Price £15,345 - £20,395
A recent facelift has freshened up the 308's looks, while new eco-friendly engines make it a more attractive prospect. To improve economy further, around 25kg has been slashed from the kerbweight of each model and some cars feature the latest generation of low-rolling resistance tyres. There's plenty of safety equipment, and its high-class interior makes it feel like a more expensive car. The diesel engines are powerful and at speed the Peugeot is comfortable and quiet, so it's a great motorway companion. Despite the revisions, though, it can't live with the VW Golf and Ford Focus.
Price £16,245 - £22,345
Like the hatchback on which it's based, the 308 SW has a classy cabin, but this car's trump card is its huge amount of space inside. The 308 SW is also available with a seven-seat layout, thanks to an extra pair of seats in the back, which makes it attractive if you have a large family.
Price £22,445 - £27,695
The convertible version of the 308 comes with an electrically operated metal roof, so it offers similar comfort with the roof up, and wind in the hair motoring when the roof is down. However, the 308 CC is heavier than the 308 hatchback thanks to the folding roof system and extra body strengthening, so it's not as economical or as enjoyable to drive. The 308 CC is only offered in higher specification levels, so all cars come with plenty of standard equipment.