New Peugeot 2008 Allure Premium Top Spec - 69 Plate - £15,490 @ Arbury Peugeot
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New Peugeot 2008 Allure Premium Top Spec - 69 Plate - £15,490 @ Arbury Peugeot

£15,490£22,07030%Peugeot.co.uk Deals
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Expires on 28/10/2019Posted 28th Sep
Sat nav, Glass Roof, revering camera 110BHP turbo engine, choice of metallics save £6580 off list, 6.9 percent pcp £249 deposit £249 on PCP or cash. Low spec cheaper option available. From decent main dealer Arbury Bromsgrove
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Allure Premium more or less gets the same kit list of the GT Line model. As such, the seven-inch colour touchscreen infotainment system boasts satellite navigation and voice control functions, while buyers also get Peugeot CONNECT telephone assistance. A reversing camera is also linked up to the system.

Elsewhere, a panoramic glass roof with electric blind is standard fit, alongside cabin ambient lighting, a black, partial leather interior, plus a leather trimmed steering wheel.

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Nice looking car in red but for reliability i'll stick with Jap stuff.
BattleBeast128/09/2019 21:58

Nice looking car in red but for reliability i'll stick with Jap stuff.


Jap was crap for me many years ago this gets excellent reliability reviews


Peugeot hasn’t always had the best reputation for reliability, but the Peugeot 2008 is one of the cars that seems to be putting paid to that. Not only is it well built and classy inside, but it has also performed well in our Driver Power customer satisfaction survey. It doesn’t skimp on safety gear, either.
Looks like a good deal, nice find.
Anyone spot me £15k? I can get 490.
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That's a great price. Nice one OP.
Good find OP... Heat added
Looks like a good deal, nice find.
Anyone spot me £15k? I can get 490.
5 year old one is £5k trade in.
Nice looking car in red but for reliability i'll stick with Jap stuff.
BattleBeast128/09/2019 21:58

Nice looking car in red but for reliability i'll stick with Jap stuff.


Jap was crap for me many years ago this gets excellent reliability reviews


Peugeot hasn’t always had the best reputation for reliability, but the Peugeot 2008 is one of the cars that seems to be putting paid to that. Not only is it well built and classy inside, but it has also performed well in our Driver Power customer satisfaction survey. It doesn’t skimp on safety gear, either.
Peugeot voted most reliable by 140000 owners in 2019 JD Power survey see europe.jdpower.com/pre…udy
Is this 4 wheel drive?
We had one of these as a courtesy car whilst my wife's was in for repair. I had never driven/owned a Peugeot before, really impressed with the size, quality and spec, looks like a good new car for the money.
I want one so bad but this is about £13k over my budget
Edited by: "Quickblood" 28th Sep
Seems a good offer but does it only come with a 3 year warranty as standard? I now look for at least 5 but ideally a 7 year warranty.
I've driven one of these a lot (2017 2008 GT Line 1.2 turbo petrol).

The infotainment system is awful and makes no logical sense. It's randomly laid out and options are never where it would make sense for them to be. It's a cheap car and the cost cutting is very obvious, everything feels nasty and basic things (like plastic covers in front footwells) are missing - the boot cover doesn't even have a cord and hook.

The handbrake is godawful. Genuinely, it's one of the worst pieces of decision making i've ever encountered in driving cars.

Steering is awful, imprecise, floaty. Suspension is comfy but the car constantly feels like it's rolling (whether sideways or front to back). The gearbox is imprecise and, at least on the 5speed 1.2 turbo, terribly geared. The engine is grand but this is one of the few cars I've found with no real redeeming features.

I helped a friend get a Seat Arona last year, it's superior in absolutely everything. I really can't express how much I disliked the 2008 - at least the little 208 has a bit of a feeling of charm, rather than looking like the automotive equivalent of the handbag a socialiate uses to carry her miniature dog in.

Still, voted hot since it's a big discount off RRP.
winchman28/09/2019 21:46

5 year old one is £5k trade in.


Never trade in sell private...
Don’t get one, we brought a 3008 and it’s not even 3 years old and the clutch had gone and shock absorbers and it had only do just over 20 000 miles. Oh and the customer service is awful, rude, unhelpful and very unprofessional.
Dfish7929/09/2019 00:14

Don’t get one, we brought a 3008 and it’s not even 3 years old and the clu …Don’t get one, we brought a 3008 and it’s not even 3 years old and the clutch had gone and shock absorbers and it had only do just over 20 000 miles. Oh and the customer service is awful, rude, unhelpful and very unprofessional.


