2013 Peugeot 508 Diesel Manual Saloon by Caro • 30th November 2018
1st Peugeot I've ever owned and now had it for 5 years and I could hardly be more pleased. Great car for distance and easy to drive around town. Comfortable and relaxing to drive with a good turn of speed when needed. A cut above the Ford and Vauxhall alternatives and not an obvious taxi synonymous with a sizeable 4 door saloon, with luxuries that are in an executive car. Standard fit folding seats have been a blessing for carrying larger/longer items such as bikes and skis. Been serviced on time and with mpg experienced of 74mpg. Recommended for those who don't follow the herd.
2014 Peugeot 5008 Diesel Manual MPV by Peugeot2018 • 17th July 2018
Purchased this car a few months ago and we are happy that we purchsed this car. The driving experience is good, it goes round conners better than its sister car the Citroen C4 Grand Picasso becuase of slightly firmer suspension, but dont worry that firm suspension dosent make the ride uncomfortable. Not to say its sporty, its nowere near the sporty drive of a Ford S-Max. Beware if your going for a 1.6 HDi Engine if your coing from a 2.0 or 2,2 engine because its takes a bit of getting used to, its noticeable when your overtaking or pulling out of junctions and roundabouts.The seats are comfortable and suportive great if you have a bad back and also its very easy to get in and out which is great for people who would have a disability. Running cost are astonishing compared to our old Toyota Verso, we have been averaging 57.8 Mpg on the motorway it would average 62.5 mpg or even our highest yet of 68,8 Mpg which is amazing for a 7 seater. Tax is £120 Per Year compared to the Toyota £270 Per Year. For a Peugeot there is an air of quailty in the interior of the 5008, its definatley up there with Volkswagen and Audi quality its miles away from Peugeots of old so Build Quality is exceptional. So Far reliability is good no minor or serious problems so far, The 5008 has a good reputation for reliability so there is no need to worry about serious problems. Only one thing, you must Service Every 10,000 Miles and Service History is a must if you are buying a 5008 because if there is little or no service history then walk away because that car could have had a rough life and could cause problems for you. For me i love this car and i highly reccomend it for its space, comfort and running costs. If iam being honest if you want something sporty and fun go for the Ford S-Max. Or A bit of French Flair Renault Grand Scenic or soething with a bit of luxuary go for the Volkswagen Touran. But if you want an MPV with a slice of everything that does everything it needs, then go for the Peugeot 5008 :)
2009 Peugeot 308 cc Petrol Manual Cabriolet by AL • 19th April 2018
First purchased in 2014 with 48,000 on the clock and full service history, however, window motor had to be replaced at 54,000 then timing chain, water pump and tensioner replaced at 58,000 miles, now 89,000 miles and it requires another timing chain. It is quite normal for this engine to consume oil at a rate of 1 litre every 1000 miles, which is unacceptable.
A lovely car let down with it's French Technology! I suggest, stay clear of this model and do not be tempted with it's good looks.
Value for money, economical and well equipped estate car
2007 Peugeot 407 Estate by Kay Pee • 18th October 2016
After nearly 10 years and over 100k miles, the 407 has had little more than routine maintenance. The 1.6 HDi is a modern and economical engine if not the most powerful. Pretty smooth to drive, glides over the potholes easily.
2008 Peugeot 307 Petrol Manual Convertible by Carol • 29th March 2016
When I bought this car it was going like a clock and then the window regulator went in it that coated 150quid and then the clutch and radiator went altogether that costed 750quid and then I the car wasn't starting French stay clear of them cars the cars driving experience was really good and a fast wee car but I would never drive one again
2005 Peugeot 407 Diesel Manual Saloon by Tucker • 24th November 2013
excellent family car for little money. Cheap running costs and easy repairs. Good strong engine and I also like the safety features of the car. It has curtain airbags everywhere. Overall very pleased with such a cheaply priced family saloon.