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Peugeot 3008 Estate
1.5 BlueHDi GT Line 5dr [2019]

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  • Contract Length: 36 months
  • Annual Mileage: 8,000 miles
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  • Road Tax: Included
  • Breakdown Cover: Included
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  • Colour/Trim: Undecided
  • Options: Undecided

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  • Android AutoAndroid Auto
  • Sat NavSat Nav
  • Climate ControlClimate Control
  • Cruise ControlCruise Control
  • Front/Rear SensorsFront/Rear Sensors

Vehicle info

  • Manufacturer OTROTR: £29,704.00
  • Fuel typeFuel: Diesel
  • No. of SeatsSeats: 5
  • Fuel ConsumptionMPG: 67.3 MPG
  • Engine SizeEngine: 1499 CC
  • CO2 EmissionsCO2: 109 G/KM
  • Gearbox: Manual
  • 0-62mph: 10.8 SECS
  • Engine PowerPower: 131 BHP
  • Engine powerPower: 131 BHP
  • 0-620-62: 10.8 SECS
  • Top SpeedTop Speed: 119 MPH
  • Engine SizeSize: 1499 CC
  • GearboxGearbox: MANUAL
  • Combined MPGComb. MPG: 67.3 MPG
  • Urban MPGUrban MPG: 60.1 MPG
  • Service Interval MilesService Miles:
  • Service Interval MonthsService Mths:
  • Extra Urban MPGExt. Urban MPG: 74.3 MPG
  • CO2CO2: 109 G/KM
  • Number of seatsNo. of seats: 5
  • NCAP ratingNCAP: 5
  • LengthLength: 4447mm
  • WidthWidth: 1841mm
  • Boot SpaceBoot Space: 591cm3
  • HeightHeight: 1620mm

Std Equipment

i Vehicle data is provided by a 3rd party, therefore we encourage you to check all equipment on configurator of manufacturer's website prior to order.

    Driver Convenience

  • 'Lights On' warning buzzer
  • 3D connected navigation + voice control + Peugeot connect SOS and assistance
  • Advanced Driver Attention Alert
  • Android Auto
  • Blind spot monitoring
  • Digital clock
  • Exterior temperature gauge
  • Lane departure warning system
  • Lane keep assist
  • Mirror screen with mirror link and car play
  • Multi function trip computer
  • Peugeot i-cockpit with amplify configurable interior ambiences, headup display with distance alert, touch screen
  • Programmable cruise control and speed limiter
  • Rear parking aid
  • Smartphone cradle
  • Speed limit recognition
  • Speed sensitive power steering
  • Visio park assist 180 with colour reversing camera + front parking sensor (Available as no-cost option)
  • Entertainment

  • DAB Digital radio
  • Peugeot connect with USB and bluetooth
  • Radio/MP3 player
  • Steering column mounted multifunction controls
  • 6 speakers (Available as no-cost option)
  • Exterior Features

  • Aluminium roof rails
  • Automatic activation of hazard warning lights
  • Automatic headlamp levelling
  • Body colour door handles
  • Body colour rear spoiler
  • Body coloured bumpers
  • Chrome bumper inserts
  • Chrome front fog light surround
  • Chrome radiator grille and surround
  • Chrome side window trim
  • Dark tinted rear windows
  • Electric folding door mirrors with courtesy approach lighting
  • Electric operated/heated door mirrors
  • Heated rear windscreen
  • LED daytime running lights
  • LED headlights with LED front fog light and static cornering light
  • LED rear lights
  • Lion grey front bumper scuff plate
  • Nera black door mirrors
  • One touch electric front/rear windows
  • Peugeot smart beam assist
  • Rear wiper
  • Sports front bumper
  • Twin exhaust tailpipe
  • Black diamond roof (Available as no-cost option)
  • Interior Features

