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Peugeot 508 HDi 200 GT Saloon Road Test Review by Oliver Hammond

I’m renowned for my love of large French cars, particularly top of the range ones with all the toys, so it goes without saying that I was itching to get my hands on a Peugeot 508 saloon. Having driven a fair few executive saloons this year already, it was going to be interesting to see how the 508 stacked up – especially in tantalising GT guise.

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Peugeot saloons have never been bad-looking. The 406 saloon was a decent enough attempt, selling large numbers in the UK particularly in the fleet market, and obviously led to the Pininfarina-designed 406 Coupe which hardly anyone will dispute as being a beautiful car. It was replaced by the streamlined, rakish 407 saloon, SW and coupe range, with their gaping ‘basking shark’ front grilles and sleek, sporty lines, which heralded a more daring edge to Peugeot’s design philosophy. And in the background, parallel to both the 406 and 407, there was another Peugeot saloon knocking around – the Continue Reading →


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