Pricing for Peugeot's new 3008 crossover will start at £15,995 when it goes on sale in November. The 3008 combines SUV, MPV and family hatchback qualities in one car and will be available in three trim levels: Active, Sport and Exclusive.
Standard kit on Active models includes 17-inch steel wheels with Michelin energy saver tires, electric windows, air conditioning, ESP and a leather steering wheel.
Extra features on Sport models include body-colored bumpers, 17-inch alloy wheels and cruise control.
Exclusive models get a panoramic glass roof, chrome bumpers, and automatic headlights and wipers as standard. Six powertrains are offered across the range, including two petrol and three diesel engines.
The 1.6 VTi 120 will be mated to a five-speed manual, while the 1.6 THP 150, HDi 110 FAP and HDi 150 FAP all get a six-speed manual gearbox.
The HDi 163 FAP gets the six-speed auto 'box, while the HDi 110 FAP EGC is mated to Peugeot's electronically controlled 'box, which allows the driver to manually change gear without using the clutch. The 3008 with the lowest CO2 emissions is the HDi 110 FAP EGC, which emits 130g/km while returning 57.7mpg.
There were plenty of options for customers when it came to the interior and exterior of their Peugeot 3008. They can take their pick from eight paint colors for the exterior, and two options for standard interior trims.
Space is abundant in the interiors of the Peugeot 3008. Comfort is always a companion to spaciousness, but Peugeot adds in safety to that mix.
Six airbags are standard features to the 3008 series, while the seat belts are equipped to minimize the force of impact to the driver’s body. The Euro NCAP recognized Peugeot’s efforts towards making the 3008 the safest vehicle of its class, giving it five stars.