Now finally making big strides forward after years of lolling around in the doldrums, thanks to cars like the gorgeous RCZ, the smart new 208 and 508 saloon.
£7,979 - £9,579
Third in the
trilogy of city cars produced with Toyota and Citroen. Perky and neat, but
unless you’ve got some kind of strange lion fetish buy the Toyota Aygo.
£9,149 - £15,429
Due for replacement soon, let’s hope the French firm does better with the next gen.
£15,799 - £18,779
tin-top cabrio breed, this is a decent new version of one of the originals. But it says a lot of the 207 range that this CC is our favourite.
£11,149 - £16,829
Oddly effective yet equally oddly undesirable entry in the small estate
class. Not Peugeot's finest hour, if we're honest.
Peugeot needed to be bold to regain ground in a sector it once led. Say bonjour to the bold 208
£16,314 - £22,814
Peugeot is late to the mini-MPV market, but don't panic - the French have done a pretty god job with it.
£26,995 - £27,995
A hybrid that can actually tackle slopes, the 3008 is part of Peugeot’s renaissance
£14,399 - £20,764
Distinctly average offering from Peugeot - needs to up its game against the competition.
£20,124 - £26,564
Peugeot's aiming for increased quality with its latest hatch - only time will tell. Unlike the face, which is instantly ugly. More luxury inside, and it's bigger too.
£15,399 - £22,414
When we said
the 308 falls short, we didn’t mean we wanted them to physically make it
longer. But in fairness they’ve improved it by adding a huge load area.
£17,164 - £24,164
The seven-seat family-friendly cousin to the 3008 is much of the same, just a bit more practical
£17,304 - £27,904
At last, a decent saloon from Peugeot and something to challenge the Mondeo on company car lists.
£20,364 - £29,114
Can the RCZ ensure Peugeot’s darkest days are behind it? let’s hope so...