There all the same Honda/Seat/Suzuki over the years for me anything other than full retail charge eg servicing/repairs is fine,warranty issues met with no interest to spend time to diagnose and total lack of interest due to poor manufacturers hourly rates.
The Suzuki Vitara is an option if you are in the market for this type of thing...decent comparison video on this review here...slightly biased on my part as I have a Grand Vitara,but personally I would pick the newer smaller Vitara.
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Hammerit4429/09/2019 00:30

There all the same Honda/Seat/Suzuki over the years for me anything other …There all the same Honda/Seat/Suzuki over the years for me anything other than full retail charge eg servicing/repairs is fine,warranty issues met with no interest to spend time to diagnose and total lack of interest due to poor manufacturers hourly rates.


Totally depends on the specific dealer for customer service,some are good some not so good,warranty issues have to get confirmation from the manufacturer which can take ages so not really the dealers fault,a friend is a Ford/Mazda warranty manager he's alway getting hassle from customers but his hands are tied until the manufacturer authorises a repair....some cases can run into months if it's a newish model and parts are not even available yet.
BattleBeast129/09/2019 00:41

Totally depends on the specific dealer for customer service,some are good …Totally depends on the specific dealer for customer service,some are good some not so good,warranty issues have to get confirmation from the manufacturer which can take ages so not really the dealers fault,a friend is a Ford/Mazda warranty manager he's alway getting hassle from customers but his hands are tied until the manufacturer authorises a repair....some cases can run into months if it's a newish model and parts are not even available yet.


My final contact was with the manufacturers head quarters in all cases ranging from no reply to outright arrogant stating in some cases independent dealers nothing we can do ref Seat shower of
Dfish7929/09/2019 00:14

Don’t get one, we brought a 3008 and it’s not even 3 years old and the clu …Don’t get one, we brought a 3008 and it’s not even 3 years old and the clutch had gone and shock absorbers and it had only do just over 20 000 miles. Oh and the customer service is awful, rude, unhelpful and very unprofessional.


That's pretty daming.
Hammerit4429/09/2019 00:49

My final contact was with the manufacturers head quarters in all cases …My final contact was with the manufacturers head quarters in all cases ranging from no reply to outright arrogant stating in some cases independent dealers nothing we can do ref Seat shower of


I never expect too much from dealers,fixed a couple of small things myself on my Vitara even though it was under warranty as I really couldn't be bothered bringing it back,it cost me less in parts than taking a few hours of work to leave it back and collect it...in fairness I know the guy would have fixed it without question but luckily I got the parts (rear discs and pads and a rear Diff shaft output seal) at a silly price thanks to Amazon,took me around 90 mins to fit myself.
Edited by: "BattleBeast1" 29th Sep
afroylnt29/09/2019 00:50

That's pretty daming.


My Seat cupra r after 100 miles snapped its welds inside a rear wheel arch clanking and rattling plus many other faults,that was a dam car
afroylnt29/09/2019 00:50

That's pretty daming.


Second that + the electronic isn’t very reliable.
Only ever owned 1 Peugeot versus 2 Kias (among other brands).

Korean every time.
There's a deal on here for a Hyundai Tucson for the same-ish money. That's your better bet.
Edited by: "u664541" 29th Sep
Dfish7929/09/2019 00:14

Don’t get one, we brought a 3008 and it’s not even 3 years old and the clu …Don’t get one, we brought a 3008 and it’s not even 3 years old and the clutch had gone and shock absorbers and it had only do just over 20 000 miles. Oh and the customer service is awful, rude, unhelpful and very unprofessional.


I've got a 3008 on 29k miles, 10 months old and everything works fine.

I've known people shag a clutch in less than 2k miles and shock absorbers, again; on today's roads can be bad depending on what your driving on.

Yes, sometimes you get a nail, all manufacturers bang a Friday evening job out. But you tell everyone to not buy any of their brand because you had 1 bad experience ? No matter what manufacturer you buy a car from. If you need a new clutch and shocks at 20k they are considered consumable parts and are justified not to replace them.
2008, it’s 2019
Auto or Manual gear?
Same price bracket, a deal was posed on Hyundai Tucson. That’s much reliable car, so options to choose from for circa 16K
Hyundai 90 faults per 1000, Peugeot 77 (less than any other make) Facts from 2019 JD Power survey of 140,000 people. BMW 181 ! I have owned Peugeot’s for 20 years with out any issues
khamito:
I've driven one of these a lot (2017 2008 GT Line 1.2 turbo petrol).

