What should I be paying?
Unlike the 3008 which now has a four-wheel drive option thanks to the most-powerful plug-in hybrid variant, the 5008 is still front-wheel drive only. That does make the range easier to understand though, with just three trim levels and four engines to choose from.
The trim levels are now Active Premium+, Allure Premium+ and GT, with the former kicking off the range at £33,500 when paired with the little three-cylinder petrol and the eight-speed auto gearbox. If you want to go for that base trim your only other engine option is the lesser 1.5-litre diesel, starting at £35,460. Active Premium+ is pretty well equipped as standard, with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, cloth trim, a reversing camera, 17-inch wheels (great for the ride quality) and LED headlights.
Above that is Allure Premium+ at an entry price of £35,900. Again your only other option is the 1.5-litre diesel (go for the small turbo petrol) at £37,750. This trim adds the larger 10-inch infotainment screen, 3D connected navigation with TomTom live updates and voice recognition. It also ups the wheels to 18-inches, adds tables to the back of the front seats and turns the trim into half-leather.
Top spec GT trim opens up access to the full engine range with prices starting at £37,400 and going all the way up to £40,710 for the 2.0-litre diesel. For the money you get an improved and adaptive cruise control system, plus extended driver assistance systems, more chrome trim and many premium trims inside.
At the time of writing Peugeot has monthly PCP deals starting at £378 per month on a 47 month deal with a near-as-makes-no-difference £5,000 deposit. That’ll get you in an Active Premium+ iteration, whereas the same deposit and contract length will see you paying £454 for GT trim.