The new Peugeot 3008 takes a radical departure from the car that came before it. Where the old one looked ungainly and frumpy, its replacement is one of the sharpest family crossovers on the market. So the looks are sure to catch the eye, but how does it drive? Is it good enough to tempt buyers away from rivals like the Nissan Qashqai or the SEAT Ateca? Find out as I put it to the carwow test in my full in-depth review.

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    • Terry C
      Terry C

      Why do most reviewer's fail to tell us if those sun roofs open or do not open?

      about 1 day ago
    • Le Juventino
      Le Juventino

      The manual version of this car is perfect✌️

      about 8 days ago
    • Carlos Rafael
      Carlos Rafael

      The most practical car ever produced. Well done to Peugeot designer team.

      about 11 days ago
    • 121bham

      No standard satnav in 2019!!!

      about 15 days ago
    • Allan Saunders
      Allan Saunders


      about 19 days ago
    • Chris Mod
      Chris Mod

      In Greece it starts from 26.000 euros and the 8 inch screen doesn’t come as standard...

      about 19 days ago
    • Peter Cavellini
      Peter Cavellini

      It’s an image car...😎

      about 19 days ago
    • Peter Cavellini
      Peter Cavellini

      Re view out rear Window, why not replace the rear view Mirror with a Camera?, I’ve seen it done on another Car where you can switch between normal Mirror and Camera....👀

      about 19 days ago
    • James Ure
      James Ure

      I really enjoy your extensive coverage via your reviews, and your sense of humour, which eleviates any boring bits that may creep into the review.
      Can you please advise me if the 3008.would be a suitable car for both my wife and i, whom are pensioners in out late 70s.
      I would like to continue driving an SUV.type car, as it's obviously easier for us to enter and exit this type of vehicle.And as im about to change my car this year, i just want to make sure this car would be a suitable fit for me.
      It certainly looks quite a classy car to me, but every little bit of advice would be of great help to me, in respect to making a right and final decision.
      Thank you in advance.👍

      about 21 day ago
    • Cupra28

      Cars like this need a true family review ie 2 isofix child seats at the back and can adult still sit in the middle of the seats? Life with 3 isofix seats I have yet to see a pratical test for a family car of 5 seats. A family car owner does not care about plastic quality or how many water bottles you can get in a door bin what alloys it has and what it is styled after. All they want to know is has it got 3 isofix points. Will it fit 3 childrens child seats and 2 adults. Is it petrol and and has gor more than 100bhp. What is tech level plus Is the room in the boot for a buggy nappie bag ruck sack pick nic box ect. So please can you re do this review in the true life of a family with 3 children? Plus include other cars which claim to have 3 isofix points and Show us which one is best.

      about 23 days ago
    • NameNaameNameeNaamee

      The double floor which fits the shelf is a nice Nissan Qashqai knock off. It did this for ages, and better.

      about 24 days ago
    • mark jeffers
      mark jeffers

      Would love a drive in one want an SUV soon looked at ateca, CX5, kuga etc still favour a tiguan...... Not sure how reliable the 3008 would be or holding its value etc..... Please help me lol

      about 24 days ago
    • SoCohamp00

      Trash car mate quit trying to sell us garbage

      about 25 days ago
    • HIvanH91

      Looks lovely but still a Peugeot and too many electronics to go wrong. Had 2 Peugeots before and both times the electronic went. The French just can't do electronics.

      about 1 month ago
    • barack brahms
      barack brahms In reply to HIvanH91

      It was maybe true in the 90's...Nowdays, everybody buys the electronics from the same providers.

      about 27 days ago
    • Karen Beardow
      Karen Beardow

      Not long to 2M views.!

      about 1 month ago
    • Obsidian Fury
      Obsidian Fury

      Is peugeout 3008 or jeep compass better?

      about 1 month ago
    • adam me
      adam me In reply to Obsidian Fury

      Comparing apples to oranges? If you don't need real 4x4 then 3008 is better

      about 27 days ago
    • Hooman Hoomani
      Hooman Hoomani


      about 1 month ago
    • Pankaj Singh
      Pankaj Singh

      I think Peugeot is making one of the best interior designs.

      about 1 month ago
    • ScrippyZxLive

      The sun roof is the real reason I love this car

      about 1 month ago
    • renard argente
      renard argente

      Yes, the interior is fabulous BUT, the front is a mish-mash of finishes - especially the blinged grille - and, it needs a more powerful engine (min 1.6 litre) to cope with 4 adults & a boot-load of kit to be able to overtake folks on walking frames & mums pushing prams.

      By the way Mat, how big is the boot?

      about 1 month ago
    • Luffy Duy
      Luffy Duy

      The review didn’t include night driving. At night the i-cockpit will reflex at the driver’s side window, creating a huge blind spot.

      about 1 month ago
    • Petr Stuchlý
      Petr Stuchlý

      Do you think maybe the fact that so many of these french cars have the fuse box in the glove box on the British models is a sneaky way to get back at the Brits? Like the French don't really care enough about you to move the fuse box over? 🤣🤣🤣

      To me that's really shitty though and I am neither french nor British. I mean how difficult is it to move the freaking fuse box over if the alternative is that it takes up half the glove box in a car? I wonder how much money they save on skimping out on this. Probably not much.

      about 1 month ago
    • mark jeffers
      mark jeffers

      Have always been put of pugeout and renault heard they are very unreliable is that not the case these days anyone got advice looking an suv have drove ateca, kuga, CX5, thought ateca was the best i drove so far

      about 1 month ago
    • Tuney Muir
      Tuney Muir

      Got my new 19 plate 3008 gt line in blood it..awesome

      about 1 month ago
    • Billy Watt
      Billy Watt

      Looks a great car. Only problem for me is the touch screen climate control. Currently my car ( Nissan Qashqai) I can turn the heater on or off by just pushing a button, barely needing to take my eyes off the road. I would like to see a reviewer performing this function while driving during a review. Other than that it looks a great car.

      about 1 month ago
    • Joshua Morgan
      Joshua Morgan

      I mean come on really, a DS7 has massage, lighting under doors, all the stuff with Peugeot 3008 with more, my father had the ds7 crossback rivoli edition and it’s better than 3008, and u say shortlist ds7 and buy a 3008. Your really underestimating the DS brand

      about 2 months ago
    • boho sana
      boho sana


      about 2 months ago
    • Ellis S
      Ellis S

      Why would anyone get the 1.2? I thought one of the reasons people got SUVs was for torque and towing, desiel better

      about 2 months ago
    • James Ure
      James Ure In reply to Ellis S

      Desiel cars are fine if you are a high milage driver, i had to change my car to a petrol engine.
      As the salesman sold me a desiel engine car, which wasn't suitable to my needs.As i only do very low milage with my cars.
      My car broke down twice, and i had to request the RAC.breakdown service to come out and rescue my wife and i, especially as were pensioners.
      But the main reason that im explaining my problem is, that if drivers don't do a fair bit of milage, ithink they should avoid buying a desiel engine car.
      Ps.Adding to my breakdown problem, i had to have a new turbo replaced on a relatively new car. Because it required to be driven a lot more miles than i could manage to do.

      about 21 day ago
    • Amjad Khaan
      Amjad Khaan

      Ur a hot guy x

      about 2 months ago
    • Ng Xiang Yu
      Ng Xiang Yu

      Resale value,spare parts and services hold this car back in my country and stuck with hapanese cars...if not i will buy it

      about 2 months ago