Peugeot was founded in France at the beginning of the 19th century, although it was not until the end of the century that Peugeot began its venture into the world of motoring. It was one of the founder's descendants who, anticipating the breakthrough of motor vehicles, took the decision without hesitation. Throughout its history, Peugeot has won numerous awards, including 6 European Car of the Year awards, 9 in Spain, 5 in Italy and 2 in Ireland. There is no doubt that this brand has built up a good reputation, the quality of its cars and their durability has been tested over time, making it a good choice when buying a second hand car.
In 2021, it merged with Fiat Chyisler Automobiles and becomes part of the Stellantis group, the fourth largest group worldwide in terms of sales and the third largest in terms of revenues.
Interested in buying a used Peugeot? This brand is very popular and its vehicles are well finished, high quality cars that stand the test of time. Whether you buy a used or new Peugeot, you won't regret it.
Among the most popular models our customers ask us about are the following:
Peugeot 108 is undoubtedly the brand's most affordable car and also the cheapest to maintain. Some people think that the entry-level range is often poorly equipped or of much lower quality, but this is no longer the case and we are seeing more and more compact cars at low prices that come with extras such as the infotainment screen. So is this second-hand Peugeot worth it? Let's get to know it a little better.
It's an affordable car, but when you look at it you can see that they've cut costs in a smart way without lowering the final quality. Five doors, available with roof or cabrio and only one type of engine; the rear windows are folding and cannot be opened all the way. Small details that don't dampen the feel of this car, which is good from the moment we sit down. From the outside it has a striking and modern style, we like it at first glance and surely more than one head will turn to look at it in detail.
It's a very small car, but inside you'll feel the opposite. We're not talking about magic, nor about hidden dimensions by means of some spell; when we sit behind the steering wheel we'll feel comfortable, with enough legroom and technologically equipped as if we were in a higher range. In the rear, although it will fit two adults, it's a little more limited, although for short journeys it's not a major drawback. The boot is of a similar size to the competition, enough for everyday use without any major problems.
The standard equipment is quite comprehensive; there are extras that make you feel you are in a more expensive car than it actually cost.
It's a nimble car, ideal for anyone looking for a small vehicle to get around town. It could even work as a family car, but when the kids grow up you'll need something with a bit more room in the back seats. As a first car it's also an option to consider, its size and ease of driveability helping you gain confidence behind the steering wheel.
As alternatives to the Peugeot 108 we find the Toyota Aygo, Citroën C1, Volkswagen Up! or Hyundai i10 among others. As you can see, there is a lot of competition in this segment of cars, which, although small, can even be useful for a short getaway.
Peugeot 208 is a popular car with an attractive design, sleek lines and an interior with attention to detail. The brand has always tried to make this series an accessible model but at the same time competitive with its rivals, so if you are thinking of buying it second hand we recommend you read on to find out more about it.
This model of car is practical and comfortable for almost any use you want to make of it, and its fuel consumption is usually low. It's a car that's built to last, so it's possible to find good prices if you're not looking for a new car. In the latest overhaul Peugeot has completely redesigned the interior of the car, giving it a modern feel that we like.
This model is one of those that if you buy it, you won't regret it. Alternatives to the Peugeot 208 are the Renault Clio, Citroën C3, Ford Fiesta, Opel Corsa or Volkswagen Polo among others.
Peugeot 2008 is the brand's proposal in the compact SUV segment. It has an attractive design and many new features inside, so if you were looking for a comfortable car with enough space, this model may fit the bill.
The first thing that immediately catches our eye from the outside is its beautiful design; from the outside it conveys the feeling of a modern car, a feeling that is corroborated when we sit inside and look at the digital treatment it has on its instrument panel and 7-inch infotainment screen. There are plenty of animations and graphics that show how carefully Peugeot has taken care of the software, something that users of the brand will undoubtedly appreciate.
Depending on the version, we will find a more or less luxurious finish, with stitching on the dashboard and other elements made of carbon fibre. What all versions do include is the aforementioned infotainment screen, as well as connection to Android Auto and Apple Carplay.
