Test drive: Peugeot 5008 has both style and space for all the family
It’s a shame there’s no plug-in hybrid version of this family-friendly SUV, but the diesel and petrol models have plenty to recommend them
The Peugeot 5008 used to be a people carrier in function and design, offering up to seven seats for families who needed the space and versatility. Then the car-buying world went SUV crazy, and for its second generation, the 5008 was reinvented in that mould, with a rugged appearance and a higher-set seating position.
Thankfully, Peugeot didn’t ditch the vehicle’s practicality in the transformation, and now there’s a revised model to keep it fresh in buyers’ minds....
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