the 5008 is a go-to option for drivers who require plenty of space. Recently given a whole-new redesign, the 5008 brings seven-seater versatility so it’s great if you’ve got a number of people to take along for the ride.
As with other cars here, the 5008 is available with hybrid engines that can help to lower those monthly fuel bills.
Finally, we have the e-Traveller. As the name suggests it’s fully electric, but it also has seating for up to eight people to travel in comfort and quiet. It’ll bring up to 143 miles of range between trips to the plug, too.
Inside, all versions get a large central screen as well as a handy 74 litres of oddment storage dotted throughout the cabin.
The e-Rifter might look like a traditional MPV, but underneath it’s got some seriously cutting-edge technology. It’s got a range of up to 172 miles, too, and can charge at speeds of up to 100kW which means that an 80 per cent charge could be sorted in around half an hour.
A clever pop-glass section at the rear means it’s easy to access the boot, while up to 4,000 litres of boot space when all seats are folded ensures that the Rifter can cater for even the biggest adventures.