Depending on the version, we will find a more or less fancy finish, with stitching on the dashboard and other elements made of carbon fibre. What all versions do include is the aforementioned infotainment screen, as well as connection to Android Auto and Apple Carplay.
The Peugeot 2008 is a car that is easy to drive at low speeds in the city, and its extra height gives great visibility behind the steerwheel. It is a very versatile car, so you will feel comfortable both on short journeys and on longer trips with the family. The boot is within the average of its segment, with 434 litres it doesn't stand out from its competitors, although if we fold down the seats we find a generous 1467 litres of capacity; enough to go shopping at Ikea.
It is available with petrol engines of 100, 130 and 155 bhp, a 100 bhp diesel and a 136 bhp electric motor. As you can see, there is plenty to choose from, but if you are looking for the best value for money, it is advisable to find a good deal on a used one, as in general all engines perform well.
Alternatives to the Peugeot 2008 would be the SEAT Arona, Renault Captur and Volkswagen T-Cross among others. If you are interested you can visit us and we will advise you.
Peugeot 308 is a car with a large boot within its range that will satisfy families that require that extra space and a quality cabin in which to travel in comfort. Over the years, and especially in the latest versions, this model has become more and more sporty, both aesthetically and in terms of performance.
This model stands out for its interior and design, high quality materials that give shape to a cabin in which you will feel comfortable. Its 412-litre boot is larger than some of its competitors, such as the Volkswagen Golf, Hyundai i30, Ford Focus or Mercedes A-Class.
Versions from 2021 onwards feature a completely revamped infotainment system and a 10-inch touchscreen, which is larger than average for other vehicles. The instrument cluster is also digital and offers detailed vehicle information at all times, and is simple to use. All in all it feels like a modern car, refreshed and adapted to the times.
It is available with petrol or diesel engines. There is also a recent hybrid engine, although in this case it will be more difficult to find second-hand and we will have to buy it new. The price for a new one starts at €28,000; a price that rises to around €38,800 for the range-topping plug-in hybrid.
Alternatives to the Peugeot 308 would be the Ford Focus, Volkswagen Golf, Opel Astra, Skoda Octavia, SEAT Leon, Renault Megane, Hyundai i30, Kia Ceed or Fiat Tipo among other models.
Peugeot 3008 is a mid-size SUV with a fully digital colour instrument panel and features that make it a very interesting option in its segment. Let's get to know some of the details that make this car one of the best crossovers.
The first thing to highlight is the standard equipment provided with the Peugeot 3008, which we will go into more depth later on. It also comes with good quality materials and up to date technology. The interior is spacious, both in the front and rear seats; it also has a boot capacity of 520 litres, one of the largest compared to its competitors.
The Peugeot 3008 is a delight to drive, with the soundproofed interior contributing to comfort on long journeys. Behind the steering wheel we feel a firm ride with good grip on the road, so we will enjoy driving on winding roads.
Standard equipment is generous and includes useful features such as adaptive cruise control, which adjusts to the vehicle in front. A digital colour cockpit is also standard, as is automatic emergency braking and unintentional lane changing warning.
In summary, it is a good family car, with plenty of space and adequate safety equipment. If you are interested, it is available new from 21000€, although if you want the hybrid version the price starts at 29000€. If we can find it second-hand or low mileage, we could save a good amount of money.
It is available in petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid. According to official figures, the latter has an electric range of up to 54 kilometres and an average fuel consumption of 1.1 litres per 100 kilometres. The diesel and petrol engines consume between 3.33 and 4.3 litres per 100 kilometres on average.
Alternatives to the Peugeot 3008 include the Nissan Qashqai, Seat Ateca and Volkswagen Tiguan, among others.
Peugeot 508 arrives with a luxurious interior and a modern exterior that attracts our attention. If you like cars with space but you're not quite convinced by the SUVs that are so fashionable, then this model may be the one for you.
