Peugeot 2008 SUV 2018 Review | Mat Watson Reviews




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Kanwal Ahmad: ...would you buy avoid it, consider it, shortlist it, or buy it?? ..

mjmaynard95: This Mat guy is a right knob lol

Stevo Atkin: Renault Capture or Peugeot 2008?.
Which is better.

Zordan Marko: I bought 2008 1.6 BlueHDI 5 speed gear, and there is a strange sound coming from the gear when clutch is released and, when you press the clutch sound is no more, until you release the clutch again. In Peugeot are telling me that that's the sound from fifth speed synchron and that's ok by the definition of vehicle. Does anyone have the same problem, any thoughts?

Bush Baby: im 6'4". will i fit in it?🤔

Ioanna Gardouni: Ena aspro tzip me gineka me parakolouthouse

Lisa Marie Dray: What was the outcome, Buy Shortlist?

Steve Coleman: 4,000 Revs per second? really? must be fitted with a jet engine :)

arbimd2: The whole review sounds like just because it's French it's crap .

Hardwyck: Twenty-o-eight, not two thousand and eight.

Mark J Hill: When will you be test driving the new Peugeot Rifter.

Clifton Karl Barbara: I currently own the diesel version of this car for two years now....and I have to say that I loved it till it snowed....as the heating unit froze and could not blow hot air.....then issues with car handling started and still experiencing such issues. There is no decent Peugeot authorised garage in Oxfordshire. Keep needing to track my car twice a year and replace tyres already.......This is my 1st french car and will be my last. The outer design looks mean, the interior look posh (but cannot even put two coffee cups next to each other nor can you get the cup out of the holders while you are on the highest gear) but this car performance lacks balls......WORST CAR I EVER OWNED...Cannot wait to get it replaced but stuck with this crap for now. Ruined my joy of driving and drilled a hole in my pocket!

Terry Hayter: french cars good for first 5 years

kongresi manastirit: 4000 revs per minute Mat!!

Derek Tucker: niceeeeeeeeeeeee

Jack: I like the look of the hand break
Armrests get in the way

Onur Güzel: Lots of material and durability faults like 208.

smartroadbiker: This has to be the worst car I have ever driven. I have had it as a hire car while mine was in the shop and it is terrible. Lets start with a couple of positives, the suspension is amazing, soft and supple with bumps and pot holes but firm enough that you aren't rolling into the next county when you go around a corner. The version I had also has Android Auto (and Apple's version) which is so good it should be mandatory with the all the rules on (not) using your phone while driving but still needing a satnav. And I guess the looks actually aren't to bad.

With that over and in no particular order: I have no idea what engine it has, but I have seen gagged snails that accelerate quicker, and it has no torque so going up a steep hill means you actually loose speed even dropping down gears. The driving position is awful and caused me mild to severe lower back pain on a longer journey. The cup holders are pointless, even if you can get a cup in them it will be hard to get out as the gear stick obstructs it when in 1st, 3rd or 5th. If you mute the radio and are using your phone - via Android Auto - for sat nav, it will display it is muted every time the phone gives out an instruction, dimming the screen so you can't see it clearly until it goes off or you touch the screen. I learnt to turn the volume right down to stop that happening. Every time you connect your phone you end up having to select Android Auto then confirm you want it rather than mirrorlink (what ever that is). The central compartment needs to be a hinged arm rest because with the driving position you'll need it. And the hand brake... I have no idea what the designers were thinking with it but OMG it is so uncomfortable to use. Normal manual handbrakes leave your hand and arm in a natural position, Peugeot shuns that (and comfort) making you have to twist your wrist in order to apply or release it. The volume dials on the radio and steering wheel are really unresponsive. The steering is so light that you have no real idea what the wheels are doing and the slightest input has you careening across the road like a magpie to something shiny. There is no discernable bite point on the clutch so I either start stalling out or have to rev the engine because I brought it up to quickly.

Overall there is so little I can really say is any good with this thing. I drove the new Nissan Micra and while that has an equally weedy engine - like this one it NEEDS a turbo charger, it made up by being surprisingly well built, comfortable and really fun to drive. Yep, I hate the 2008 LOL

Theweescot: What’s the point if it’s only 2 wheel drive! At least make AWD an option!

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