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Peugeot 3008 review: A tech-tastic crossover that's sure to Allure
4.0 stars

Peugeot 3008 review: A tech-tastic crossover that's sure to Allure

By Joe Simpson

The first time you see a new Peugeot 3008 on the road, we guarantee you'll look twice. This is not a car you'd call beautiful. But it does nail that modern SUV crossover thing - a complex piece of automotive sculpture which is decked out with interesting... Read more

Stunning Instinct Concept car shows Peugeot's vision of an autonomous driving future

Stunning Instinct Concept car shows Peugeot's vision of an autonomous driving future

By Britta O'Boyle

Mobile World Congress is traditionally the trade show where many technology manufacturers announce their latest smartphones, tablets and wearables so when you introduce a concept car to that atmosphere, needless to say it stands out. Like, really stands... Read more

Peugeot 308 GTi review: Five door with added ooh la la
4.0 stars

Peugeot 308 GTi review: Five door with added ooh la la

By Joe Simpson

Think GTi and Volkswagen springs to mind, right? But as you'll know if you've read our review of the Peugeot 208 GTi, the French car-maker has something to say about its German cousin owning that moniker.And the very Golf-sized Peugeot 308 is now available... Read more

Peugeot 108 review: Putting the Active 1.0 Top! through its paces
3.5 stars

Peugeot 108 review: Putting the Active 1.0 Top! through its paces

By Joe Simpson

Back in 2005 the Peugeot 107 joined the city car sector just at the right time - offering the combination of cheeky looks, super-low insurance costs and the option of 5-doors - before most rivals had cottoned onto the fact this was what buyers wanted.... Read more

Peugeot 308 review (2014)
4.0 stars

Peugeot 308 review (2014)

By Joe Simpson

Peugeot is on a roll. After a decade or two of largely mediocre cars, the company has now given us the sassy 208, the Audi-TT-baiting RCZ, and the surprisingly practical 2008. Can the new Peugeot 308 continue the rejuvenation of The Lion?It might not... Read more

Peugeot 2008 Allure e-HDi 92 review
4.0 stars

Peugeot 2008 Allure e-HDi 92 review

By Joe Simpson

The gene pool of the modern crossover derives from the 4x4, yet few have four-wheel drive. Combine this with fat, lower-profile summer tyres and the average crossover is about as much use off-road (or in the snow) as a chocolate fireguard. Which might... Read more

Peugeot 208 GTI review
4.0 stars

Peugeot 208 GTI review

By Joe Simpson

Once upon a time, when most of the Pocket-lint was still in short trousers, Peugeot made a car called the 205 GTi. It became a legend. Along with the Golf GTi, it created a whole new breed of car – a performance-orientated, fun to drive car that didn’t... Read more

Peugeot 208 Allure e-HDi
4.0 stars

Peugeot 208 Allure e-HDi

By Joe Simpson

Talking to Peugeot’s design chief, Gilles Vidal, makes you acutely aware of the importance of the 208, and it’s need to "re-generate" both Peugeot and, so it’s makers say, the small, B-segment class of car in general. But does it work, and should... Read more

Peugeot Onyx three-wheel Scooter - more than just a concept

Peugeot Onyx three-wheel Scooter - more than just a concept

By Danny Brogan

A hybrid three-wheel Peugeot Onyx Scooter is set to be showcased at the Paris Motor Show 2012, getting the automobile fraternity in a spin.Though the three-wheeler is just a concept at present – that’s to say you can’t buy it anywhere – it is... Read more

Peugeot and Citroën cars to feature TomTom mapping services

Peugeot and Citroën cars to feature TomTom mapping services

By Danny Brogan

Peugeot and Citroën cars’ infotainment systems will feature TomTom maps and traffic services after PSA Peugeot Citroën agreed a deal with the navigation provider. Drivers will have access to maps for more than 30 countries throughout Europe and Latin... Read more

Peugeot 208 pictures and hands-on

Peugeot 208 pictures and hands-on

By Stuart Miles

So, you’re in the market for a small car. You want to stand out a bit and show the world you’ve not given up and gone for the default option. After dismissing the Japanese as too old fashioned, the Fiesta as too try-hard and the Polo too dull, you... Read more

Peugeot EX1 hands-on

Peugeot EX1 hands-on

By Joe Simpson

6am Saturday. Not a time I’m familiar with. Yet here I am, speeding towards Goodwood, as I’ve a date with a rather special car. Three hours later, and it’s clear the car hasn’t read the script. I’m in the passenger seat of Peugeot’s EX1 concept... Read more

Peugeot shows off new coupe concept

Peugeot shows off new coupe concept

By Jonathan Goddard

Peugeot has lifted the conceptual lid on its latest sexy little number - the 308 RC Z. A 2+2 coupé, the stylish design at the front is taken directly from the standard 308 but has been given a sharper and sportier lower panel incorporating the single... Read more

207 special editions launched

207 special editions launched

By Jonathan Goddard

Peugeot has unveiled two new 207 special editions. The m:play, powered by a 1.4-litre petrol engine and available in both three- and five-door body styles and a trio of exterior colours, features air conditioning, sports seats, leather steering wheel,... Read more

Peugeot 407 SW HDi 136 SE
2.0 stars

Peugeot 407 SW HDi 136 SE

By Jonathan Goddard

I used to own a 307. It was without doubt the worst car I have owned and coupled with the experience I have had in testing a multitude of French cars, it convinced me once and for all that our Gallic cousins are as good at making cars as they are at making... Read more

Peugeot 4007 becomes company's first 4x4

Peugeot 4007 becomes company's first 4x4

By Jonathan Goddard

Just when the world seems to be going cold (or should be hot?) on 4x4s, Peugeot has decided to produce its first ever SUV. The 4007 is the result of co-operation between PSA Peugeot-Citroen and Mitsubishi, and it will be on sale sometime next year. Styled... Read more

Peugeot Makes Its Fastest Ever Diesel

Peugeot Makes Its Fastest Ever Diesel

By Jonathan Goddard

Le Mans better watch out – Peugeot’s barn-storming 908 V12 HDi DPFS has arrived. The car, a product of Peugeot’s desore to win the 2007 endurance race with a car powered by an HDi diesel unit equipped with a diesel particulate filter, produces 700bhp... Read more

Peugeot’s 908 RC to be shown at Paris Motor Show

Peugeot’s 908 RC to be shown at Paris Motor Show

By Jonathan Goddard

With the Paris Motor Show around the corner, that means one thing - it’s concept car heaven. Paris, like Geneva, is a posing ground for manufacturers that, like strutting peacocks or preening reality TV "stars", want to show off their latest laboratory-driven... Read more