The electrified all-wheel drive version of Peugeot’s popular SUV emits just 29g/km of CO2 on the WLTP cycle.
Peugeot’s best-selling SUV can apparently tackle some pretty rough terrain even without AWD.
Sure, the two do share many design elements, but we should have known better than to confuse them.
The Peugeot 3008 crossover was spotted driving in Detroit, raising more than a few questions.
Peugeot initially targeted 2026 for their return, but now plan to commence sales in North America in three to four years.
Peugeot’s dashing SUVs would probably attract a good number of customers, but passenger cars are a tougher sell.
The revamped 3008 will introduce a redesigned bodywork to go with the 296hp plug-in hybrid option.
The plug-in hybrid system makes 300 PS and enables an all-electric driving range of 50 kilometers.
The all-wheel-drive Hybrid4 powertrain can only be had with the 3008 .
Doug DeMuro got his hands on a 3008 brought over from Mexico, and he was pleasantly surprised.
The 3008 won the European COTY award – we test it to find out if it deserves it.
AutoTrader compiled an interesting list, though we admit the winner is a huge surprise.