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Peugeot is within the top few large vehicle manufacturers in Europe producing cars since 1895 when its first utility was introduced. Peugeot cars started appearing around the 1920's but it wasn't until the 1950's that Peugeot started to have prominence within the Australian automotive industry. Presently in Australia it has 13 models which include the popular 207, 3008, 308, 508, 4007 & RCZ. More Peugeot models are expected over the next 12 months.

Peugeot Reviews

2018 Peugeot 308 GTi review

The hot-hatch market is more crowded than ever. Where does the 308 GTi fit among a gamut of fun, fast, affordable rivals?

2019 Peugeot 508 Fastback review

The thought of buying a big sedan just got a lot more attractive.

2018 Peugeot 308 Allure review

The top-spec Peugeot 308 offers an upmarket look and feel with a dash of French flair.

2018 Peugeot 208 GTi Édition Définitive review

Peugeot's send-off to the current-generation 208 GTi brings beefier looks and added performance for $4000. Is it worth it?

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Peugeot Videos

2019 Peugeot 508 review: First drive

Who buys a large sedan anymore? In Australia, not many. But, the new Peugeot 508 Fastback is a great option if you simply don’t want an SUV and are after something fun and sporty. Prices are yet to be confirmed, but expect it somewhere between $45-55,000 (a little lower or a little higher is possible). It’s worth cross-shopping with the Volkswagen Arteon...

Peugeot 208 GTI Edition Definitive review

Peugeot's send-off to the current-generation 208 GTi brings musclier looks and added performance for a $4000 premium. Is it worth it?

2018 7-Seat SUV Mega Test

Family haulers face off! Hyundai Santa Fe v Kia Sorento v Mazda CX-8 v Peugeot 5008 v Skoda Kodiaq v Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace. There is now no shortage of respectable 7-seat SUVs on the market for the driver who needs to haul a big family, or the kids and their friends. We've selected a handful of major contenders to see which is worth you spend...

Peugeot 508 Touring in Paris, and soon in Australia

Peugeot's new 508 Touring wagon has debuted in Paris this week, and soon it'll be in Australia. Hallelujah, cry the wagon fiends!

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Peugeot Comparisons

2018 7-Seat SUV Mega Test

People-movers are pretty passé, which explains the continual success of seven-seat crossover SUVs like the group tested here. We’ve assembled what we consider to be six of the best, with the added bonus that all are either new models or at least recently upgraded...

2018 Hot Hatch Mega Test Video, Part 2: Road

Welcome to Part Two of the video feature for our recent 2018 Hot Hatch Mega Test. To recap, we've assembled three all-wheel-drivers and three front-drivers from non-premium marques, with pricing ranging from $43k (i30 N) through to $57,690 (STI Spec R). It's a rich and diverse field with each competitor representing its maker's fastest and most fun-filled efforts...

2018 Hot Hatch Mega Test Video, Part 1: Track

We pit five of the best turbo hot hatches - and one wildcard sedan - against one another to find out which is the fastest and most fun small rocketship for under $60k. In this video we test outright performance and lap times...

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Peugeot News

Peugeot 508 maxed on the autobahn - video

With a trendy, compact new shape and frameless doors, there's no doubt the Peugeot 508 is a stylish customer. But its engine line-up consists only of 1.6-litre engines, which seems like minimal displacement in what should be an effortless flagship for the French brand. Turns out, the range-topping 508 GT can still shift, thanks to 169kW and 300Nm channeled through an eight-speed automatic transmission...

Peugeot confirms electrified performance models from 2020

Peugeot has committed to bringing a range of "electrified sports vehicles", starting from 2020. While it hasn't quite confirmed what form these models will take, the French firm says it will "offer its customers a range of high-performance, low-emission electrified sports vehicles from 2020"...

Peugeot is toying with making e-Legend concept a reality

Peugeot brand CEO, Jean-Philippe Imparato, is either truly a man of the (car) people, or exceptionally good at left-field promotion. Or both. Why? If popular demand gets to a certain level, he says the company will consider taking the gorgeous e-Legend coupe from Paris motor show concept car to a production reality. The team at Autonews...

Peugeot returns to the US with a car-sharing service full of Chevrolets

The PSA Group, owner of the Peugeot, Citroen, DS, Opel and Vauxhall marques, will return to the US through a new car sharing venture, which will begin operations soon in Washington state. The service will be available by the end of October, Brigitte Courtehouxm, executive vice president of mobility and connectivity at PSA Group, told Automotive News at the Paris motor show...

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Peugeot Owner Reviews

2017 Peugeot 2008 Allure review

I should confess at the start of this report that I like Peugeots. At the time of the purchase of the 2008, my car selection was down to a stable of a Peugeot 504 that is on club plates, and a low-kilometre Peugeot 207 we purchased in 2003 after my request to buy a Subaru XV was rejected by SWMBO...

2016 Peugeot 308 Active review

So, a little while ago here I posted a very glowing review of my 2008 Ford Territory TX – my first car. In March this year, though, a family discussion of my needs and the car’s age and resale etc came up, and the decision was made to switch from the trusty but aging Tezza. Ideally, the next car would be a direct replacement – a dog-mobile/tow car with preferably a diesel engine and lower mileage...

2008 Peugeot 308 XSE HDi review

I bought my (what has proven to be) trustworthy 308 amidst all the usual small car options. I surveyed Mazda 3s, the Ford Focus, and the CarAdvice all-rounder Volkswagen Golf. Due to the kilometres I travel, a diesel seemed like the best option. One thing that PSA has always done very well is diesel! I took the ‘risk’ of buying my first car, an ‘unreliable’ French car...

2015 Peugeot 308 Touring Allure review

I have had my 2015 Peugeot 308 Touring wagon for a year-and-a-half now, and really enjoy the car. Originally I was tossing up between a Holden Calais, Subaru Liberty and the 308. I ended up going with the Peugeot because of the nimble handling and supremely light steering. The Calais by comparison was boat like, although I can see the benefit of the larger vehicle on the open Australian country roads...

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Peugeot Galleries

2018 Peugeot 308 GTi review

2019 Peugeot 508 Fastback review

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