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New 2021 Peugeot 3008 revealed: price, specs and release date

10 December 2020


New grille design - Revised headlights - Upgraded interior tech - Extra safety features - Should cost from £30,000 - On sale in late 2020

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The Peugeot 3008 was already one of the most eye-catching SUVs around, but Peugeot’s made a few changes for 2021 making it even more fabulous than before

The old Peugeot 3008 had a fairly conventional front grille, but this new car gets a sweeping array of square chrome trim that stretches from one headlight to the other. There’s also a pair of new vertical daytime running lights – just like the ones on the new Peugeot 2008 – and a new front bumper with revised black inserts and a shiny chrome bar instead of the old car’s contrasting silver trim.

The New 3008 comes with some new alloy wheel designs, the brake lights get the same claw-effect design as in the old car, albeit with new full-LED technology, and you’ll spot a set of familiar exhaust trims on GT models.

The outgoing Peugeot 3008 had one of the most interesting-looking interiors of any SUV, and thankfully the same holds true for this new model. You get the 12.3-inch digital driver’s display as before, but Peugeot’s upped the size of the central touchscreen from eight to 10 inches in all but entry-level Active models.

The swoopy dashboard with polished metal piano-style switches has been carried over unchanged, along with the small low-slung steering wheel. You can choose from a range of new interior trims for the latest car, including red Nappa leather or black suede-like Alcantara for the seats, and lime-wood inserts with chrome details for the doors in GT models.

Peugeot hasn’t drastically changed the 3008’s engine lineup so you’ll be able to get the new car with two petrol engines, one diesel engine or as one of two plug-in hybrid models.

The petrol engines on offer are a 130hp 1.2-litre three-cylinder engine and a 180hp 1.6-litre four-cylinder engine. The former can be had with a six-speed manual gearbox or an eight-speed automatic. The 180hp versions get an automatic ‘box as standard.

The diesel option is a 130hp 1.5-litre four-cylinder engine – the new 3008 won’t be available with the old car’s 180hp 2.0-litre diesel engine.

As in the outgoing model, there are two plug-in hybrids to choose from – a 225hp front-wheel-drive model and a more powerful 300hp four-wheel-drive car. The latter uses an extra electric motor under the boot floor to power the rear wheels. Both come with a 13.2kWh battery and can drive for around 35 miles in pure electric mode.

Charging both using a three-pin socket will take around seven hours, but you can pay extra to fit the car with an upgraded 7.4kW charging system that’s compatible with 7.4kW wall boxes. This lets you completely charge the 3008 in around 75 minutes.

Peugeot has fitted the new 3008 with an optional night-vision system. This uses an infrared camera to help detect pedestrians, cyclists and large animals at night and display this video on the digital driver’s display.

Cars fitted with an automatic gearbox can also be specced with a new adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go functionality. This means the car can maintain a safe distance from traffic ahead, even in heavy traffic. There’s also a lane-positioning assistant that’ll steer to help keep you in the centre of your lane on motorways.