Which 508 has the best MPG?
1.6 BlueHDi 120 Active 4dr - 74.3 MPG
What is the starting price for the 508 range?
RRP from £24925
Which is the fastest?
2.0 BlueHDi 180 GT 4dr Auto - 0-62 MPH in 8.5s
What are the dimensions of a Peugeot 508?
The typical size of a 508 is 4830mm x 1828mm
What is the lowest 508 insurance group?
Peugeot 508 User Reviews
|08/08/2017 15:18:38 Danny Divers " Comfortable car for cruising but a tad large for parking bays in town "|
|18/07/2017 13:43:14 Alan Irvine " A quality limousine. "|
|05/10/2016 08:18:42 Alan Dunn " Good looking car. 50 mpg. Enough oomph that I would ever want. Stressless drive. Comfortable and spacious. Big boot with drop down split rear seats. Lot of Allure add-ons: sat nav, front and rear park assist, automatic parking brake, automatic headlights etc. I am even more delighted than I expected when I bought the car. Love it. Love it. Love it. "|
|04/10/2016 16:05:47 Anthony Van Damme " Nice car with lots of space in the front, rear and booth. Drives well, the engine has sufficient power when required. The dash is nicely laid out and not over complicated. Sat Nav is useful, but expensive to update. Fuel economy is good for a car that size however less than the advertised lab figures. Seating in front and back is very comfortable, making the car a pleasure to drive over long distances. "|
|27/09/2016 20:27:19 Nirmal Chaudhri " I never thought Peugeots were particularly good looking but the 508 is quite handsome from all angles and has a quietly purposeful stance. Though not quick off the mark it does have ample power where it's most needed - for overtaking. The ride is very comfortable over most types of road and it handles surprisingly well for its size. The semi-automatic gearbox feels a bit weird and hesitant at first but in conjunction with the extremely efficient diesel engine gives quite astonishingly good fuel economy. I have averaged about 850 miles per tank over 40 fill-ups (34k miles). I have had only one non normal wear and tear expense: an alternator that cost £860. Wouldn't buy new but after initial heavy depreciation they look very good value at 3-5 years old. "|