Peugeot 3008 Showroom

Peugeot 3008

$50,075 - $84,790* MRLP

Peugeot’s entry into the booming medium SUV segment is the 3008, now in its second generation with contemporary looks, a high-tech interior, and suites of comfort and safety features. While traditional turbo-petrol and diesel engines are most popular, the 3008 can be had as a plug-in hybrid.

Latest Peugeot 3008 ratings breakdown


Safety Technology
Ride Quality
Infotainment & Connectivity
Handling & Dynamics
Energy Efficiency
Driver Technology
Value for Money
Interior Comfort & Packaging
Fit for Purpose

What we love

  • -Premium, well-presented interior
  • -Impressively efficient powertrain
  • -Comfortable and engaging to drive

What we don't

  • -Component shortages strip some specifications
  • -It's quite expensive
  • -Capped-price servicing isn't cheap either
2022 Peugeot 3008 GT Sport review
Review | 29 Aug 2022


Peugeot's top-spec entrant in the wildly popular mid-sized SUV race packs a few good punches. However, it comes at a price that hurts.
2022 Peugeot 3008 PHEV review
Launch Review | 2 Mar 2022


The French carmaker has added a plug-in hybrid variant to its popular 3008 medium SUV range, offering frugal running, but prestige pricing.
2021 Peugeot 3008 Allure review
Review | 17 Jun 2021


In the process of updating its medium SUV, Peugeot has also changed the line-up. What's the new, more expensive entry model like?

2021 Peugeot 3008 GT review
Review | 1 Jun 2021


Does Peugeot's mid-sized SUV justify the $48K asking price? We jump behind the wheel to find out.

Peugeot 3008 Specs:

Variant (1 available)
6 Speed Sports Automatic
Drive Type
Fuel Efficiency
7L / 100km
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2022 Peugeot 3008, 5008 lose more features amid chip shortages
New Models | 23 Jun 2022
Peugeot's two mid-size SUVs will be hit with two more rounds of feature deletions by September, as the semiconductor shortage continues to bite.
2022 Peugeot 3008, 5008 variants lose Focal premium audio amid shortages
New Models | 12 May 2022
High-spec versions of Peugeot’s largest SUVs no longer feature upgraded Focal stereo systems, with buyers compensated with free servicing, or $1000.
Peugeot Australia raises prices by up to $3000
New Models | 20 Jan 2022
Peugeot has hiked prices across all but a few of the cars, SUVs and vans it sells, with increased production costs – and two mild equipment increases – to blame.

2022 Peugeot 3008 price and specs: GT Sport Plug-in Hybrid added from $79,990
New Models | 3 Nov 2021
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2018 Peugeot 3008 Allure review
Owner Review | 29 Mar 2019
Having owned my Peugeot 3008 Allure for over 6 months and 12,000km, I can safely say that I’m still just as much in love with it as I was when I got it. After years of driving different model Ford Focus’ I thought it was time for a change. I looked at many different medium SUVs to compare this to, such as the CR-V, CX-5, Sportage, Tucson and Tiguan but each one of them just seemed to be lacking a certain flair that I wanted in my new car. One look at the interior and I was hooked, and managed to arrange for a one-week test drive which included a trip down to the beautiful Great Ocean Road. This extended test drive sealed the deal for me and I placed my order for the mid-spec Allure model. I did want the GT-Line but at the time the price difference was in my opinion too much to outlay for some LED headlights. It came very well specified with Sat Nav, Dual Zone Climate Control, Keyless Entry, Push Button Start, Apple Car Play & Android Auto, AEB, Lane Keep Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Partial Leather Interior. I also optioned on the automatic tailgate as well which is well worth the $500 they charged. Since buying the car, I’ve had a number of occasions where I’ve been able to utilise the cars excellent internal flexibility. As standard, the Allure model comes with 60/40 split folding rear seats as well as a front passenger seat that folds down flat for longer items. Combine this with the fact that the boot floor is adjustable in height, it makes it very practical. My favourite part of this is that the cargo cover also fits underneath the boot floor which reduces any chances of it being damaged or lost. In terms of engine and transmission, the 1.6L turbo engine really feels much more powerful than it is and easily moves the car without any issues at all. Sport mode improves the throttle response quite quickly and really allows you to hear the turbo whistle when you put your foot down, keeping the engine in the sweet spot. The transmission can get a little confused sometimes, but overall it’s a good combination. Fuel consumption is also quite good, averaging about 8.1 l/100km. What surprised me was how much space this vehicle has inside compared to its outside size. The 3008 is actually 111mm shorter overall than my last Focus hatch was, but it has a longer wheelbase which liberates much greater interior space than the Focus did – seating four adults in comfort. The fact that it’s front wheel drive only doesn’t bother me, I’m sure most of these wouldn’t venture further than the suburban streets anyway. The only real negatives that I can come up with is that the accessories are pricey (a tow bar is $1600) and I can’t adjust the settings for the height of the automatic tailgate which is a hassle in my apartment carpark. Otherwise it’s a car that is really fun to drive around bends, has a flexible drivetrain that encourages you to drive with a bit of fun in mind, and is extremely practical with excellent standard features. I’ve already successfully recommended it to one of my friends and would happily recommend it to anyone else – give it a try before you buy any other SUV, you’ll come away impressed.
2012 Peugeot 3008 Allure 2.0 HDi Review
Owner Review | 10 Aug 2015
We got our ex-dealer 3008 with about 25,000 kms on it. I've added 20,000 kms on it so far. The 3008 shines in its frugal and torquey diesel engine and great ergonomics, especially in terms of the front seats with their excellent side bolstering and under-knee support and the perfectly sized steering wheel with built-in 'blisters' for resting your palms on. The French are particularly good at designing tactile surfaces that are pleasing to hold, comfortable, and easy to reach. The HVAC controls are logically laid out with a fan control dial in the center, and temperature dials for the left and right sides of the cars respectively on either side. I like the fact that it takes only one glance to operate them. Two wands on either side of the steering column provide access to the radio and cruise control functions. While you do not see each button easily, if you read the manual, you can operate the functions by touch. For instance: to activate cruise control, you turn the thumb wheel downwards, then operate the finger pads behind the wand using your pointer and middle fingers to set the cruising speed higher or lower. Upper button sets it higher, lower button sets it lower, which is very logical and intuitive. Compared to a similarly priced VW Tiguan in the Philippine market where I live, you get the following features not available on the Tiguan for the same price: leather seating, a heads-up display, radar-based distance warning control, an adjustable boot floor, a glass sunroof, and 17 inch wheels with 55-series Michelin rubber. My only complaints are that the ride can be a bit jiggly at moderate speeds (30-50kph) and on uneven concrete. There is a bit of suspension noise on my car, and the Tie-Rod ends were replaced under warranty. Front Brake pads were also replaced at 40,000 kms, which is apparently due to the fact that Peugeot uses softer brake pad compounds than other makes to omit the use of Asbestos and to extend brake disc life. I average about 9.7km/l in mixed urban driving (70% urban, 30% highway). An average servicing costs about 6,000 pesos (US$ 150.00)


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