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Our Fleet Test Drive: Peugeot 3008 - 6th Report

Date: 12 August 2010   |   Author: Guy Bird

Window winder
Category: mini-MPV/crossover
P11D price: £19,030
Key rival: Nissan Qashqai

The revelation that the 3008 Sport only has manual rear window winders has come as a shock to my five- and six-year old kids, who don't know they're born and have only used electric ones previously.

It has created new logistics issues though. From child seats they find manual opening and closing tricky as the winders are low down (if car sickness kicks in a quicker solution for fresh air is preferable). Also, manual winders can't be locked so no electronic driver's veto is possible if they fiddle with them. Still, by and large it's good to get their arms working for once.

Peugeot 3008 1.6 110 HDi Sport 5dr 6spd manual
Claimed combined
Our average consumption42.0mpg
P11D price£19,030
Model price range£16,695-£22,795
CO2 (tax) 137g/km/19%
BIK 20/40% per month£60/£121
Service intervalup to 12,500mls/2yrs
Insurancegroup 15E
Boot space (min/max)512/1604 litres
Engine size/power1560cc/110hp
Top speed/0-62mph112mph/12.2secs
Why we’re running itTo test the award-winning
car in the real world
PositiveFunctional boot,
high interior quality
NegativeSatnav details,
left-hand drive layout