Peugeot is updating the mid-sized 3008 SUV for the 2021 model year. The second-generation (P84) French SUV was launched in 2017, and the update represents the first significant change in the model’s lifecycle.
The 2021 Peugeot 3008 features a revised front end with a new grille and vertical running lamp signature, updated LED tail lights with animated indicators, and a range of new colour and trim options.
Style is at the forefront of the update with the model’s identity now featured on the leading edge of the bonnet, above the familiar Peugeot lion motif.
Seven colours are available across the range, with Celebes Blue and Vertigo Blue joining the palette.
As on the current model, the GT-pack cars will receive unique styling components, including 19-inch “San Francisco” alloy wheels. An optional black trim pack will also be available, which includes unique 19-inch “Washington” style wheels.
Inside, the i-Cockpit instrument cluster has been updated to a 12.3-inch fully digital display, and the central touch screen is now a 10-inch unit, supported by a row of ‘shortcut’ buttons to access key functions.
Technology is further bolstered by night-vision pedestrian and animal detection that can ‘see’ up to 250 metres beyond the range of the high-beam headlamps.
Adaptive cruise control, AEB, lane position assist and traffic sign recognition are also included.
|Peugeot 3008 Petrol||1.2-litre 3-cyl turbo petrol||96kW / 230Nm||6-speed manual||FWD|
|1.2-litre 3-cyl turbo petrol||96kW / 230Nm||8-speed automatic||FWD|
|1.6-litre 4-cyl turbo petrol||133kW / 250Nm||8-speed automatic||FWD|
|Peugeot 3008 Diesel||1.4-litre 4-cyl turbo diesel||95kW / 300Nm||6-speed manual||FWD|
|1.4-litre 4-cyl turbo diesel||95kW / 300Nm||8-speed automatic||FWD|
|Peugeot 3008 Hybrid||1.6-litre 4-cyl turbo petrol + electric motor||Combined - 165kW / 320Nm||8-speed automatic||FWD|
|1.6-litre 4-cyl turbo petrol + twin electric motors||Combined - 224kW / 520Nm||8-speed automatic||AWD|
Global 3008 models are offered with a choice of three- and four-cylinder turbocharged petrol and a 1.5-litre turbocharged diesel engine, plus two hybrid petrol-electric options.
The range-topping AWD Hybrid4 300 e-Eat8 (yes, really) features a 147kW 1.6-litre petrol engine, paired with an 81kW electric motor on the gearbox and another 83kW motor on the rear axle for a combined output of 224kW and 520Nm. There is a 13.2kW battery which supports a WLTP-claimed range of 59km in electric mode.
When will the new 2021 Peugeot 3008 come to Australia?
A spokesperson from Peugeot Australia has told Caradvice that the Australian MY21 Peugeot 3008 lineup will continue with the petrol/diesel options as per the current range when the new models arrive in Q1 2021. The PHEV variants of the 3008 will follow in Q2.
Local specification and pricing for the MY21 Peugeot 3008 is not yet known.
Current MY2020 pricing and range details are below.
|Peugeot 3008||GT||2.0L turbo diesel||133kW / 400Nm||$54,990|
|GT-Line||1.6L turbo petrol||121kW / 240Nm||$47,990|
|Allure||1.6L turbo petrol||121kW / 240Nm||$43,990|
|Peugeot 5008||GT||2.0L turbo diesel||133kW / 400Nm||$58,990|
|GT-Line||1.6L turbo petrol||121kW / 240Nm||$51,990|