Peugeot ups the crossover stakes with new 2008
The French carmaker is reaping the fruits of a design renaissance
Even though it was quite the sales success, Peugeot’s first 2008 compact crossover, which evolved from the 208 hatchback, wasn’t exactly something to set pulses racing. It was effectively a hatchback that had been pulled and stretched into crossover-like proportions, but to be fair, it got the job done.
Skip forward to the present day and the French brand is in the midst of serious design renaissance. This 2008 is entirely new from...
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