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.

Power

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 - Features include:

  • New PEUGEOT i-Cockpit®
  • Automatic dual zone climate control
  • Mirror Screen®
  • Automatic Emergency Braking System
  • Visibility pack

​Allure - Features include:

  • 21" HD Panoramic Curved Display
  • 3D Connected Navigation
  • Configurable i-Toggles
  • Smartphone Wireless Charger
  • PEUGEOT Open & Go (Keyless entry)
  • Reversing Camera

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?

3008 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 249.8 MPG
  • Combined CO2 emissions: from 26 g/km

3008 Petrol

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

3008 Diesel

  • Combined fuel consumption: up to 54.1 MPG
  • Combined CO2 emissions: from 137 g/km
  • Power: BlueHDi 130 EAT8 (96 kW)

PEUGEOT 3008 Plug-in Hybrid

You can choose your PEUGEOT 3008 with a plug-in HYBRID engine with up to 42 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:

  • Plug-in Hybrid 180 E-EAT8 - Combined electric range 29.8 - 39.1 miles
  • Plug-in Hybrid 225 E-EAT8 - Combined electric range 35.4 - 42.9 miles

Hybrid engines

  • Hybrid 136 e-DSC6 - Self Charging

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.

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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?

Peugeot’s line-up of cars is looking remarkably strong at the moment. You’ve got accomplished hatchbacks, smartly-designed saloons and cars like we’re looking at today - the 3008 - which bring a blend of everything in between. You could say that things are quite rosy for Peugeot at the moment. But with such a varied line-up, why should you be considering the 3008? Well, we’re going to check it out today to see just what it’s got to offer.

What’s new?

Peugeot saw fit to give the 3008 a mid-life facelift recently, giving it styling touches which fall closer into line with the rest of the range. You’ve got a smart frameless grille now as a result, alongside even sharper headlights and daytime running lights than before.

There’s also a new ‘fog mode’ for the headlights, which drops the intensity of the usual dipped beam, meaning that there’s no need for extra headlights. Of course, being a new Peugeot, there’s also some clever technology inside to match the cutting-edge look outside.

What’s under the bonnet?

As with other Peugeot models, the 3008 is offered with a variety of engine options so that there’s something for everyone. Petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid setups are all available, and while there’s no fully electric version just yet it’s likely on the way. We got behind the wheel of the top-spec plug-in hybrid model, which blends a petrol engine with a pair of electric motors for 296bhp combined. You also get four-wheel-drive and a range of up to 36 miles in fully electric mode.

How does it drive?

Despite that relatively powerful setup, the 3008 isn’t designed to be a sporty car. No, instead there’s more of a focus on comfort here, though versions on larger wheels do sometimes feel a little overly firm when you’re travelling over rough surfaces.

The steering is nice and quick, mind you, which helps to make the car feel agile and alive - particularly around town. The eight-speed automatic gearbox you get shifts smoothly as well.

How does it look?

The 3008 might be one of the larger cars in Peugeot’s stable, but that doesn’t stop it from being good to look at. In fact, with the recent update to its design, it’s one of the more striking models in its class, with the daytime running lights being a particularly noticeable feature.

Though the front end of the car does have quite an aggressive, sporty feeling to it the rear is far boxier. In fact, in some places it looks a little retro - but it all combines together nicely to make a good-looking car.

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What’s it like inside?

It’s all very well having a stylish interior, but if the inside can’t follow suit then it all falls apart. Fortunately, that’s not the case with the 3008, as it’s got a cabin which is just as striking as the exterior. You’ve got plenty of good materials, too, while we like the shortcut toggle switches which help you to navigate the car’s menu more easily. As on other Peugeot models the 3008’s steering wheel is very dinky in size - it’s part of the firm’s I-Cockpit setup - and does take some getting used to. However, your seating position is nice and raised to give you a good view of the road ahead.

What’s the spec like?

All versions of the 3008 come with plenty of equipment as standard, including that previously mentioned i-Cockpit setup, an eight-inch infotainment display and both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring. Allure-specification cars gain a larger 10-inch infotainment display, as well as automatic headlights, 18-inch alloy wheels and tinted windows for a more undercover look. Raise through the ranks and you’ll find luxuries like blue LED interior lighting and adaptive cruise control added - though standard models will no doubt have enough equipment for most drivers.

Verdict

If there’s one thing the 3008 brings to the table it’s flair. It feels as though it’s a car that the segment really needs, simply because of its style and character. It’s also well made both inside and out, with some clever and intuitive technology on board.

Thankfully, it’s good to drive too while plug-in hybrid models will be a great option for owners looking to drive down their fuel costs.

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