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All the latest information on Peugeot's 308 range. Read expert and owner Peugeot 308 reviews, including full performance figures, running costs, practicality, safety and handling statistics and options data. Browse the photo gallery and get accurate pricing for any Peugeot 308.

Plus, get a great deal on new Peugeot 308 cars for sale and a range of used Peugeot 308 cars for sale.

Latest reviews

We have 3 reviews of recent Peugeot 308 models:

  • Understated and underrated hatchback hero – GTi is a highlight

    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £20,000 - £29,920

    PROS

    • Good looking modern hatch
    • Refreshingly simple-looking interior
    • Largest boot in the class
    • Excellent running costs

    CONS

    • Intense competition
    • Frustrating touchscreen
    • No hybrid or electric version
    • Cramped rear seat space
    Read full review
  • Parkers rating: 4.5 out of 5 4.5
    New price: £20,950 - £29,330

    PROS

    • Plenty of boot space
    • Rear seats fold totally flat
    • Excellent engines
    • Ultra-low CO2 BlueHDi version
    • Upmarket interior

    CONS

    • Touchscreen controls can be fiddly
    • Lack of underfloor boot storage
    • Tough rivals
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  • Parkers rating: 3.5 out of 5 3.5
    New price: £25,475 - £27,325

    PROS

    • Excellent petrol engine
    • Looks great
    • Loaded with kit
    • Has hot hatch potential
    • Seriously comfortable

    CONS

    • We prefer regular 308
    • Handling disconcerting at speed
    • Diesel doesn’t make sense
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Older reviews

Hatchback (2 reviews)

2014 onwards

  • Parkers rating: 4.1 out of 5 4.1
    New price: £27,605 - £29,205
    PROS
    • Subtle styling
    • Engine flexibility
    • Brakes and differential on GTi 270, interior quality
    CONS
    • Subtle styling
    • Divisive Coupe Franche paint
    • Long-throw manual gearbox
    • Financially pointless GTi 250
    Read full review

2007 - 2014

Estate (1 review)

2007 - 2014

  • Parkers rating: 3.5 out of 5 3.5
    Used price: £1,063 - £6,620
    PROS

    Available with seven seats, cavernous and versatile boot, economical diesels

    CONS

    Five-speed gearbox is poor, ungainly rear styling, other estates are better value for money, jittery ride

    Read full review

Convertible (1 review)

2007 - 2014

  • Parkers rating: 2.5 out of 5 2.5
    Used price: £1,733 - £8,229
    PROS
    • Decent choice of engines
    • Quiet at motorway speeds
    • Little wind buffeting with roof down
    CONS
    • Lifeless steering
    • Pointless rear seats
    • Poor ride quality
    • Awkward rear styling
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