Peugeot 3008
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3 Owner Reviews
Date Reviewed
13 May 2020
Ride & Handling
THP Allure (2015)
Bought new, Owned for 2 Years
Fuel Economy: 40000.0 km/litre (0.0 L/100 km), RON95, Mileage: 15,000 km/month
    - No aircond compressor spare part and still waiting for more than 2 months already.
    - Call Peugeot Customer Care more than 10 times since March 2020 but no answer
To Improve
Don't buy Peugeot Car
No, I would not recommend this car
Date Reviewed
17 July 2019
Ride & Handling
THP Allure (2013)
Bought new, Owned for 4 Years
    - Stable
    - Handling not bad
    - Pick up performance not bad
    - Lots of small issues
    - Air cond problem
    - Sensor problem
    - Mostly electrical problems
To Improve
Improve the technology.
No, I would not recommend this car
Date Reviewed
8 April 2018
Ride & Handling
THP Allure (2016)
Bought new, Owned for 1 Year
Fuel Economy: 11.0 km/litre (9.1 L/100 km), RON97, Mileage: 2,000 km/month
    Nice car design - internal + external. Good viewability (except for rear view but not too bad!)
    Fast pickup - very nippy!.
    Very good and tight turning radius.
    Quiet engine noise - internal and external.
    Nice and useful i-Cockpit design and vehicle automation / user-interface.
    Having issues with Waze and Google Maps navigation apps on my phone working with Android Auto - to display on the centre screen (and also on the i-Cockpit screen)! Pls fix this - URGENT!!!

    SAFETY Features that has been removed for the Malaysian market (stupid!):
    - AEB (Automatic Emergency Braking)
    - Blind Spot Detection on side rear view mirrors
    - No open rooftop option for M'sian market

    Brakes are a bit too "stiff" - leading to jerky braking.
    Small steering wheel makes the car too sensitive to slight steering movements - may be a safety issue when driving at high speeds!

    Other Features removed:
    - Adaptive Cruise Control

    Ground clearance in the front is too low for anything more than very gentle off-roading (although middle and rear ground clearance is good).
    No 4-WD option.
    Back seat row has the rear air-con vent jutting into leg space a bit too much!
    Air-con not very effective in our hot humid tropical weather in M'sia - you'll need to tint your windscreen/windows with V-Kool 99% Infra-Red and UV radiant energy cutoff specs - abt RM 4000+/- !) - and you may also want to apply a heat reducing coat polish on the vehicle roof.
To Improve
Improve ground clearance at vehicle front.

But back all the main SAFETY Features that have been removed for the local market.
I bought this vehicle largely because of its Safety features (Euro NCAAP safety and other rankings etc. that was advertised) - only to find I don't have it after purchase. This is the kind of consumer fraud that puts life at risk!

Put in Adaptive Cruise Control
Yes, I would recommend this car

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