Peugeot 3008

The Peugeot 3008 is Peugeot's first attempt at a 'crossover' vehicle, and it's a great effort  The big Peugeot mixes the attributes of a people carrier, a family hatchback and a 4x4. That makes it spacious, practical and high riding, so it's many things to many people. The ride is very comfortable, making the Peugeot 3008 a sensible family car purchase.

Peugeot 3008 MPV

£20,045 - £24,295
5 Doors
3.2 / 5
  • Well-built interior
  • Great diesel engines
  • Spacious and practical
  • Low kit levels on entry-level model
  • Feels a bit dated
  • Limited rear visibility

The 3008's striking styling marks a new direction for Peugeot and it certainly looks distinctive. The interior is even more impressive than the exterior, as it's exceptionally well built and very smart, which is a far cry from Peugeots of old. The 3008 is practical and easy to drive, too, while the HDi diesel engines suit it extremely well.

Peugeot 3008 Hybrid 4 MPV

£21,145 - £29,950
5 Doors
2.7 / 5
  • Stylish, upmarket design and well equipped interior
  • Four-wheel drive and smooth automatic gearbox
  • Powerful, fuel-efficient engine
  • Expensive to buy
  • No range-extending 'plug-in' ability
  • Hybrid system batteries eat up boot space

It looks the same as a regular Peugeot 3008 outside, but under the metal, this diesel-electric hybrid version of the car is so radically different to the conventional model that it deserves its own review. It's a four-wheel-drive MPV that promises up to 75mpg fuel economy and CO2 emissions of under 99g/km, making it one of the cleanest, most fuel-efficient people carriers on the market.