It helps, too, that the Peugeot 3008 has one of the most striking designs you’ll find on any small SUV. You can complement the car’s look with one of Peugeot’s many colour options, and you can read all about them in our full colours and paint price guide below.
- Celebes Blue
- Cumulus Grey
- Nera Black
- Cumulus Grey
- Pearl White
- Ultimate Red
- Vertigo Blue
Celebes Blue – No-cost option
Normally, carmakers tend to offer less fancy solid paints as their no-cost option colours. The Peugeot 3008 is an exception to that rule, though, as the free-to-spec Celebes Blue you see here is a metallic shade, which gives it a premium-feeling sheen in bright sunlight. Being a dark colour means it’ll hide dirt fairly well, too, and the more subdued tone means you shouldn’t have too much trouble selling a Peugeot 3008 in Celebes Blue on the used market.
Cumulus Grey – £575
The first of two greys available on the Peugeot 3008, Cumulus Grey is also a sensible colour that won’t be hard to sell, and has the extra appeal of being a metallic colour. Because it’s a lighter shade, though, it’ll require a bit more regular cleaning in order to look factory fresh.
Nera Black – £575
Despite being a much darker colour than Cumulus Grey, Nera Black does an even worse job at disguising any muck that’s built up on your car’s bodywork. This metallic paint does claw back some ground by being an inoffensive and smart-looking shade, which also helps trim pieces like the chrome accents on the doors stand out more than they would on a lighter colour.
Nimbus Grey – £575
If you’d ideally like a grey Peugeot 3008, but would prefer something darker than Cumulus Grey, then Nimbus Grey may be the colour for you. Even if you’re not specifically looking for a grey colour, it’s still a paint option that’s worth considering – Cumulus Grey does a good job at disguising dirt marks, and the metallic finish injects a bit of life into what would otherwise be a standard dark grey.
Pearl White – £725
Unlike the other colours on this list, Pearl White isn’t a metallic colour. As its name suggests, it’s a pearlescent paint, which means it has a multi-coat finish that gives the colour a bit more depth – which is amplified by the colour’s ever-so-slightly creamy hue. That fancy finish doesn’t stop Pearl White from being a colour you’ll need to wash regularly in order to keep it looking at its best.
Ultimate Red – £725
Most of the Peugeot 3008’s colour options have been fairly safe and subdued so far, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t catered for if you’d prefer something a bit more vibrant. Take the Ultimate Red shade you see here as an example: while this colour won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, it’s a bold paint that helps the car’s already distinctive design stand out even more. It also gives the Peugeot 3008 a slightly sportier look, especially if you combine Ultimate Red with the more aggressive styling on the range-topping GT models.
Vertigo Blue – £725
Another eye-catching colour you can spec on the Peugeot 3008 is this vivid shade called Vertigo Blue. It’s already a colour that stands out from most of the Peugeot’s other options, and it’s made even more intense by the pearlescent finish. Do bear in mind that, as with all pearlescent colours, the multi-coat paintwork means it’s harder to repair scratches and stone chip marks than an equivalent solid or metallic shade.