Skoda Karoq SPORTLINE 2019

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Oh yes, it’s another dinky SUV. But it’s hard to be angry at something wearing the face of a robotic chipmunk like this Peugeot 2008 does.It’s an aesthetically pleasing thing all round, really, looking like it was designed from the off as an individual model. As opposed to the old 2008, which had the demeanour of a 208 hatchback carrying Christmas weight. This new one looks big, mind, and indeed it’s longer and more commodious than before.

Fancy dials,
great petrol engines and a decent EV

Firm (ish) ride,
pricey if you tick too many boxes

Eye-catching design inside and out
Broad range of engine options
Cabin is spacious, plus big boot

Top-spec models can be pricey
3D digital dials take some getting used to
Driving position still won’t suit all

Stylish inside and out with plenty of substance to match, the Peugeot 2008 is a polished and practical small SUV. Its ride and handling may not particularly inspire, and the high-spec models are incredibly pricey, but the lower-end – and still decently equipped – versions are thoroughly recommendable.

Brilliant interior quality
Excellent rear seat space
Frugal engines

Bumpy low speed ride
Top models are very expensive
Average-size boot with rear seats up

Engine and Performance

Double overhead cam (DOHC)

Telescopic steering wheel:

On steering wheel:

Audio and cruise Controls On Steering Wheel

More in Convenience:

PEUGEOT Open & Go (keyless entry and push button start)

Visio Park 1 with 180 degree Colour reversing camera

PEUGEOT i-Cockpit with compact steering wheel

Programmable cruise control and speed limiter

Electric power steering with reach and rake adjustable steering column

Weights and capacites

Cargo Capacity with Seats in Place:

External Temperature Display:

More Power Features:

Electric heated and power folding door mirrors

One touch electric front/rear windows with pinch protection

Front Seats Features:

Driver and front passenger seat manual adjustment in longitudinal and back rest angle

Driver and front passenger seat mechanical height adjustment

Driver and front passenger sport seats

Rear Seats Features:

1/3 to 2/3 split folding rear seats

More Comfort Features:

Automatic air conditioning

Frameless electrochrome interior rear view mirror

Tailgate with heated rear windscreen and wiper blade

6-Speaker radio, MP3 compatible

Bluetooth® telephone facility

Smartphone docking station

10″ Capacitive colour touchscreen

Smartphone charging plate

Smart phone docking station

Voice recognition for radio, navigation and telephony features

More in Glass and Roof:

Black front wing trim with gloss black detail and GT badging

Full LED headlights with smartbeam assist

Gloss black window surround

Diamond black rear spoiler

Rear windscreen wiper triggered automatically in reverse gear

LED side indicator lights integrated into door mirrors

Headlights left on audible warning

Dual front side-mounted airbags:

Emergency braking assist:

Rear door child safety locks:

Auto delay off headlamps:

Tire pressure monitoring:

More Safety Features:

Active blind spot monitoring

Automatic hazard light activation upon heavy brake application

Speed limit recognition and recommendation

airbag deactivation function

Active safety brake with night fuction/cyclists/pedestrians

Front and rear three-point retractable seatbelts, with force limiters

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Peugeot e-2008 — Electric Crossover (ENG)

Cappuccino Beige Metallic

100kW (or 136hp) electric motor

Full Charge Time:

eight hours using the kind of 7.4kW for a full charge.80% of the vehicle charge in 30 minutes** from a 100kW charging station

Skoda’s smallest SUV is a comfortable, class-leading family car.

Very comfortable
Seriously practical
Generous standard kit
Finance offers are very competitive

Not as sharp to drive as some rivals
1.0-litre petrol engine struggles on motorways
Lack of super-low-emissions engine
Looks very similar to larger Kodiaq

The Karoq is an accomplished crossover that will slot effortlessly into family life. It’s practical, comfortable, and packed with clever touches inside and out.

Roomy interior
Generously equipped
Cheaper than a Tiguan

Not as engaging to drive as rivals
DSG gearbox isn’t the best
Less characterful than its predecessor, the Yeti

The Skoda Karoq is a spacious family car with a big boot. It’s easy to drive and comfortable – so long as you avoid the big wheels – but Edition models are expensive

Very practical
Solid build quality
Comfortable with smaller wheels

Big wheels amplify bumps
The 115hp petrol’s underpowered
Top-of-the-range model is expensive

Small SUVs launch in abundance but thanks to electric power and great interior tech, this is among the most interesting.

The Peugeot 2008 is an SUV you can buy with your heart and your head. It’s cheap to run, easy to drive and has a big boot but, alas, the back seats aren’t that spacious.

