The facelifted 5008 looks good, and the interior is both practical and much more luxurious than before.
Not a full blown replacement like the new 308, but markedly improved style and ambience. How does it stack up against the new Qashqai we wondered?
A very rapid 2-seater that the willing mind would accept as a practical daily commuter too.
As well as looking so very sleek, the new Pug has shed the equivalent of 2 adults in weight and it really shows in performance, handling, and running costs.
For £1000 more than the 208 hatchback, the 2008 crossover gives you much more space and the definite impression of a bigger car.
The most convincing heir yet to the 205 GTi hot hatch crown. The 208 GTi is quick and combines great handling with a compliant ride. Plus the company car costs won’t break the bank.
Smart and city slick as she goes.
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