How much bigger is the 3008 to the 2008?
The Peugeot 3008 is 147mm longer, 70mm wider, 74mm taller and with 59mm higher ground clearance than the 2008. So if you’re after a zippy SUV and enjoy the smaller size, go the 2008. If you need a bit more space and what a little bit more oomph, try the 3008.
How big is the boot on a Peugeot 3008?
At 520 litres, the Peugeot 3008 has the Nissan Qashqai (504 litres) beaten when it comes to luggage space and even manages to edge the spacious SEAT Ateca by 10 litres for total load volume. Drop the rear seats using the levers in the boot and the boot grows to an impressive 1,482 litres.
How wide is a 3008?
The Peugeot 3008 is just over 4.4m long and 1.8m wide, which is about average for the class – while a kerbweight of around 1,300kg is competitive.
Do you sit high in Peugeot 2008?
Driving position and dashboard Like most small SUVs, the Peugeot 2008 isn’t that much taller than a regular hatchback. However, the seats are mounted quite high up in the car, so you do get a genuine SUV experience. You certainly sit further from the road than you do in a Skoda Kamiq.
Does Peugeot 2008 have air conditioning?
The air conditioning system is designed to operate effectively in all seasons, with the windows closed. It is used to: lower the temperature in summer, increase the effectiveness of the demisting in winter, above 3°C.
Which Peugeot has biggest boot?
Peugeot 3008 With its SUV design and smart interiors, the Peugeot 3008 is a good family car with big boot capacity. In fact, this expands to 1,670 litres with the seats folded.
Do Peugeot 3008 hold their value?
Peugeot 3008 But it’s the quality of the build that has helped it beat depreciation and retain approximately 55% of its value after 3 years.
Is the Peugeot 3008 a 4×4?
Four-wheel drive isn’t available on the majority of 3008 models. Peugeot has developed its Grip Control system that can do most of the things 4WD can do, aside from the most extreme off-roading.
Is the Peugeot 2008 4WD?
Unlike some other small SUVs, the Peugeot 2008 Mk1 was an exclusively front-wheel-drive car, though higher-spec models were available with a Grip Control system that helped improve traction on low-grip surfaces.