Stylish design
3D infotainment display
Fun and cheap to run

Noisy diesel
Tight back seats
Sluggish automatic gearbox

The e-2008 has a great interior that offers a decent amount of space, but the car’s appeal is limited by its high list price and disappointing battery range compared with those of the best rivals.

Refined interior
Relatively spacious
Impressive build quality

Rivals have longer range
Firm ride

Fuel Economy Info:

Urban /Extra urban- 46.3 (6.1)/62.8 (4.5) mpg (l/100km) UK

Boot package (2 folding hooks and nets)

Four foldable roof handles, with clothes hooks rear

Maximum Towing Capacity un-break:

Glovebox (illuminated and cooled)

Removable LED torch in the boot

Storage box in upper central dashboard — closed

Height adjustable driver seat

Height adjustable driver and passenger seat

Lumbar support for front seats

Two reading lights front (for driver and passenger

Small «bags» on inside of front seats

Foldable table on front seat backrests

Driver and passanger seat mechanical height adjustment

Driver and passanger sport seats

Chrome interior door handles

Second-Row Bench Seat — 60/40 Fold Flat

Independent type McPherson


Automatic headlight contro

Light assistant (including coming home, leaving home and tunnel light)

Umbrella under passenger seat

Pre heating functionality

Android Auto and MirrorLink

8 inch touchscreens with colour graphic display

USB ports 2 front and 2 rear

Electrically adjustable, heated and foldable door mirrors with auto dimming and boarding spots

Body coloured door mirrors and handles

Halogen headlights with LED daytime running lights

Rear LED lights (low functionality)

Front windshield wiper Aero incl. front wiper-speed switch with frequency selector

SportLine badge on front fender

Wheel bolts with anti-theft protection

Front Assist with predictive pedestrian protection

Seat belt reminder for all seats

Three three-point seat belts rear

Front assist radar scanning of the space in front of the car, automatic braking

Automatic fuel cut off in case of crash

Automatic door unlocking in case of crash

Safety Reflectors on front doors


Speed limit recognition and recondation

Black upholstery with red seams

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Converted from British Pound

The 2008’s identity crisis is partly solved, but as this is a mild update rather than ground-up rebuild, it was never going to be the CX-3 killer product planners dream about. With the new engine and transmission, though, the range is more appealing and easier to make sense of.
It retains what made the car so original at launch, with the polarising i-Cockpit, clever-on-a-budget interior detailing and, as it turns out, it’s a tough customer loved by rural folk.
All of this won’t rocket the Frenchie to market leadership, but it puts it in the mix where it was previously too confusing an idea for many buyers.

New engine and trans combo
Interior still cool
CarPlay across the range

Tight rear seats
Grumbly engine at low revs
Some cheap plastics

The new-look 2017 Peugeot 2008 has arrived,with the more muscled looking mini SUV axing its diesel engine offering and adding new safety and technology equipment.
The new model range is a petrol only affair, with the brand’s 1.2-litre three-cylinder turbo engine and six-speed automatic transmission aimed at appealing squarely at the majority of front-wheel-drive SUV buyers.
Styling wise, the revised 2008 sees the adoption of the brand’s family look, with a more pronounced grille, more angular bumper and revised headlights and tail-lights. The GT-Line model stands out from the other models with extra body cladding, black exterior highlights and more.

Electronic Steering wheel

Park Assist (automatic parallel parking system)

One touch’, anti-pinch, electric windows (All)

Remote control central locking

Large multifunction (7″) colour Touch Screen

LED instrument dial suround

Passenger and driver sunvisors with vanity mirrors

Driver seat height adjustment

Premium GT Line interior trim

Passenger seat height adjustment

2/3 1/3 rear bench with one touch fold

Automatic Dual Zone Air Conditioning

9.2 inch touchscreens with colour graphic display

7″ Multifunction colour touchscreen with steering wheel mounted controls

Satellite Navigation (including 5 years European mapping updates) and Peugeot Connect SOS and Assistance

Mirror Screen® & Apple CarPlay

USB socket and 3.5mm jack for external audio device

2 front and 2 rear speakers plus 2 tweeters

Cielo Panoramic Glass Roo

Visibility pack: Automatic lights and wipers with Electrochrome rear view mirror

Colour coded door handles

Rear Sports Spoiler — Colour coded

Front and rear scuff plates

Black chrome radiator grille with embossed pendant design, gloss black surround and red Peugeot lettering

Electrically operated and heated door mirrors with electric folding operation

Fog lamps with gloss black surrounds

Rear ‘Claw’ effect LED lights

Cornering assist fog lights

Automatic Hazard Light Activation (activates when emergency braking)

airbag deactivation switch

Thatcham approved Cat 2 immobiliser

Rear seat 3-point ISOFIX location mounts x 2

3-point rear seat belts x 3

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