The 2021 Peugeot 2008 is an urban crossover - essentially a mini SUV that is similar in concept to the Nissan Juke. On the outside, it looks a little like its brother the 208 but on a larger scale and with a bit of an SUV feel to it, and uses a pretty much identical range of engines. It's longer, wider and taller than the 208 but is still lightweight, and has more ground clearance too. The headlights and grille will be recognisable from the Peugeot 208, and while it may look like a 4x4 from the outside, all models in the 2008 range are front wheel drive only.
There are three trim levels available, starting with the entry level Active and the Allure, before the top of the range GT Line models. Working up the scale, each model offers significantly greater functionality and a wider range of features than the next model down - and with an extended price tag to match. Inside, it's designed to be more spacious than the 208 on which it is based: all seats, including those in the rear, have enough head and leg room to be suitable for tall adults. The boot is spacious, and offers a low loading lip, which is perfect for those struggling to manoeuvre heavy bags.
Outside, the new 2008 is for sale in eight different colour options, which include metallic and pearlescent paints: Orange Fusion, Onyx Black, Cumulus Grey, Nimbus Grey, Pearlescent White, Vertigo bLue and Elixir Red. All models feature colour coded door mirrors and door handles, with additional personalisation options such as the Diamond Black contrast roof colour on higher spec models and varying levels of alloy wheel upgrades also available.
All models come with a range of safety features as standard, such as six airbags, anti-lock braking and Peugeot's Electronic Stability System. On the outside, roof bars and LED daytime running lights are standard on all models, while the interior features cruise control, driver seat adjustment, electric front windows and remote controlled central locking.
With the new Peugeot 2008, there are three engine options available - the 1.2 petrol and 1.5 HDi diesel plus the all new e-2008 electric model. All included include Stop & Start technology for greater fuel efficiency, and there is the EAT8 the name given to the 8 speed automatic gearbox available on the petrol, plus the e-2008 is automatic as standard as the electric car has no gears.
Prices for the new Peugeot 2008 range vary from £20k for the 1.2 petrol manual in the base trim to well over £35k depending on the model - but there are plenty of optional extras available that can push this price tag up even higher, though higer list prices dont always translate into higher monthly leasing prices . You can see every different variant in the line up listed for you above, just click on the model you're interested in to see our best 2008 lease deals.
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