HomeCarwow Peugeot 308 2017 Hatchback 360 degree test drive | Passenger RidesLIGHTAUTO NEXT 00 Please login to vote. Sign In PREV VIDEO NEXT VIDEO MORE VIDEOS 2018 Honda Civic Type R – ultimate in-depth review | carwow Reviews Audi R8 generations 2006-2019: DRAG RACE New SEAT Leon 2020 review – better than a VW Golf? Living IN my Audi RS4 – find out what can go WRONG when you sleep in your car! EXCLUSIVE – Revving the new Civic Type R! Peugeot 308 2017 Hatchback 360 degree test drive | Passenger Rides BMW M850i review – see why my NEW 8 Series is the ultimate GT car! New Honda Jazz 2021 review: it WILL surprise you! BMW 4 Series Coupe 2018 infotainment and interior review | Matt Watson Reviews New Audi A1 – the most luxurious small car ever? | Top 10s Peugeot 308 2017 Hatchback 360 degree test drive | Passenger Rides 0% 0 Views 0 Likes September 23, 2022 Carwow Buckle up and ride passenger side in our 360 degree test drive of the new Peugeot 308! How does the steering position compare … . (Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) Show more 2017360 degrees4k reviewcarwowhatchbackmatt watsonpassenger ridePeugeot 308test drive You Might Be Interested In 0 05:08 New Audi SQ8 2020 – see why it could be the greatest Audi SUV EVER! September 25, 2022 0 10:43 Citroen C4 Cactus 2018 SUV in-depth review | carwow Reviews September 25, 2022 0 18:11 The ‘budget’ Audi RS4: new VW Passat R-Line REVIEW. September 25, 2022 0 11:22 This is the world’s smallest SUV! September 25, 2022 0 04:26 Mercedes-AMG E63 S v BMW M5 v Audi RS 5 DRAG & ROLLING RACE | Head2Head September 25, 2022 0 10:04 SEAT Ibiza 2020 in-depth review | carwow Reviews September 25, 2022 0 01:54 BMW 1 Series 2017 Hatchback infotainment and interior review | Matt Watson Reviews September 25, 2022 0 03:25 New Renault Clio 2020 revealed – see why it’s posher than a VW Polo! September 25, 2022 0 07:36 All-new Range Rover Evoque SUV 2019 revealed – and I’ve driven it ‘off-road’! September 25, 2022 0 Mercedes A45 AMG vs Honda Civic Type R Drag Race | Matt Watson Reviews September 25, 2022 0 09:19 Suzuki Ignis 2018 review | Matt Watson Reviews September 24, 2022 0 05:57 Nissan Qashqai SUV 2013-2017 review | Matt Watson Reviews September 24, 2022 Comment (13) 1:23 LOL exactly Reply I have the 2016 BlueHdi 1.6 Diesel active version. Love it so much. Reply If as Matt has probably done, only been in the car a few hours, the touchscreen would SEEM difficult to use. But after a short period of time, ( A matter of days, in my case) it’s not. Nor is it distracting. Reply When you buy a car like this you've basically given up on life, so boring zzzzz Reply Don't you get bored reviewing pointless cars for peasants? Reply +carwow Met you should put in some nice looking girl to rewiew some cars the channel would be better Reply I'm a Honda-head myself. Loves me some EF's and EG's. But, the Pugs have been arching my eyebrows lately. I wish they were available in the states. Reply Mercedes A class AMG 2016 review pleaseeee Reply Who in the blue hell had the idea to put the instruments directly in front of the top of the steering wheel?! Reply I prefer Rebecca because Matt is blaaahh, not good at all anymore, whats wrong? Some years ago I looked forward to Matts testdrives but now, well he is moaning like a little child over things that in reality aren't problems att all but hey! We can choose who we follow, goodbye Matt and please take the old Matt from the closet, he was nice and a happy guy! 🙂 Reply The previous 308 was fabulous! Best car for families and the best in practicality! You could even remove the middle row seats and had more space than an Volvo V70 in the trunk! Handling is even today better than in these new cars (hydraulic assisted steering is still the king!) and the real quality was too good (Peugeot lost a lot of service money with this model). I have an 308 SW GT 2l diesel that I think has a bit stiffer suspension because it doesn't roll in corners at all? Reply what Reply nice one, im growing on peugeots new designs. i always hated recent Peugeots Reply LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.