The 3008 reveals both its strength and its character. Reinforced by its streamlined design, this distinct SUV combines robustness with elegance. Jump on board the 3008 and find yourself immersed in a sensory and technological world that will guarantee an enhanced driving experience.


The PEUGEOT 2008 delivers power and efficiency. In the latest model there’s a range of powerful and fuel efficient engines, equipped with Stop&Start functionality: BlueHDi diesel or PureTech petrol engines, offering up to 155bhp for that extra sporty drive.

Inspired Style

Let the powerful front face of the PEUGEOT 3008 entice you, with its new frameless grille and its streamlined, feline-like, full LED headlights. Discover its fluid and dynamic lines, set off by an elegant chrome wing insert, which extends from the headlights to the rear spoiler.

Complete with a personality that is as unique as it is sharp, the PEUGEOT 3008 is enhanced with a Black Diamond roof and a gloss black strip to the rear incorporating 3-claw LED lights that are on both day and night.​

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An enhanced experience

Never has there been a better starting point for setting off on an adventure.

With its spectacular new PEUGEOT i-Cockpit®, the New PEUGEOT 3008 invites you to explore a 100% digital world. The standard configurable 8-inch touch screen and customisable head-up digital display, compact steering wheel with integrated controls and electric automatic gearbox are guaranteed to enhance your driving experience.

Customise the sensations you feel using the i-Cockpit Amplify and its entirely immersive experience. Select and adapt the vehicle's sensory environment to suit your mood or your journey in a single movement, from the comfort of one of the massage seats* whilst enjoying the luxurious and decidedly contemporary surroundings.

Finally, enjoy the remarkable feel of the road and outstanding acoustic comfort as your music plays through the very high-fidelity FOCAL hi-fi sound system.

Innovative Technology

Exploring the world also means using the technologies available to ensure environmental efficiency. Its lighter frame, PureTech or BlueHDi engine and EAT8 automatic gearbox put the new PEUGEOT 3008 SUV among the most efficient.

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What trim levels are on the PEUGEOT 3008?

Active Premium Plus - Features include:

  • Aluminium Roof Rails
  • 180° Colour Reversing Camera
  • Power folding Door Mirrors
  • Automatic Lights & Wipers
  • ECO LED Headlights

(not available in hybrid powertrain)​

​Allure Premium Plus - Features include:

  • 3D Connected Navigation
  • PEUGEOT Open & Go (keyless entry)
  • ‘Black Diamond’ Roof
  • Blue LED ambient lighting
  • Smartbeam Assist

GT - Features include:

  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Full LED Headlights with Fog Mode
  • ‘GT’ exterior styling
  • 'Twin exhaust' effect styling
  • Sports interior with Belomka seat trim

What powertrains are available on the PEUGEOT 3008?

New 3008 Hybrid

The New 3008 Hybrid is the newest engine variant added to the 3008 range. This self-charging hybrid offers higher fuel efficiency compared to pure petrol or diesel. There is no need plug-in a self charging hybrid.

  • Combined fuel consumption: up to 49.56 mpg
  • Combined CO2 emissions: from 127 g/km
  • Power: HYBRID 136 e-DSC6

3008 Plug-in Hybrid

  • 100% electric driving range: Up to 42 miles
  • Charging time: 1h45
  • Combined consumption: up to 259.8 MPG
  • Combined CO2 emissions: from 26 g/km

Petrol and Diesel

  • Combined fuel consumption: up to 46.4 MPG
  • Combined CO2 emissions: from 138 g/km
  • Power: PURETECH 130 Auto

PEUGEOT 3008 Plug-in Hybrid

You can choose your PEUGEOT 3008 with a plug-in HYBRID engine with up to 39 miles of range.

Plug-in hybrid engines

The PEUGEOT 3008, with a 13.2kWh electric battery, is also available in a choice of HYBRID powertrains:

  • HYBRID4 300  - (300hp, 4 wheel drive, 147 kW/200 hp PureTech petrol engine,two 80 kW/110 hp electric motors)
  • Provides an electric range of 34 - 40 miles - WLTP*.
  • HYBRID 225 - (225 hp, front wheel drive, 132 kW/180 hp PureTech petrol engine, 80 kW/110 hp electric motor)
  • Provides an electric range of 32 - 39 miles - WLTP*.

