Indepth Car Review: Peugeot 3008 GT FULL REVIEW test driven all-new SUV neu 2017/2018 – Autogefühl

Indepth Car Review: Peugeot 3008 GT FULL REVIEW test driven all-new SUV neu 2017/2018 – Autogefühl

Awesome Review: Peugeot 3008 GT FULL REVIEW test driven all-new SUV neu 2017/2018 – Autogefühl



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37 Replies to “Indepth Car Review: Peugeot 3008 GT FULL REVIEW test driven all-new SUV neu 2017/2018 – Autogefühl”

  1. Good review Thomas, as always. Personally I never take a glass roof. If I want a greenhouse I’ll go in the garden. Even in UK IMO a panoramic roof makes the interior far too hot. I’ll take a solid roof always please. I’ve driven a many cars including Peugeot. I’ve always found their Diesel engines very strong with high torque but also thirsty too.

  2. I find touch screen interfaces as distracting to use as a hand-held mobile phone. They all need to have a control wheel as an alternative.I see Peugeot also show the lack of logic with their automatic gear lever; where's the sense in pushing the lever forward to select reverse and pull it back to select forward?

  3. Scheiss motoren! Siet aber fantastisch aus.

    Test drove 2L diesel on Saturday. It was OK but lacked any stimulus. Have to be honest, it was a totally boring drive. No umph whatsoever.

    Design outside is to die for. Best looking thing ever to come out from Peugot. Inside is pretty impressive also but have to admit was not overly taken by the 'art deco' imitation leather on the seats. Stitching looks cheap & those nodules just did not do a thing for me.

    In summary I think this is a very stunning looker let down by a boring range of engines. Shame it does not drive as well as it looks.

    If you want all the bells & whistles on one of these you're almost stepping into MB GLC territory which IMHO would be worth the little extra over this even though the GLC 250 is uglier to look at in comparison.

    Oh nearly forgot…..a front wheel drive only SUV. Well I never……….

  4. Great review. Thank you. It's on my 'consider' list, and I hesitated a bit because French cars are very comfortable, usually very stylish, but they pay lip service to engineering compared to German cars. Your experience with the driver assist functions and touch screen/nav is exactly what I mean. It's tarted up with the feature, ticks the blob chart box for the brochure, and just about works most of the time,… but with some frustration element for the user. If PSA spent another $50 on the car it would all probably work really well with functions that you actually want to use. It does make you wonder where else they have skimped to save a penny….. French electronics have me worried. I agree about Magic Blue being the best colour.

    I'm still leaning towards the Volvo XC40. Seeing one of the R line in the flesh with the superb interior quality. It's 10%-15% more costly, but doesn't take short cuts in quality, design ir engineering.

  5. Looking at the video the blind spot monitor does seem to be indicating just as the approaching car disappears into the blind spot. It could be argued that this is the way a blind spot monitor should work.

  6. Another good review, this looks good from all angles, but at the rear do you think the Rear Lights could be the Peugeot Lion claw? Not a tiger ! But other than that great review. Do you Prefer it to the DS7 ?

  7. Thanks Thomas. No 4wd is an oversight but it is true that most people either don't need 4wd nor want to pay for it. The French market tax system is still punishing those who choose petrol so diesel is still the forced choice – shame on the French government. The electronic aids are typical of the quality seen on lower brands. They cost less or are included but they work less well or badly. Who wants a safety device that can't be counted on to work. Additionally French car electrics are such that in 2-3 years time they will have likely failed. Overall the car does look good inside and out so that will attract many.

  8. Peugeot is near to VW or some premium. They really made a fantastic work. Just yes, they have to work more on the assembly. But this car is awesome. Best in class of French cars now.

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