Android radio peugeot 508
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Peugeot 508 review
If you need a large family car, but don’t want to be too sensible just yet, the Peugeot 508 could be the model for you. If a Volkswagen Passat is a smart shirt-and-chinos combo, the 508 is more of a sharp Givenchy suit, probably worn by a model smoking Gauloise outside a Left Bank cafe. It’s tres cool.
But while its stylish five-door coupe body looks great, the back seats are noticeably more cramped than in alternatives such as the Skoda Superb.
Okay, so you might have to put up with a few complaints from tall passengers in the back, but you certainly can’t accuse the Android radio peugeot 508 interior of being boring. Its dashboard design is far more interesting than most alternatives and all models come with two large infotainment screens that make the cabin look bang-up-to-date.
If you’re more interested in old-fashioned, solid build quality, however, the Peugeot 508 might not be the car for you. It’s certainly not terrible, but the Peugeot’s materials don’t feel as consistently brilliant as those in a Skoda Superb. But driving the Peugeot 508 feels much sportier than pottering about in the Skoda thanks to the 508’s low-set driving position. Not everyone will be a fan of its small steering wheel, though.
If you’re a tall person sitting in the back, you’ll feel more crushed than cocooned. The Peugeot 508’s rear seat isn’t great for headroom and isn’t overly generous with knee room either.
The boot isn’t the biggest – look to a Superb if that what matters most to you – but the Android radio peugeot 508 large hatchback door makes loading bulky items relatively easy, even if you do have to lift them over a slight boot lip.
So, the Peugeot 508’s practicality might not be particularly impressive, but if you’re considering a sporty-looking saloon car, you’ll likely have more than a passing interest in how it drives – and you won’t be too disappointed. The Peugeot 508 is fun to drive down a twisty road, but also manages to smooth out bumps quite effectively too.
The Peugeot 508 isn’t quite so clever when it comes to autonomous driving tech, however. It’s available with active cruise control and lane assist, but these systems aren’t as sophisticated as those you’ll find in a Volvo V60.
The Android radio peugeot 508 1.6-litre petrol engines will soon take your mind off that. With either 180 or 225hp, both sound sporty, can accelerate past slower-moving traffic easily and maintain a decent lick on twisting B roads.
If you regularly drive long distances, however, you’ll want a diesel car and the 130hp 1.5-litre model is your best option. Quick would be the wrong word, but it has plenty of punch for motorway driving and should manage more than 60mpg at a cruise.
For ultimate fuel economy, there’s a plug-in hybrid version. You can drive around 30 miles on electricity alone and combined with the higher-powered petrol, it has a claimed 217mpg. Although you’ll have to drive like a saint to actually achieve that figure.
Other family cars are better built and more spacious, but if that all sounds a bit too ‘pipe and slippers’ for you, then the 508’s stylish design and fun drive make it worthy of a place on your shortlist. Check out how much you could save in the Peugeot 508 deals section.
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