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 and occasionally awkward details.
But whichever way you cut it, the new 3008 is a massive improvement over the awkward, bulbous MPV style of the last one. This is a very graphic design – it works better in light, bright colours to contrast with the chrome and black clad (so don’t go ordering the dull khaki green of our car) – but it’s when you step inside that things get really interesting…
Peugeot 3008 review: Step inside the i-cockpit
As part of the morph from awkward MPV to modern crossover, the 3008’s gained a new interior – which Peugeot calls i-cockpit. If you can get over the fact that car marketing departments seem desperate to jump onto the bandwagon of anything modern and remotely techy, it could actually be the reason to buy a 3008.
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