Good: Key areas are much improved over 107. Easy to drive and park in town. Sprightly and lively petrol engines. Fabric-roofed 'Top' version available.
Bad: Overall package isn't quite as good as a Volkswagen Up.
Good: Decent space for adults in the back. Low load sill. Significantly improved by 1.2 PureTech engine. EGC replaced by excellent EAT6 torque converter auto.
Bad: Original EGC automatic gearbox jerky and unpleasant.
Good: Lighter than the 207. Interesting dash layout. Small steering wheel. Available with economical new three-cylinder petrol engines. Luxurious XY model.
Bad: Gear change action isn't great. Lower trim level models feel less polished and less well made than higher spec cars.
Good: Big improvement on the 207 GTi. Classy interior. Fun to drive.
Bad: Lacks the handling finesse of other hot hatches. Is expensive compared to the Fiesta ST.
Good: Practical cabin and spacious boot. Split tailgate is a nice touch. Comfortable and easy to drive.
Bad: Hybrid4 model is expensive. Some elements of the cabin are showing their age. Infotainment system could be better.
Good: Well-finished, stylish cabin. Well-equipped as standard. Full-colour digital instruments on all models.
Bad: No basic trim level. Panoramic roof eats into cabin headroom.
Good: Quiet and refined. Big improvement in quality over previous 308. Impressive 1.2 Puretech petrol engines. Five star Euro NCAP rating. European car of the year 2014.
Bad: Clunky manual gear change. Not much rear seat legroom.
Good: High-quality interior and lots of standard equipment. Great pair of engines. Amusing engine sound emulator. Comfortable ride quality.
Bad: Short on power for the price. Unusual driving position won’t suit some. Slightly cramped rear. Diesel is automatic-only.
Good: Available with 130PS three-cylinder Puretech petrol engine and 85g/km 1.6 eHDi diesel engines. European Car of the Year 2014. Big and practical boot.
Bad: Not as good to drive as a Leon ST. Touchscreen system takes some getting used to. Small glove compartment.
Good: Roomy full seven-seat MPV with disappearing rearmost seats. 2506-litre boot capacity. Good ride quality. Very comfortable. Well priced.
Bad: Not a sporty drive.
Good: 5008 turns from an MPV into a big SUV. Three separate centre rear seats. Peugeot i-cockpit like 3008. Available with Grip Control. 2.0HDI 150 has 1,800 towing weight.
Bad: Best selling 2.0HDI 150 diesel is noisy. Grip Control, not 4WD.
Good: Neatly styled. Comfortable and easy to drive. Economical diesels.
Bad: Styling imposing rather than elegant. Disappointing ride. Interior build-quality could be better.
Good: Small but usefully practical small van. Easy to drive in town with a tight turning circle. Cheap to run thanks to economical 1.4 HDi engine.
Bad: Noisy on the motorway.
Good: Good value for money. Plenty of space for rear passengers. Easy to drive. Low running costs.
Bad: Based on the Bipper van and somewhat lacking in refinement.
Good: Peugeot's equivalent of the Fiat Ducato and Citroen Relay. Strong 2.2-litre diesel engine comes in various outputs. 100,000 mile warranty as standard.
Bad: Passenger bench seat not comfortable for long journeys.
Good: More efficient than old model with up to 55mpg. Will now tow 2.5 tonnes. Improved carrying capacity with 1400kg payload.
Bad: Not available until mid-2016.
Good: Fun to drive small electric town car. Has a 90-mile range. Fuel cost for 10,000 miles a mere £208.
Bad: £415 a month four year all-inclusive lease is expensive.
Good: Based on the 308 so rides and drives well. Available as a crew van. Decent on the motorway with little road noise.
Bad: Gearchange could be better. Basic S model is base is quite poorly equipped and does without a sliding side door.
Good: Good value for money. Huge boot space. Incredibly versatile and very useful.
Bad: Car snobs need not apply.
Good: Available as panel van or luxurious MPV. Up to nine seats. Improved refinement and comfort.
Bad: Not available until late 2016.