  • 1/3 to 2/3 split folding rear seats
  • 2 cupholders in front centre console
  • 3 x 12V power sockets
  • 4 Lashing eyes in boot
  • Blue ambient lighting
  • Centre front armrest with illuminated cool compartment
  • Cupholders - 2 in rear centre armrest
  • Dual zone automatic climate control
  • Fold flat front passenger seat with picnic table
  • Footwell illumination
  • Front door pockets
  • Front headrests
  • Front reading lights
  • Front seat back map pockets
  • Gear shift indicator
  • Grab handles
  • Height adjustable headrests
  • Height adjustable passenger seat
  • Height/reach adjust steering wheel
  • Illuminated cupholders
  • Illuminated glovebox
  • Illuminated storage compartment
  • Illuminated vanity mirrors
  • Instrument panel light dimmer
  • ISOFIX on front passenger and rear outer seats
  • LED interior illumination
  • LED light in luggage compartment
  • Mistral floor mats
  • Mistral full grain perforated leather steering wheel with aikinite stitch
  • Rear centre armrest/ski flap
  • Rear coat hooks
  • Rear headrests
  • Rear reading lights
  • Reclining front seats
  • Roof lining - Mistral black
  • Satin chrome gear lever
  • Satin chrome interior door handles
  • Stainless Steel Scuff Plates
  • Driver seat lumbar adjustment (Available as no-cost option)
  • Height adjustable drivers seat (Available as no-cost option)
  • Imila cloth/Leather upholstery (Available as no-cost option)
  • Variable boot floor (Available as no-cost option)
  • Packs

  • Visibility pack - 3008
  • Safety

  • 3 point front seat belts
  • 3 point rear seatbelts x3
  • ABS + EBD + EBA
  • Auto city emergency braking
  • Driver SMART airbag
  • Electronic parking brake
  • ESP with ASR
  • Front and rear curtain airbags
  • Front and rear pre-tensioning and force limiting seatbelts
  • Front passenger SMART airbag with deactivate switch
  • Height adjustable front seatbelts
  • Hill start assist
  • Seatbelt warning lamp and buzzer
  • Side airbags x 2
  • Tyre pressure sensor
  • Security

  • Anti theft alarm
  • Automatic door lock/re-lock after 30 seconds
  • Central locking button on dash
  • Child lock control of rear doors and windows
  • Deadlocks
  • Locking wheel bolts
  • Remote control central locking with two plip keys
  • Rolling code transponder immobiliser
  • Technical

  • Diesel particulate filter
  • Dynamic stability control
  • Sport mode
  • Trim

  • Brumeo fabric interior trim
  • Satin chrome dash trim
  • Satin chrome instrument dial surrounds
  • Wheels

  • 18" Detroit diamond cut alloy wheels (Available as no-cost option)
  • Space saver spare wheel (Available as no-cost option)

Tech Data

    Emissions - ICE

  • CO:0.101
  • CO2 (g/km):109
  • HC:Not Available
  • HC+NOx:0.067
  • Noise Level dB(A):69
  • NOx:0.046
  • Particles:0.0004
  • Standard Euro Emissions:EURO 6
  • Engine and Drive Train

  • Camshaft:DOHC
  • Catalytic Convertor:Yes
  • CC:1499
  • Compression Ratio:16.4:1
  • Cylinder Layout:IN-LINE
  • Cylinders:4
  • Cylinders - Bore (mm):75
  • Cylinders - Stroke (mm):88.4
  • Engine Code:DV5RC
  • Engine Layout:FRONT TRANSVERSE
  • Fuel Delivery:COMMON RAIL
  • Gears:6 SPEED
  • Number of Valves:16
  • Transmission:MANUAL
  • Fuel Consumption - ICE

  • EC Combined (mpg):67.3
  • EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies:Yes
  • EC Extra Urban (mpg):74.3
  • EC Urban (mpg):60.1
  • General

  • Badge Engine CC:1.5
  • Badge Power:130
  • Based On ID:Not Available
  • Coin Description:BlueHDi
  • Coin Series:GT Line
  • Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 07:17E
  • Manufacturers Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years:12
  • Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years:3
  • NCAP Adult Occupant Protection %:86
  • NCAP Child Occupant Protection %:85
  • NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 09:5
  • NCAP Pedestrian Protection %:67
  • NCAP Safety Assist %:58
  • Did at least one aspect of this vehicle's safety give cause for concern?:No
  • Special Edition:No
  • Special Order:No
  • Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage:60000
  • Standard manufacturers warranty - Years:3
  • Vehicle Homologation Class:M1
  • Performance

