Peugeot's new Expert offers a compelling alternative to established medium-van players, thanks to its car-like drive and class-leading tech suite.
Sharply tailored and a little bit different from the rest of the medium-SUV herd, Peugeot’s 3008 Active provides an intriguing alternative to its less vibrant opposition.
I have a fondness for French cars. There, I’ve said it. My infatuation probably stems from the Citroen 2CV my mum owned back in the late 1960s. Yes, it was slow. No, it wasn’t comfortable and yes, it ended its all too short life on its side (with me inside). But I loved that car. I loved its quirky styling, it’s pale blue paint, and the black canvas roof that folded back like an old sardine tin...
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?
The hot-hatch market is more crowded than ever. Where does the 308 GTi fit among a gamut of fun, fast, affordable rivals?
The thought of buying a big sedan just got a lot more attractive.
The top-spec Peugeot 308 offers an upmarket look and feel with a dash of French flair.
Peugeot's send-off to the current-generation 208 GTi brings beefier looks and added performance for $4000. Is it worth it?
The Peugeot 208 is one of the oft-forgotten contenders in the premium light-car space, but don’t let that turn you away from what remains a chic little offering.
The 2018 Peugeot 308 Touring presents as an attractive and viable alternative to a flood of SUVs on the roads.
As we bid farewell to our long-term Peugeot 3008 we can't help but think it's arguably the best Peugeot ever made. It also happens to be one of the best cars in its class.