Does it represent good value for the price? What features does it come with?
There are just 40 of the 5008 Crossways, but given Peugeot's big machine hasn't exactly set the sales charts on fire, there should still be some available. Peugeot reckons it has $3700 of extra goodies over the Allure.
For $46,990 before on-road costs (the 3008 Crossway is $43,490) you score 18-inch alloys, a 10-speaker stereo, 12.3-inch digital dashboard, Alcantara trim, auto-parking, electric tailgate with gesture opening, wireless charging mat, Peugeot's 'Grip Control', dual-zone climate control, reversing camera, front and rear parking sensors, a solid safety package, keyless entry and start and a space-saver spare.
The 10-speaker stereo is from Focal Audio. Peugeot says Focal came in during the 3008 and 5008's design phase and had a say in some of the cabin materials to improve the system's performance. How fancy!
As with most Peugeots, everything is crammed into the 8.0-inch touchscreen, which can be frustrating even with familiarity. The software is good enough and the inclusion of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is very welcome.