The 2008 has received a little nip and tuck for 2018, but can the Peugeot make an impression in the fast-growing compact-SUV segment?
Finally, a decent powertrain to join the Peugeot 2008's already excellent dynamics and interior packaging.
The 2017 Peugeot 2008 has been updated with new tech, a new look and – most importantly – a new drivetrain.
Peugeot's 2008 presents itself as a capable and fun city car. Despite the options sticker pack making our test model a little ugly, there's a lot to like about this affordable French runaround.
Call our original small SUV comparison test the elimination round. Earlier this year when we tested this new breed of fully loaded, sub-$30,000 sub-compact ‘softroaders’, the competition was fresh but clearly green (read the full comparison here). Six months on, and the class has shifted up several gears...
After four months with a little French SUV, how do we rate our experience?
Currently in the market for a Small SUV of my own and having seen a lot of the Peugeot 2008 around the CarAdvice office, I took the opportunity to grab the Peugeot for the Easter long weekend. It wasn’t a car originally on the consideration set and even though a European brand was preferable, Peugeot wasn’t one that immediately came to mind...
Can you live with a small French SUV?
Buyers and manufacturers are obsessed with all things SUV at the moment, with soaring sales leading to massive expansions plans of high-riding hatchbacks and wagons with tough styling. So it comes as no surprise, then, that a new ultra-small SUV market has emerged beneath the RAV4 and CX-5 compact class...
There's drivetrain imperfections across the range, but this baby SUV counters with many positives.