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The Top Gear car review:Peugeot 2008
On the inside
Layout, finish and space
It feels similar to a five-door 208 inside, with the addition of a few extra centimetres of headroom for rear passengers. It’s 65mm taller than the 208, the boot’s more useful and the floor is flush to the edge for easy loading. The rear seats fold flat, too. The cabin layout is familiar, though there’s an awkward new handbrake and refreshed materials – we particularly liked the optional coppery air vent surrounds and hessian-effect dash trim.