*Driving range may vary depending on the actual conditions of use (weather conditions, driving style, etc.)​

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Review: Peugeot 3008

The mid-size 3008 SUV debuted its second generation at the end of 2016, and particularly impressed with its classy look and interior. Can an updated version continue that upward trend, though?

What is it?

In recent years Peugeot has truly transformed its fortunes around, no longer being classed as mainstream but now premium and upmarket, and it means that the firm’s latest models have proven to be superb choices in their class. Not least the mid-size 3008 SUV which debuted in its second generation at the end of 2016, and particularly impressed with its classy look and interior. Can an updated version continue that upward trend, though?​

What’s new?

​Given how good the 3008 was anyway, you can forgive Peugeot for not making huge changes. Most notable, though, are the way it looks, with this SUV adopting the striking front end, frameless grille and ‘Claw’ headlights which we’ve seen on models like the 508 and 208. It also gets LED lighting, a new ‘black pack’ that helps to bring a stealthier look, as well as upgraded interior technology thanks to a larger touchscreen.

What’s under the bonnet?

Peugeot prides itself on choice, and it’s why a range of powertrain options are available here, including petrol, diesel and two plug-in hybrids. It’s also important to note that the vast majority of models come with an automatic gearbox, with only the entry-level 128bhp petrol available with a six-speed manual option.

Here we’re testing the top-spec ‘Hybrid4’ option, which combines a turbocharged 1.6-litre petrol engine with twin electric motors for a combined 296bhp. It’s the only four-wheel-drive 3008 model available, and also the most powerful as well – with the model having a superb amount of punch available when required. A 36-mile electric range is impressive, too, and allows for CO2 emissions of just 29g/km.

What’s it like to drive?

PEUGEOT has aimed to tread the thin line between sportiness and comfort, and it largely succeeds as the model is a comfortable cruiser, and also quite nimble on a twisty back road. The steering is also quick and responsive, and it’s generally a good all-rounder that offers minimal compromise.

The only slight downside is the ride wasn’t the most comfortable on our test car, though it was in the sportier GT trim and with larger alloy wheels. Settling on a smaller set of alloys could improve matters.

How does it look?

PEUGEOT’s design language is bolder than ever, and while some might find the design a bit excessive, to our eyes, it looks fantastic, bold and modern. It really stands out on the road, particularly with the front-end that features the aforementioned frameless grille and ‘Claw’ headlights that certainly attract attention.

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What’s it like inside?

That stylish design also carried on with the interior, echoing the bold and cutting-edge design of the exterior.

You get a cool gear shifter, along with funky toggle switches that replace traditional buttons. You also now get a larger 10-inch touchscreen and it carries on with PEUGEOT’s somewhat divisive i-Cockpit, which includes a digital dial screen and a small steering wheel. Some might find the wheel blocks the views of the dials at first, but some light adjustment sorts the issue out.

What’s the spec like?

The 3008’s jump upmarket means that prices aren’t the cheapest in this segment – starting from £27,555 for an Active Premium model, which features 17-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone climate control and a reversing camera.

Step up to the Allure to get a larger 10-inch touchscreen with satellite navigation, 18-inch alloy wheels and additional safety kit. The Allure Premium brings keyless entry and start, blue interior lighting and aluminum roof rails.

Sporty-looking GT models come with full LED lighting, Alcantara seats and adaptive cruise control, while the flagship GT Premium brings large 19-inch alloy wheels, a Focal sound system and a 360-degree camera.


In the crowded mid-size SUV segment, the Peugeot 3008 continues to be a breath of fresh air, bringing unique style and a cool interior to this segment. It also offers a premium feel that’s knocking on the door of the upmarket German brands.

The hybrid’s mix of performance and efficiency means it’s not style over substance, either, though cheaper petrol and diesels continue to be offered as well. If you’re considering a model in this segment, the 3008 should definitely be on your shopping list.

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