Car reviews - Peugeot - 508 - GT sedan
The Peugeot 508 GT sedan is let down by its overly firm suspension
2 Dec 2011
WITH six-speed gearboxes all-round, Euro5 and five-star ENCAP ratings, four-cylinder-only powerplants, three diesel engine choices, two body styles and a single petrol engine variant, the fresh 508 represents Peugeot’s most thorough attack on the medium and large car segments in a generation. After the disappointing 407, the 508 offers space, comfort and quality with high-tech driveability and eco features to take on everything from the Hyundai i45 to a Holden Calais. We drive the GT sedan.
Model release date: 1 July 2011 to 1 February 2015
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407Released: September 2004
Ended: June 2011
Family Tree: 508
PERHAPS one of the biggest motoring disappointments of the decade, particularly after the fine 406 that preceded it, the 407 looked promising on paper with its double wishbone front suspension and advanced diesel technology, but failed to sufficiently deliver as either a driver’s car or as a quality premium product.
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