Now that Peugeot Citroën South Africa is no longer a wholly owned subsidiary of the PSA Group, we’re starting to notice some strategic changes, including… Read more →
Updated with a bold new stance, it’s the introduction of two new engine options that have us most intrigued
Peugeot South Africa has launched its facelifted 2008 range in South Africa, with the new line-up comprising four derivatives. The expanded local range starts with… Read more →
Peugeot has just taken the wraps off its facelifted 2008 light crossover which will feature minor styling revisions on the interior and exterior and a… Read more →
CROSSOVERS occupy a classification no man’s land. They pander to those caught between the impractical size of an SUV and a town-friendly hatchback while exuding… Read more →
A few weeks ago we brought you news of Peugeot’s return to the arduous Dakar Rally. It seems that the French firm’s official motorsport arm,… Read more →
The Peugeot 2008 is what the company describes as a compact urban crossover, and it’s now available in South Africa. I understand the need for… Read more →
Peugeot South Africa revealed two all-new models – its all-new compact crossover, 2008, and the exciting, high-performance RCZ-R coupé – and displayed its entire local line-up at… Read more →
Peugeot is under the impression that traditional hatch buyers may be getting a tad bored with the segment. Not necessarily the small and agile nature of these bootless compact models, but perhaps the slightly limited practicality and urban-bound functionality of them. Certainly the not insignificant growth of the SUV segment in Europe and China, as well as the relative success of models like the Nissan Juke has suggested to this French manufacturer that there may be an opportunity to offer customers the same compact, agile, and free-spirited character of a B-segment hatch, but in a slightly more versatile and robust package.
With the 2013 Geneva Motor Show just around the corner, Peugeot has released details of its Nissan Juke rival, the 2008.