Peugeot has been around since 1889 and has gone on to become one of the largest French car manufacturers. In the 1970s the company acquired Citroën, with both brands now belonging to the PSA Group. With a range of models to suit every lifestyle and budget, Peugeot is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a practical, affordable car. There’s something for everyone in the Peugeot family. If you’re after a city car then look no further than the nippy 108, which is available as a 3 or 5-door hatchback or the 5-door TOP! cabrio with electric fabric roof. If you need a bit more room then the popular 208 five-door hatchback could well be the answer.
There’s a wide choice of Peugeots designed for the family market. First up there’s the 308 hatchback and 308 SW estate – and if you want to combine practicality with sportiness then take a look at the 308 GTi hatchback. The 508 is Peugeot’s executive saloon which offers comfort, space and a touch of luxury while the 508 SW estate has bags of room in the boot. There’s plenty of choice in SUVs too. At the smaller end of the scale is the compact 2008 crossover followed by the eye-catching 3008 SUV, while the largest SUV in the Peugeot stable is the 5008, which has seven seats as standard.
If you’re looking to transport large groups of passengers in comfort, there’s also a whole host of options in people carriers. The Rifter has flexible seating with room for up to seven people, while the Expert Combi is available in three sizes that can comfortably accommodate up to nine adults. The Peugeot Traveller has up to eight seats and, if you want to travel in a bit more style and luxury, the Traveller Business offers multiple seating configurations from five to nine seats.
Peugeot has been around since 1889 and has gone on to become one of the largest French car manufacturers. In the 1970s the company acquired Citroën, with both brands now belonging to the PSA Group. With a range of model…