Peugeot’s 308 SW will go on sale this June priced from £14,395. As in the 308 hatch, the SW will be available with five petrol units starting with the entry-level 95bhp 1.4, and then the 1.6-litre engine available with 120bhp, 140bhp, 150bhp or 175bhp.Diesel options include a 1.6-litre HDi in 90bhp and 110bhp tune, and a 136bhp 2.0 litre as the range-topping oil-burner. The 308 SW will need to be good to justify the list price. Hyundai’s recently launched i30 estate starts at just £12,999 for a 1.6–litre petrol model, and Ford also makes a 1.6-litre Focus estate for £14,150.But the 308 SW does have the advantage of two extra, fully removable seats that make it a seven-seater; the system is optional on the lower-spec models and standard on the top-spec SE.Other trim levels include the S and SR, which come with a steel roof and folding split rear bench in place of the panoramic glass roof and removable second row of seats that are standard in the Sport and SE. The 308 SW range stretches from the 1.4-litre S model at £14,395 right through to the 308 2.0 HDi 136, which will set you back £20,845 when bought with the six-speed automatic gearbox.Click here to read more about the Peugeot 308 SW, and come back to autocar.co.uk next week for our first drive.