Facelifted Peugeot 3008 revealed at the Frankfurt motor show, Hybrid4 version also expected
Darren Moss
10 September 2013

The facelifted Peugeot 3008 has been launched at the Frankfurt motor show.

Details surrounding the facelifted 3008 remain scarce, although it is clear the car does benefit from the same front-end redesign seen on the facelifted 5008 MPV. Most notable are new chrome linings around the front fog lights.

Minor interior changes have also been shown, while engine choices are expected to mirror those of the 5008. That means a range of 1.6 and 2.0-litre petrol and diesel units. A Hybrid4 version, utlising a 2.0-litre diesel engine in conjunction with an electric motor, will also be available.

The car has been shown alongside the 208 Hybrid FE, the 308 R and the facelifted 5008 at the show.

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27 August 2013

If the did something about the slab sides and maybe made the tail lights bigger, this thing would be good looking.

27 August 2013

When will this facelifted 3008 hit the showrooms then? I'm guessing early 2014, like the facelifted 5008 revealed yesterday.


10 September 2013

I always see 3008 as an SUV-MPV and seen as that it looks quite good. Perhaps the best looking MPV though arguably not the best looking SUV.

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