Peu­geot 208: The own­ers’ ver­dict

YOU TELL US... Su­per­mini is cheap to run, but could be eas­ier to drive

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Driv­ers tell us what they think of French su­per­mini


“A BIG im­prove­ment from my pre­vi­ous Peu­geot 207, and it’s more eco­nom­i­cal.”

“Peu­geot af­ter­sales and ser­vic­ing are great. The dealer is friendly and never over­charges me.”

“Good turn­ing cir­cle. It makes the car per­fect for driv­ing in the city.”

“I find the 208 good value for money, es­pe­cially when you fac­tor in the low in­sur­ance and fuel bills.”

“The 1.6-litre diesel is great for ev­ery­day driv­ing and long stints on the mo­tor­way.”

“A fun car to drive on twisty roads.”


“I DON’T like the amount of plas­tic that fea­tures in­side.”

“The Mir­ror­link tech­nol­ogy doesn’t work on my phone and Peu­geot can’t seem to fig­ure out why.”

“My car’s sus­pen­sion makes a lot of noise, and I’ve only owned it for a few months.”

“A glitch with the elec­tron­ics caused a break­down re­cently.”

“The clutch bite point is higher than in my pre­vi­ous cars, and this took some get­ting used to.”

“Some of the parts in the in­te­rior rat­tle when go­ing over bumps.”


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