  • 0 to 62 mph (secs):10.8
  • Engine Power - BHP:131
  • Engine Power - KW:96
  • Engine Power - RPM:3750
  • Engine Torque - LBS.FT:221
  • Engine Torque - MKG:30.6
  • Engine Torque - NM:300
  • Engine Torque - RPM:1750
  • Top Speed:119
  • Test Cycles

  • Emissions Test Cycle:NEDC Correlated
  • Tyres

  • Alloys?:Yes
  • Space Saver?:Yes
  • Tyre Size Front:225/55 R18
  • Tyre Size Rear:225/55 R18
  • Tyre Size Spare:SPACE SAVER
  • Wheel Style:DETROIT
  • Wheel Type:18" ALLOY
  • Vehicle Dimensions

  • Height:1620
  • Height (including roof rails):1624
  • Length:4447
  • Wheelbase:2675
  • Width:1841
  • Width (including mirrors):2098
  • Weight and Capacities

  • Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres):53
  • Gross Vehicle Weight:1980
  • Luggage Capacity (Seats Down):1670
  • Luggage Capacity (Seats Up):591
  • Max. Loading Weight:563
  • Max. Towing Weight - Braked:1500
  • Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked:745
  • Minimum Kerbweight:1417
  • No. of Seats:5
  • Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb:10.67

Want a little extra?

Independent review

HY SOCIETY

By Jonathan Crouch

Introduction

It's the obvious fuel efficient and low emissions solution - a diesel-powered hybrid. First to put one into production were Peugeot with this car, the 3008 HYbrid4, introduced back in 2011. A small but significant band of eco-conscious buyers on the used market could have reason to convince themselves that it commands a price worth paying, not only because it'll return almost 75mpg with sub-100g/km emissions, but also because it can do just that while at the same time offering 200bhp performance, 4WD, Crossover style and family practicality. In many ways, this was a trail-blazing car. But does it make sense as a used buy?

Models

5dr hatch (2.0 HDi HYbrid4)

History

'A new chapter in automotive history' That's how Peugeot introduced this 3008 HYbrid4 model to us back in 2011. It certainly looks conventional enough. But the technology behind it isn't. This 3008 is a hybrid - but not as perhaps you know it. Until the launch of this car, the word 'hybrid' was shorthand for 'petrol/electric motion'. But this is a diesel. Hybrids were two-wheel drive: this has four driven wheels. Hybrids were feebly powered: this has 200bhp on tap. It's unconventional then - in every sense of the word. This, the world's first diesel/electric hybrid, was the very first car of its kind designed to make proper sense to us Europeans. Early Prius-style Toyota, Lexus and Honda hybrids all featured petrol power because they were primarily aimed at Oriental and American markets generally opposed to diesel engines. But PSA Group brand Peugeot started from a clean sheet with this technology. A diesel is 30% more economical than its petrol equivalent. Why wouldn't you use it as the basis for a battery-assisted, economy-minded vehicle? Development cost perhaps? Peugeot solved that by basically leaving the front of the car completely alone, instead integrating the hybrid system's 36bhp electric motor with the rear axle, creating a bolt-on package they subsequently also used on other products, not all of them diesel-driven. This has the fortuitous side effect of creating the four-wheel drive layout that the MK1 model 3008's chunky Crossover looks promised but never delivered with a conventional engine beneath the bonnet. With this HYbrid4 model, both axles are able to drive you forward in slippery conditions. It all then, sounds very good on paper. But good enough to justify the inevitable price premium this technology carries? That's the question. When the MK1 model 3008 range was facelifted in 2013, a facelifted HYbrid4 variant followed shortly after. By this time, the engineers had been able to tweak things to achieve slightly lower emissions, the previous 99g and 104g figures improved to 88g and 99g, depending on variant. The second generation 3008 range was launched in late 2016 without a direct HYbrid4 model replacement derivative.