The interior is neat and technological, with a highly configurable instrument cluster display and a touchscreen infotainment screen on the dashboard. The basic equipment is quite comprehensive, with dual zone climate control, push button start, cruise control with speed limiter, rear parking sensors, bluetooth connectivity, usb inputs and the 8-inch central touchscreen. More comprehensive versions include adaptive cruise control, a 10-inch screen, more speakers and a fully electric driver's seat among other extras. Whichever version you choose, you'll feel like you're in a car that's luxuriously appointed, comfortable and spacious enough for long journeys with the family.
The rear seats are not as spacious as in an SUV, but they are large enough for two adults to travel comfortably. In the case of children, up to three can fit without a problem. The 587-litre boot is quite roomy compared to other models, although if you need more space, the rear seats can be folded down to 1537 litres.
Driving feels precise and agile despite the front-wheel drive, with the rear offering the best control. The GT and 180 hp petrol versions also offer ride control that adds some driving modes, although there are no major differences.
In terms of engines, it is available in petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid with a range of up to 50 kilometres and 224 hp. The most basic diesel version has 130 hp and an automatic or manual gearbox, the other versions have an automatic gearbox that is quite easy to drive. The hybrid version of the Peugeot 508 takes an average of 7 hours to recharge from a domestic power socket, but if you use a fast-charger, the time is shortened to 1 hour and 40 minutes.
The price range for a new Peugeot 508 is between €27,000 for the 130 hp Active version and €51,000 for the top of the range hybrid version. The cheapest hybrid version is priced from €31,000 and the 0 km version from €23,000.
Alternatives to the Peugeot 508 would be the Ford Mondeo, Opel Insignia or Skoda Superb among others.
Peugeot 5008 is the natural evolution of the old MPV into a car that is more adapted to our times, and what is trendy nowadays is the crossover style. If we look for it second hand, it is possible that we will find what was the brand's star MPV, with space for 7 people, large boot capacity and comfortable to drive.
The current Peugeot 5008 has a large boot space, up to 780 litres if the two extra seats are not used; in the case of using the 7 seats the boot capacity is reduced to 166 litres. The instrument cluster is fully digital, as in the coupé version, and the 10-inch touchscreen infotainment screen offers a good experience. Depending on the version, there is a level 2 semi-autonomous driving system, adaptive cruise control which is ideal for traffic jams, 360° camera, night vision and emergency braking among other features.
It is not yet available with a hybrid or electric engine; it is still available with petrol and diesel engines with a power output of 130 or 180 hp. Prices range from €29,746 to €45,560 for the top-of-the-range version.
Alternatives to the Peugeot 5008 could be the Kia Sorento, Nissan X-Trail, Seat Tarraco and Skoda Kodiaq. In its MPV version we can compare it with the Seat Alhambra or the Renault Grand Scenic. Which one do you choose?
Do you need a large capacity vehicle for your business or to build a motorhome to travel with? A second-hand Peugeot Boxer could be the solution, if you want you can come to our second-hand dealership and we will advise you with no obligation.
Peugeot Boxer stands out for being one of those that offer more space and with an engine that gives us good response and also consumes very little fuel, which is always appreciated. The most basic engine already gives a good response in most situations that we can find and we will only miss some more power if we go fully loaded and on terrain with large slopes.
It is an attractive looking van that has managed to adapt to the new times, with a digital display and comfortable, spacious seats in the front area that will allow us to travel comfortably. Its steering is precise and we can travel through the city in total comfort.
Front-wheel drive, average fuel consumption between 7 litres and 9 litres per 100 kilometres, depending on whether it is in the city or on the road. Bluetooth, central locking, speed and stability control, air conditioning and trip computer are standard. Extras include electric folding mirrors, touchscreen navigation, alarm and climate control, among other options.
The price is between 19000€ for the most basic 120hp version and 25000€ for the more complete and more powerful version, although it is possible to find second-hand offers at a good price. If you are interested in modifying it, you would then have to add the camperisation service, so if you can find it second-hand you will save a good amount.
Alternatives to the Peugeot Boxer would be Ford Transit, Mercedes Sprinter or Mercedes Vito.