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The roots of the Peugeot company can be traced way back to 1810 when a family-run business trading under that name was formed. Originally the company manufactured and sold coffee mills and bicycles. It didn’t make its move into powered vehicles until 1889 when family member Armand Peugeot released a steam-powered tricycle. For the modern models produced by the company you can find PDF versions of the official owner’s manuals on this page.


Browse by Peugeot Model (6 in total)

108

Classed as a city car due to its tiny package, the 108 first came onto the market in the 2014 model year. It is manufactured in the same plant as the Toyota Aygo and Citroen C1 and is almost 100% exactly the same car

2008

Classed as a subcompact crossover SUV, the Peugeot 2008 is the company's smallest SUV they have ever made. Original models were built using the Citroen C3 Picasso platform but later moved onto the Opel Mokka chassis

208

Classed as a supermini, the 208 took over from the older 207 line in 2012. These newer models featured improved technology and thanks to smarter materials were much lighter. Inside you can find a modern touchscreen infotainment system in the dashboard

3008

First introduced in 2009, the Peugeot 3008 has steadily increased in sales each year ever since thanks to its 5/5 safety score. It is classed as a compact crossover SUV and took over from the old 4007 and 4008 models before it. [...]

308

The Peugeot 308 replaced the 307 line in 2001. It's a compact car or small family car with an optional convertible version that came onto sale in 2009. A futuristic all-digital cockpit was added to the car as standard in 2020

5008

Replacing the 807 people carrier in 2009 was the 5008 model. This new line wasn't a people carrier/MPV and was instead a crossover SUV to better suit the publics changing taste in cars. It boasts 3-rows of seating that can be folded down

About Peugeot

A year later the company started selling an in-house produced car with an internal combustion engine provided by Panhard-Daimler.

As the family fell out with each other Armand branched off and launched the Société des Automobiles Peugeot company to focus on automobiles which have become the Peugeot we know today.

During World War 1 the company switched to producing military equipment.

Over the years the company has become a household name thanks to mass-producing affordable cars and their pedigree in Motorsport. You can find the Peugeot brand involved with the WRC, Dakar and Le Man 24 Hours at different times in history.

It is currently part of the PSA group and is in alliance with Citroen, Chrysler and General Motors in an attempt to share technology and reduce costs.

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