The Peugeot 508 was first released in Nigeria in 2015. It's a car that's great for those who prefer safe and comfortable rides.



The ​Peugeot 508 2017 model creates a top-class experience for people who love luxury-looking cars, from both internal and out. Peugeot 508 2017 model possesses a sweeping form and a completely unique front view that contains a new grille and LED headlights. Underneath the Peugeot 508`s tall, flat hood is a verticle grille, highlighted by the Peugeot Lion badge. Rearward, the effective bumper and the rectangular backlights upload to its angular, implementing appearance. Overall, the 508 possesses a neat, undeniable layout that properly draws conservative buyers.

Size-wise, the Peugeot 508 2017 measures as much as 4,830mm long, 1,853mm extensive, and 1,456mm tall. With such frame figures, the Peugeot 508 2017 is between the D-segment saloon that consists of the Volkswagen Passat (4,767mm), the Ford Mondeo (4,871), and the Vauxhall Insignia (4,842mm). 



Looking at its dimensions, the Peugeot 508 2017 has enough decent space. Hence, those who are tall, wouldn't need to struggle for head or legroom. No seat seems like an afterthought as there is enough shoulder and foot room for all passengers. A decent variety of electronic adjustments for the seats and steerage wheel is likewise found, however, the driver's seat is placed too near the ground even in its maximum setting, which means that the driver’s seat has to come down together along with his leg stretching.

On the dashboard, the buttons and dials might be too much for drivers at the first sight and it takes extra time to analyze what everything does. An equal impact may be felt at the steering wheel position which is also scattered with buttons and dials. However, it seems Peugeot didn’t thoroughly think about the interior space for smaller objects like cellphones or bottles. Despite the availability of fold-out cup holders under the touchscreen, it is probably of little use because of the reality that it's pretty close to the infotainment display.

Peugeot 508 2017’s steering is very responsive, offering a lot of feel and the car feels agile overall. Both the Allure and the top-of-the-range GT incorporate an automatic 6-speed gearbox which is able to yield impressive 120kW, 340Nm at 3750 rpm and 133kW, 400Nm at 2000 revs, respectively.

The Peugeot 508 2017’s new 2.0-litre has been factory-tested for fuel consumption. It costs 4.4 litres every 100km on the combined cycle, emitting 114g per 100km. Once fully filled, its 72-litre fuel tank can survive the Peugeot 508 a remarkable distance of 1636km without refueling.



 The 508 model has a high-stage infotainment system, embodying a 7-inch touchscreen sat-nav and a 5-year free map update. Also general is a DAB radio, CD player, Bluetooth connectivity with audio streaming, Peugeot Connect SOS and Assistance, electric powered folding door mirrors, tinted windows, reversing camera, together with cruise control, and automated dual-area air conditioning. However, shorter drivers might also additionally discover the touchscreen too recessed into the dash, making it seem smaller and extra hard to soundly function from the wheel.

With some amazing exceptions, it may be visible that the Peugeot 508 2017 targets people who prefer comfort and safety.