The petrol 2008 will be available with the same three specification levels: Active (priced from £24,020), Allure (from £27,220) and GT (from £31,020).
All three offer slightly different design features, with range-topping GT models sporting the most eye-catching design.
Standard equipment on all includes Peugeot’s iConnect infotainment system with a 10in touchscreen (which can be optionally upgraded to a more powerful i-Connect Advanced system) and wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
A suite of safety kit is also included on all models, including adaptive cruise control, traffic sign recognition, lane-keeping assistance and blindspot monitoring.
The 2008 is an important car for Peugeot, having sold almost 700,000 times since its 2019 overhaul. It finished as Europe’s best-selling B-segment SUV in 2021.
It’s also a key model for Peugeot’s ambitions in the EV market, with the electric version accounting for 17.4% of 2008 sales in 2022.
The French car maker is expecting a sales split of 38% electric, 22% hybrid and 40% petrol for the updated model.