I’ve been a huge fan of the 3008’s styling for a while now. The front is quite aggressive and when matched with a good color scheme, there is no denying that it’s a great looking vehicle, that comes loaded with a bunch of
The styling is really unique. There are few cars like it on the road and there is nothing dull about how this 3008 appears. From the aggressive front to the
The interior is a very nice place to be. The upmarket materials and design cues will leave you in awe when you get into the cabin. The seats, which are heated and features a driver electric with massage option is pretty impressive because the
The dash features Peugeots I-cockpit setup where you can
customise your outlay between a few different variants, from a navigation map,
to general dials and something way more minimal, like just the speed for
instance. One thing to note while
driving is how quiet the NVH noise is. There is minimal road, engine or wind
noise. This is a very quiet car.
The 3008 GT line is powered by a 121kw 1.6 Turbo mated to a 6 speed automatic and at times can feel a little underpowered. It does duty just fine as a daily driver and loves the city. When venturing out into the country you need to remember that gravel roads aren’t really suited to 19” wheels, but it handled it without any hiccups. Our overall consumption ended up just over 8l/100km which is impressive for any turbo petrol in this segment.
On the safety front, there were an array of devices doing its utmost
The Peugeot 3008 Gt Line is a brilliant car in very competitive segment that has a lot of brands fighting to be the number 1. As an overall package, the only thing I really can fault it on is the way the engine delivers its power and I feel that a diesel (which has just been introduced) might be a better choice as a daily.
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