What You Get

In contrast to Prius owners who like to parade their green-friendliness, anyone opting for a 3008 HYbrid4 is more likely to want to hide their eco-conscious light under a bushel. There is, after all, nothing, apart from a few discreet badges, to differentiate this car from any other conventional 3008 derivative. Unless you're in the know of course and can pick out the twin chromed horizontal bars that replace this model line's normal crosshatched radiator grille - at least in the case of the pre-facelifted model. Or the neat line of LED daytime running lamps that on this variant, are integrated into the headlamps. So it looks virtually the same as any ordinary 3008. Well, it is the same from the B-pillars forwards - and that's what makes this design so darned clever. Hybrid engines, you see, have traditionally been enormously complicated things, designed from scratch, expensive solutions for eco-conscious motorists resulting in stand-alone models like Toyota's Prius. The French PSA Group wanted a simpler, more cost-effective approach and with their HYbrid4 technology, they got it. Here, you keep everything standard at the front end of the car, with an ordinary off-the-shelf engine conventionally driving the front wheels. Then at the back, you simply replace the normal rear axle with one that packages in an electric motor, driving the rear wheels. Front and rear communicate electronically depending on the traction needed and power switches seamlessly between engine and battery as required. A brilliantly straightforward solution that enables Peugeot and its partner Citroen to bolt hybrid technology into just about any model they make. The packaging issues were also carefully thought through to ensure that the hybrid system's nickel-metal hydride batteries mounted above the rear axle didn't eat too greatly into luggage space. Except that they do - a bit. Access the boot via the neat split-rear hatch and you'll find that luggage capacity falls from the 512-litres you get in an ordinary MK1 model 3008 to 354-litres in this car. That's something you especially notice when you raise the lid of the useful 66-litre under-floor compartment, noticeably shallower in this variant. Use the side wall-mounted levers to flatten the rear bench and total carriage capacity is revealed at 1435-litres - down from 1604-litres in the standard car. If that's not enough, the front passenger seat can be folded forward and flat for really long loads to increase total luggage space to 1501-litres. Passenger-wise, the cabin formula is unchanged over that of any other MK1 model 3008. So there's space here in the back for two adults or three children to sit comfortably, with neat storage compartments in the footwells. It would be even better if the seats could slide back and forwards to increase legroom but unfortunately, they don't. It certainly feels spacious when you're up front though - and very well built. Expensive soft-touch materials and metallic trim abound around the raised centre console, with high-tech touches like the provided Head Up display intended to give the driver the feel of being at the helm of a jet fighter. We're not sure about that, but we did appreciate the airy feel aided by the large glass area and raised driving position and further emphasised on top models by a huge cielo panoramic glass roof. There's a lovely bespoke auto gearbox lever but irritatingly, its position markers are small, unlit and on the wrong side of the lever for right hand drive motorists. We like the smart-looking padded passenger grab handle though - something for your front seat partner to hold on to should you get a little too carried away by the 4WD technology.

What You Pay

Prices for a pre-facelift early 3008 HYbrid4 model start at around £8,700 for an '11-era 99g model, with prices rising to around £12,200 for a later '14-era car. If you want the plusher pre-facelift 104g model with its larger wheels, you're looking at a premium of £3-400. If you can stretch to one of the later facelifted models, you get slightly cleaner emissions and a smarter look. The most frugal 88g variant will cost you from around £13,000 for a '15-era car, with values rising to around £18,000 for a later late- '16-era model. If you want the plusher 'Allure' 99g version of the facelifted 3008 Hybrid, you're looking at a premium of around £900 over these prices.

What to Look For

Most 3008 HYbrid4 owners we found in our survey were reasonably satisfied indeed but there were a few with issues. One owner had to replace the electronic handbrake and the front foglights fairly early on, then suffered injector failure - at which point he discovered that hybrids need breakdown truck recovery - they can't be towed. Apparently, the auto gearbox needs checking as it can regularly stick in 3rd or 4th gear. Minor issues are pretty much those that apply to a normal MK1 model 3008. We came across a couple of instances where owners were finding that warning lights for things like the ESP, the brakes and the handbrake were coming on for no reason. One owner felt that the need to replenish his car with a litre of oil every 1,200 miles was excessive. It's unlikely that the car will have been used off road in any way but look out for the usual alloy wheel parking scrapes and interior trim issues caused by unruly kids.

Replacement Parts

(approx based on a 2013 3008 HYbrid4 ex VAT) An air filter will be priced in the £13 to £20 bracket and a fuel filter will be in the £16 to £19 bracket. You'll pay around £100 for a radiator. And around £95 for a water pump. Wiper blades cost in the £4 to £7 bracket. A replacement heated wing mirror glass costs around £20. A rear lamp costs around £210. A headlamp replacement costs around £260, but you could pay up to around £545 for a pricier brand.

