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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

2020 Peugeot 308 GT Line review

France's take on the hatchback formula is sleek and stylish. But is it enough to conquer buyers from other brands?

2021 Peugeot 2008 review

Fashionably late, Peugeot has just arrived at the small-SUV jamboree. How's its get-up?

2020 Peugeot 5008 GT-Line review

Ahead of an updated 5008 coming in early 2021, we find out if it’s worth striking a deal on Peugeot’s seven-seater SUV.

2020 Peugeot 3008 GT-Line review

A facelift may be coming in early 2021, but Peugeot’s 3008 already sets the interior benchmark for mid-sized mainstream SUVs.

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Peugeot Videos

2020 Peugeot 508 GT v Mazda 6 Atenza comparison: wagon showdown

Peugeot's back in the big-car game with its striking new 508 GT. But can the wagon variant beat one of the best load-luggers in the mainstream segment: the Mazda6 Atenza?

2020 Peugeot 508 review | Large family car test

I’m not sure whether we will ever get Australians to start buying sedans and wagons again, as opposed to rushing blindly into the SUV fold. It could be too far gone, or maybe the tide will turn again at some point in the future. But, as Trent Nikolic wrote earlier in the full review, if any sedan is poised to change the game, this one is up at the head of an impressive segment...

2019 Small Car Comparison

It's time. We've put the 10 most popular small cars together, priced between $30,000 and $40,000, to see which are most deserving of your attention.

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...

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Peugeot Comparisons

Old v new: 1970 Peugeot 504 Cabriolet v 2020 Peugeot 508 Fastback

Peugeot, and French cars in general for that matter, has always been synonymous with chic design. It's also fair to say that either one of the two big French brands has also gone through more trying times in terms of design. However, when looking at it from a whole-of-life perspective, both brands have some automotive solid gold in their back catalogues...

2020 Peugeot 508 GT v Skoda Superb 162TSI comparison

This pair offers European style and sensibility by the bootload, but very different designs make for curious competitors.

2019 Toyota HiAce v Peugeot Expert comparison

2019 was a big year for the Australian mid-sized van market. The first all-new version of the top-selling Toyota HiAce in 14 years arrived, and through the sheer weight of its popularity had the biggest impact on the state of play. It moved away from its former ‘forward control’ layout, which put occupants ahead of the engine and front subframe, to a more typical bonneted design that pushes the engine forward and adds more crash space for occupants...

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Peugeot News

VFACTS 2020: Headline models from Peugeot and Renault have big wins

2020 will always be known as a year like no other – and Australia's new-car sales results are in to back that up. The last two months of the year showed signs of recovery, but for many brands supply remains an issue. To the end of the 2020 calendar 916,968 new cars were reported as sold – down by 13.7 per cent compared to the prior year...

Peugeot to offer high-performance versions of every model – report

Peugeot's future model line-up could be in line for a high-performance hit, with news out of Europe indicating all future models from the French brand will receive a performance variant. Speaking with British magazine Auto Express, Peugeot CEO Jean-Phillipe Imparato confirmed a raft of high-performance Peugeots are on track to in the coming years...

Stellantis: Merger of Fiat-Chrysler and Peugeot groups – UPDATE

UPDATE, 19 January 2021: It's done! Six months after Stellantis was announced as the name of the merger between Fiat Chrysler Group (FCA) and the Peugeot Group (PSA), the new entity has launched. The merger makes Stellantis one of the largest car companies in the world, with combined annual sales of around 8.1 million vehicles...

2021 Peugeot new cars

Peugeot looks to be avoiding the headwinds of 2020. It sold a similar number of cars as it did the year before, down less than three per cent – in a market that has receded over 10 per cent on average. In 2020, the brand launched its all-new 2008 small SUV (pictured above), and refreshed its 308 small car range...

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Peugeot Owner Reviews

2001 Peugeot 406 SV review

The Peugeot 406 Coupe is undeniably one of the most attractive coupes ever designed. It's little wonder when the company who penned the design has also designed some of the best looking cars for Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, Lancia, and Maserati to name a few...

1974 Peugeot 504 TI review

Fellow reader Thom recently shared his experiences of his Trak Yellow Peugeot 504. I was immediately inspired to do a review of my own, but it couldn't be a slavish repeat of everything he wrote so accurately and beautifully about the car. It had to come from another angle. I'll park two wheels in the gravel and quickly describe the photo before getting focused again on the review...

1975 Peugeot 504 GL review

Where do I start? I've to-and-fro'd long and hard about whether or not to write this review. After all, how is it possible to remain unbiased and subjective on something that you hold so dearly? So where do I start? The beginning, I guess… The year was 2011, and I was still in high school...

2001 Peugeot 406 Coupe review

My sixth and final Peugeot came in the form of the Italian designed and assembled 406 Coupe. At the age of 25 and struggling to find the dollars to purchase one new (at the time costing around $76,000 plus options and on-roads in 2001), I settled for a 2-year-old Galileo Green metallic with an auto transmission...

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