Peugeot 3008

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RM134,826 - RM147,090
OTR Price in Kuala Lumpur
Peugeot 3008 Specifications
Engine 1598 cc
Power 165 hp
Transmission Type Automatic
Driver Airbag Yes
Air Conditioner Yes
Power Steering Yes
Seating Capacity 5 Seats
Central Locking Yes

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Things We Like in 3008

Fast and punchy performance

Engine and cabin refinement

Exciting exterior design

Futuristic and practical interior

Things We Dont Like in 3008

No diesel option

No AWD/RWD option

Not the best ground clearance

Rear air vents eat into the rear leg room

Price List of Peugeot 3008

Variant Price Specifications  
1.6L Active THP RM134,826 *
OTR Price
1598 cc, 165 hp, Automatic, Petrol
1.6L Allure THP RM147,090 *
OTR Price
1598 cc, 165 hp, Automatic, Petrol

Colors of Peugeot 3008

Peugeot 3008 is available in 5 different colors - Pearl White, Ultimate Red, Amazonite Grey, Metallic Copper and Magnetic Blue.

  • Pearl White

  • Ultimate Red

  • Amazonite Grey

  • Metallic Copper

  • Magnetic Blue

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Review of Peugeot 3008

  • Overview
  • Interior & Features
  • Exterior
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking & Safety


The Peugeot 3008 was first introduced in 2008. The current model is the second generation of the model and frankly a big improvement in every single way. Especially the design. One of the most refreshing takes on the SUV genre, the 3008 certainly has a lot going for it. This same SUV won the European car of the year award in 2017 beating cars like the Alfa Romeo Giulia and the Mercedes-Benz E-Class. In Malaysia, it competes against the Mazda CX-5, Mitsubishi Outlander, and Honda CR-V. There are two very similarly equipped variants to choose from – the Active and the Allure. While it is, certainly not meant for everyone – the exorbitant price tag notwithstanding – it does seem like a breath of fully imported fresh air in the current SUV market.

Interior & Features

Having established that the 3008 will stand out and attract eyes everywhere it goes, it is hard to believe that the interior could come close to it. In reality, however, the 3008 has an interior that is more futuristic than some concept cars. Peugeot calls it the i-Cockpit interior. It incorporates a futuristic and extremely customizable dashboard that uses a 12.3” digital full-color heads-up display. There is an additional 8” touchscreen display to display climate control, infotainment and navigational data. Complete connectivity options are enabled and the unit also supports Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and Mirrorlink. The animations are slick. The piano finished toggle switches look like they come straight from a Lamborghini.  There is leather, faux carbon-fiber (on the Active THP) and Alcantara like fabric trim along with mood lighting (on the Allure THP). The gear shift selector feels like the handle of a gun. The chunky and squared steering wheel completes the fighter pilot from the future feel that the driver gets. But it’s more than just show. The seats are comfortable, especially the 8 way powered leather ones on the Allure. The air conditioner is dual zone with rear vents. In cabin, storage is abundant with a front center armrest that opens like a butterfly to reveal 11L of cooled storage space. In the rear, there is decent knee room and the flat floor means that there is no lack of space. However, with a sunroof, the car loses a lot of headroom. Boot space is massive at 591L and with the seats folded down flat, this goes up to 1670L. The rear also has a full-sized spare under the floor. So, practicality has not taken a back seat at all here.


Probably one of the most talked about points when it comes to the 3008, this design is unrecognizable from its predecessor. Gone is the bulbous shape and in its place is something that actually looks like an SUV. At 4447 mm long, 1841 mm wide and 1624 mm high, it is almost as large as the CR-V. It rides high on a ground clearance of 219 mm on beautiful 18” wheels shod with 225/55 R18 tires. It is unmistakably European with a contrasting roof and body color scheme and clean body lines. The front and rear profiles deserve the most attention. The bumper eats into the headlights like fangs, giving it a fierce yet modern look. The grille is extremely detailed with chrome accents and looks characterful. Moving to the back, the Lion theme seems to have continued, with taillights that look like claw marks. The rear is otherwise clean with only a black horizontal bar running across the width of it. There are twin flat exhausts under the bumper that create a clean yet sophisticated look. The only slightly unsightly details are the chrome touches on the side and the fact that some of the colors are better suited than others to carry off this look. Mind you, that some of these color options (Ultimate Red and Pearl White) will cost you an extra RM 1590.

Engine & Fuel Consumption

There is only one engine option here – a Twin Scroll Turbo High Pressure (THP) inline 4 cylinder with VVT and fuel and petrol injection. It is good enough for a maximum power output of 165 hp at 6000 rpm and max torque of 240 Nm at 1400 rpm. Transmission also comes with only one option of a 6-speed automatic with quick shift and paddle shift. This small engine has won multiple awards in its illustrious history and is good for pushing the car to a top speed of 206 kmph. 0-100 kmph happens in a, not at all shabby 8.9 secs. The 3008 also manages a 14.3 kmpl fuel economy. The only niggle we can draw here is that Peugeot has decided to stubbornly stick to front wheel drive only. There is a sports mode button that sharpens the throttle. The steering is quick. There are also 5 different drive modes that optimize grip for different road conditions. But, this is not a sporty drive by any measure. It is most well suited as a comfortable cruiser.

Braking & Safety

Speaking of driver modes, the 3008 does a very good job of justifying its price with its many electronic aids. There is hill descent control, hill start assist, electronic stability and dynamic stability control to improve the handling. 6 airbags, ABS, EBD, emergency brake assist with automatic hazard lights, anti-skid regulation and anti-whiplash seats to keep the occupants safe. Driver attention alert and lane departure warning keep the driver focused on the road. It will even inform you about the speed limit on the road. And of course, it has a reverse camera and automatic headlights.

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