On the Road

Climb aboard and there's little of the ground-breaking technology on display, exactly, Peugeot supposes, as potential customers will want. Twist the key though, and the differences begin. For a start, there's silence, this car able to proceed in electric mode only for up to two and a half miles, provided you don't exceed 31mph. As you get underway, there's an almost imperceptible change in engine note as the 163bhp HDi diesel engine driving the front wheels seamlessly cuts in to assist the 37bhp AC electric motor that powers those at the rear, making this, in theory at least, a four wheel drive machine. Like virtually all hybrids, this one comes only with an automatic gearbox, with a set of rather plasticky steering wheel-mounted gearshift paddles should you wish to take control yourself. This is PSA's 6-speed EGS system, as also used by Peugeot's more conventional e-HDi models. It's a jerky set-up in those cars - but not here, thanks to the way the electric motor fills in the gaps in the diesel engine's power delivery. Ah yes, the power delivery. With a combined output of 200bhp and a combined 500Nm of torque, 200Nm of it from the electric motor, you'll be expecting this 3008 to be pretty rapid. But if you are, then you're failing to take account of the 200kg weight penalty that comes with all the batteries and everything else required for hybrid motoring. That's equivalent to the weight of a couple of extra passengers and it explains why this car is effectively no faster than an ordinarily 3008 HDi 150 diesel variant: rest to sixty takes 9.1s on the way to 118mph. It's about as quick as you'll be going in a decently pokey diesel, say a VW Golf TDI 140. You'll need to be in 'Sport' mode with its quick gear shifts and active 4WD to be going this quickly, this one of four driving settings available via the circular controller down where the handbrake would be, were that function not taken care of by a rather fiddly electronic handbrake button. There are three other driving modes - and whichever one of the quartet you choose, you can easily monitor what's being driven by what on the colour screen on top of the dash. If the roads are slippery, you might want to select the '4WD' option, where both axles are instructed to work together to maximise traction. If you're in town and your hybrid batteries are fully charged, you're more likely to want the 'ZEV' ('Zero Emissions Vehicle') setting, which will keep you in fuel-saving milk float mode for as long as the nickel-metal hydride cells hold out. Finally, if you can't be bothered to decide between all these options, there's 'Auto', where the system will always choose the optimum setting for the driving conditions you're in. The electric part of the equation of course will depend on two factors. How much recharging the batteries get - the more braking and off-throttle cruising you do, the better - and how hard you drive when you are under electric propulsion. To help you monitor both aspects, Peugeot's designers have done away with the usual rev counter dial on the left of the instrument binnacle and replaced it with a power meter. So how does that work? Well, if you're cruising with foot off the throttle - or better still, braking, the needle will drop down to the blue 'charge' band, re-energising the battery for the next time you need to run in 'ZEV' or 'Zero Emission Vehicle' electric mode. To maximise the range of this setting, you'll need to throttle lightly and keep the needle in 'Eco', the other blue band just above. Accelerate a little harder and the needle will move on upwards, clockwise around the dial, showing the percentage of power being used. So that's a quick guide to how it all works. But how will it feel when you're out and about? Well let's start with ride quality. In order to accommodate the electric motor in the middle of the rear axle, the designers had to swap the conventional suspension for a multilink set-up. This is supposedly more sophisticated but it hasn't helped ride quality, which can be a little unsettled on poor surfaces. On the plus side, the steering is really feelsome, grip levels are fine and bodyroll is very well controlled through tight corners - much better than you'd expect from such a tall car.

Overall

So does this 3008 HYbrid4 model make sense? It's certainly true that you can match this car's running cost returns in a Prius-like petrol hybrid - and in a few really frugal diesel hatchbacks. But only if you sacrifice on power and do without 4WD. Extra power and all-wheel drive, you see, are the things that make the diesel-engined Crossover models many families would like so unsustainable when it comes to their ongoing running costs. But not in this case. Not with this car. Providing you can balance its up-front asking price against long term savings and find a well looked-after example, it really could be a 'have your cake and eat it' solution for a careful kind of thinking family buyer. Someone who plays the long game. Just as Peugeot has done with this car.

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