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Whatever is going on in Peugeot's design department needs to keep happening because it keeps producing some of the most attractive models in many market segments.
Out of the sea of small SUV options available today, the 2023 Peugeot 2008, with its distinctive good looks, is guaranteed to stand out, arguably besting top competitors like the Vauxhall Mokka, Ford Puma, Volkswagen T-Roc and the Hyundai Kona in aesthetics.
For 2023, Peugeot facelifts the 2008, a nameplate that already looked impressive in its old iteration, adding a broader face, an imposing body-colored (black in some trims) grille, and the latest version of Peugeot’s signature three claw motif that serves as the LED daytime running lights. The back of the car also sees aesthetic updates with the addition of the Peugeot name across the liftgate and reshaped rear LEDs. The new SUV also ships with updated alloy wheel designs.
Inside, Peugeot maintains the familiar feel from the latest offerings in its lineup and adds some new tech, incorporating a newly designed high-mounted 10-inch digital instrument cluster (with 3D dials in the range-topping trims,) a larger standard 10-inch touchscreen infotainment display unit, and switching out the gear stick for a new toggle switch that now acts as the gear selector.
Another notable, not-as-exciting change to the 2023 Peugeot 2008 is a trimming down of the powertrain options. Peugeot ditches the diesel and the largest petrol engines from last year, making two 1.2-liter turbocharged engines the only selectable options.
The base 99-horsepower engine pairs with a six-speed manual transmission, while the slightly higher-powered 128-horsepower variants can be mated with either the same six-speed manual transmission or an eight-speed automatic alternative.