Launched here in September 2023, the e-2008 is Peugeot’s first fully electric passenger. A compact SUV, it joins the e-Partner compact electric van as well as the Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) versions of the 3008 SUV and 508 sedan. Future electrified models will follow in 2024 with the launch of E-208 hatchback, E-3008 mid-sized SUV, e-Expert medium van and 408 PHEV. The petrol-powered Peugeot 2008 has been on sale here since 2020. It comes in two variants, Allure and GT each with a PureTech 130 engine that generates 96 kilowatts of… Read more


The Peugeot 508 has been on sale in Australia since July 2011. A mid-sized sedan or station wagon, it fitted into the space between the smaller 407 and larger 607, effectively replacing both cars. The current (second generation) 508 arrived here in August 2021, only available in the top-grade GT equipment level and featuring Peugeot’s first-ever plug-in hybrid (PHEV) powertrain. The previous petrol-only variants were dropped from the range at the end of 2022 leaving just the more-expensive PHEVs. STYLING As has been the case throughout two body styles are… Read more


Peugeot Partner is the smallest of the French carmaker’s commercial van range, sitting behind the mid-sized Expert and large Boxer. There are three grades – City, Pro and Premium – with the choice of short and long wheelbases in Pro and Premium. The range also includes the e-Partner, the first fully-electric Peugeot to come here and our test vehicle. The e-Partner Pro LWB is priced at $59,990 plus on- road costs. Petrol versions range of the Partner range from $32,990 for the SWB City to $43,490 for the LWB Premium. STYLING… Read more


Wow. Peugeot has transformed the mid-sized 3008 into an electric coupe and it’s ready to knock your sock off. The E-3008 stands out with fastback SUV styling, with a dynamic shape that is as aerodynamic as it is stunning. It is the first model to use the new Stellantis STLA Medium platform. The innovative platform has been designed to offer best-in-class performance, targeting customer demands such as range (up to 700km) and recharge time (down to 30 minutes). It’s also designed to provide performance, driving pleasure, efficiency and connected services,… Read more


The first Peugeot fully-electric vehicle to come to Australia, the e-Partner, has arrived and will be available in showrooms and on-line from August. Partner is the smallest of the French company’s three-model light commercial vehicle range, sitting below the mid-sized Expert and large Boxer. Priced at $59,990 plus on-road costs, e-Partner comes in a single long wheelbase Pro variant and will sell alongside the 1.2-litre turbo-petrol Partner Pro and Premium models which come with the choice of short and long wheelbases. The e-Partner is powered by a 50kWh lithium-ion battery… Read more

PEUGEOT 2008 2013 – 2022

  Peugeot 2008 is a small crossover SUV based on the Peugeot 208 hatchback. It arrived in  Australia in 2013 and offered an interesting alternative to vehicles that chiefly came from  Asian countries.    It is relatively conservative in its style, unlike that of what is probably its closest competitor,  the Renault Captur which, of course, is also from France.    Interior space is good for a wagon of this size, though it’s better suited to couples with pre- teen children rather than four adults. Changes to the seat design… Read more


Peugeot is producing some of the most stylish cars available and the 408 Fastback is one of them. Arriving later this year, it follows close on the heels of the Citroen C5 X with which it shares a platform. The 408 also shared the same headlights, taillights, and dashboard design as the third- generation 308, which was developed alongside it. Described as a coupe crossover, the fastback design cuts an eye-catching silhouette. The 408 will be offered as a single powerful plug-in hybrid version in Australia. The hybrid petrol-electric powertrain… Read more


Peugeot’s GT Sport Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) hatchback has become the fourth model to join the French carmaker’s 308 compact range. It joins the GT hatch, GT Premium hatch and GT Premium wagon petrol variants. First sold here in 2008 the 308 has never seriously challenged comparable models from Japan or South Korea for sales, but those loyal to the French brand have always loved it for its style, comfort and handling. The new 308 PHEV is Peugeot’s third plug-in petrol-electric hybrid, joining the 3008 GT Sport SUV and 508 Fastback… Read more


Peugeot has revealed its first fully-electric passenger car. Expected in the third quarter of this year, the e-2008 is a small SUV that will be priced from $59,990 plus on-roads. Pre-orders are being taken now, but stocks will be limited. Except for the fact the e-2008 was actually launched way back in 2019 overseas, it might be mildly exciting. Peugeot’s Kate Gillis said the EV is an eagerly anticipated addition to the local range as the company continues its journey to electrification. “We are confident the e-2008 will provide discerning… Read more

PEUGEOT 308, 2008-2021

Peugeot 308 is a small-medium French car that’s well regarded for style and comfort. It has never reached the sales heights of the likes of models in its class from Hyundai, Mazda and Toyota and so on. But those who like driving something out of the ordinary should put a Peugeot 308 somewhere on their short list. Despite its styling flair the 308’s designers hadn’t forgotten about function, it has a good-sized rear seat for its class, and sensible luggage space. Indeed, European owners regard cars in the Peugeot 308… Read more