The infotainment system is awful and makes no logical sense. It's randomly laid out and options are never where it would make sense for them to be. It's a cheap car and the cost cutting is very obvious, everything feels nasty and basic things (like plastic covers in front footwells) are missing - the boot cover doesn't even have a cord and hook.

The handbrake is godawful. Genuinely, it's one of the worst pieces of decision making i've ever encountered in driving cars.

Steering is awful, imprecise, floaty. Suspension is comfy but the car constantly feels like it's rolling (whether sideways or front to back). The gearbox is imprecise and, at least on the 5speed 1.2 turbo, terribly geared. The engine is grand but this is one of the few cars I've found with no real redeeming features.

I helped a friend get a Seat Arona last year, it's superior in absolutely everything. I really can't express how much I disliked the 2008 - at least the little 208 has a bit of a feeling of charm, rather than looking like the automotive equivalent of the handbag a socialiate uses to carry her miniature dog in.

Still, voted hot since it's a big discount off RRP.

You didn't like it then?

I think your being a bit harsh. Family members got one and I don't think they look cheap at all, never occurred to me the handbrake was a problem, although, yes bit weird about the rear shelf not having cord, can be added if it bothers you that much. As for ride, not noticed it being bad.
Make sure you clean the diamond cut wheels carefully, and wax them, quite a few comments about them peeling.
BattleBeast129/09/2019 00:52

I'd be more worried about a year old one being £9995 lol..surely a better …I'd be more worried about a year old one being £9995 lol..surely a better buy than a brand new one.https://www.usedcarsni.com/256527711


That spec is about £4000 less, no turbo, Sat Nav, glass roof, parking camera and sensors etc
BattleBeast129/09/2019 00:52

I'd be more worried about a year old one being £9995 lol..surely a better …I'd be more worried about a year old one being £9995 lol..surely a better buy than a brand new one.https://www.usedcarsni.com/256527711


The Active is lower spec.
Hammerit4428/09/2019 22:06

Jap was crap for me many years ago this gets excellent reliability …Jap was crap for me many years ago this gets excellent reliability reviewsPeugeot hasn’t always had the best reputation for reliability, but the Peugeot 2008 is one of the cars that seems to be putting paid to that. Not only is it well built and classy inside, but it has also performed well in our Driver Power customer satisfaction survey. It doesn’t skimp on safety gear, either.


Indeed, although the 3 Peugeots I have had never gave me any problems, and between them travelled over 200k miles. I'd certainly consider this if I were in the market for a new car.
BattleBeast128/09/2019 21:58

Nice looking car in red but for reliability i'll stick with Jap stuff.


A new turbo at 14.5 thousand miles, over £2k if it weren't still under warrantee. Turbo change requires the engine to be dropped out of the car. At 18 thousand miles, needed a new camera in the front windscreen at a cool £1k apiece, Jap cars can have their problems too.
Edited by: "gazjon" 29th Sep
winchman28/09/2019 21:46

5 year old one is £5k trade in.


That's a car salesman's joke. Don't you just love car sales people, over paid and under educated.
Dfish7929/09/2019 00:14

Don’t get one, we brought a 3008 and it’s not even 3 years old and the clu …Don’t get one, we brought a 3008 and it’s not even 3 years old and the clutch had gone and shock absorbers and it had only do just over 20 000 miles. Oh and the customer service is awful, rude, unhelpful and very unprofessional.


Good value for money then
BattleBeast128/09/2019 21:58

Nice looking car in red but for reliability i'll stick with Jap stuff.



Din't know renault were jap?
people ride the clutch these days, that's why lots of cars with low mileage needs clutches, a good driver makes the difference between a good car and a bad one.... a guy at work, had a vectra v6 from new... 250k on the same clutch and probably still going strong... no mechanical issues either.
HOTNSWETTY28/09/2019 22:45

Is this 4 wheel drive?


No but it has a clever electric traction control thing called grip control. You get mud,sand and snow mode plus normal and off. Together with the 4 seasons mud and snow tyres, it’s a very effective system. Obviously it’s not a Range Rover but it would get you out of most normal situations ie muddy field or snowy weather.
Look up Peugeot Grip Control on YouTube.
A brand new model is very close to being released so they are probably trying to shift these quickly for that reason.
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