Peugeot has unveiled the revised version of its popular 3008 crossover, which features an even bolder look and more interior tech.
More than 800,000 versions of the current-generation 3008 have been produced since 2016, with its striking design and high-quality interior appealing to many, and also helping it to scoop the overall award of Car of the Year in 2017.
And now it’s been updated – taking cues from Peugeot’s latest cars – such as the new 208 and 2008. It benefits from new LED ‘claw’ daytime running lights, along with a larger and more intricate frameless front grille. Meanwhile at the rear it’s available with full LED rear lights and scrolling indicators, along with new colour options and a black styling kit.
In the cabin Peugeot has updated its i-Cockpit system, with a new digital instrument cluster being fitted along with a larger 10-inch touchscreen – up from eight inches.
It’s a broadly similar powertrain choice as before, with buyers able to choose from petrol, diesel and hybrid options. There is also a second more affordable plug-in hybrid option to choose from as well, which is down on power (though still produces 222bhp) and comes with front-wheel-drive. Previously the 3008 was only offered with a four-wheel-drive 296bhp Hybrid4 option.
A revised trim selection also allows buyers to choose from more personalisation packages, rather than choosing a new trim level.
The updated Peugeot 3008 is set to reach showrooms at the end of 2020, likely with a small price increase over the outgoing car’s £26,905 starting figure.Enquire on a new Peugeot 3008