Driven: Peugeot 5008
Posted: 20 May 2010
The big punches come in the practicality. All five of the rear seats fold flat, creating a loadspace large enough for a couple of small cows, say, or an entire midget orchestra. Cubbyholes and storage bins abound, and there's even the option of a pair of excellent video screens in the back of the front seat headrests (£510). The giant glass roof - standard on top-spec versions - is fantastic, giving the rear passengers a panoramic view of the pigeon that's about to crap directly onto the glass, but it cuts into rear-seat headroom: if you're planning on putting People With Large Heads back there, uncheck that option box.