Which 308 has the best MPG?
1.6 BlueHDi 120 Active 5dr - 91.1 MPG
What is the starting price for the 308 range?
RRP from £16375
Which is the fastest?
1.6 THP 270 GTI by Peugeot Sport 5dr - 0-62 MPH in 6.0s
What are the dimensions of a Peugeot 308?
The typical size of a 308 is 4253mm x 1804mm
What is the lowest 308 insurance group?
Peugeot 308 User Reviews
|20/12/2016 21:45:19 hannah heppenstall " Nothing but trouble! Not least because despite being a 14 reg and the new shape, comes up on all databases as 13 reg and old shape! Makes for a nightmare buying parts or getting work done! "|
|25/10/2016 23:50:53 neill stewart " Very economical to run especially on extra urban driving. There is a slight flat spot if accelerating below 1200 rpm although the car will keep a constant speed at 1200rpm Visibility is good and the under seat tray and hidden compartment in the boot are very useful. The door storage is good although the passenger glove box is just that, a glove box, understandably due to the airbag. The car looks stylish from the front but silly rear styling spoils a good overall car. Fortunately the new model looks much better from the rear. "|
|11/10/2016 14:56:06 Paul Morris " Fantastic amount of equipment, rear camera great, not much leg room in the back though, very adequate performance, easy to drive as small steering wheel helps so much. I owned many cars and this is the first car that makes me want to buy another. All in all very pleased. "|
|05/10/2016 14:47:47 Shah " This is a good car all round, hence its my 3rd peugeot car for driving school. i would recomend any one with confidence. "|
|04/10/2016 19:59:28 John Lear " We have owned our 308CC for 6 months now, having replaced our previous 207CC. We specifically wanted the top of the range "Allure" model with the optional Sat-Nav. The performance really is pretty good - again we specifically chose the 163 bhp diesel knowing that the car was quite heavy. It really does have a pleasing turn of speed. As stated it does feel a bit big and heavy and there is more body roll on corners than I would like. But on the flip side the weight does mean it feels very safe and stable on the road. Being behind the wheel is a good place to be. Peugeot are very generous on spec, especially at the top of the range, so we have full leather, climate control, auto lights and wipers, folding mirrors and three absolute boons - heated seats, the "air scarf" neck warming system and the windbreak - which means you can genuinely have the roof down on cold, sunny days. I think all this equipment is standard on the "Allure". We also waited for a car with the optional Sat Nav. Overall it feels quite a special place to be. Space is surprisingly generous - no issues up front and although the back is small it is not as small as other cars we have owned and driven in this class. Seating four is not problematic. In addition the boot is huge as all the roof has to go in when it's down - I have got loads in here that I couldn't get into the boot of my BMW 3-series! Value for money is also a strong point - I think it was over £27,000 new, and we paid £12995 at 2 1/2 years old and 22,000 miles! It's a no brainer and a lot of car for the money. Running costs seem reasonable across the board - being a diesel the tax isn't too bad and currently averaging 43 mpg with a fair amount of motorway work. Build quality is very good and a world away from similar cars when I was growing up. Really has a premium feel. As for safety and security, with the hard top you would not know it wasn't a fixed head coupe when the roof is up, and there is not too much flex when it's down. As I said the car feels very stable on the road and although we have not needed them I believe there are various safety features including the pop-up roll-over hoops should you be unfortunate enough to roll the car. Overall - impressive and won't be an easy car to replace. "|