The Peugeot 5008 is designed structurally to dissipate impact energy in a designed and controlled way. At the front it has three impact absorption structures to ensure maximum protection in a front impact. At the side, the 'B' post has been specially strengthened and the design of the doors and side structure ensure maximum rigidity and create a solid barrier to protect the occupants.
The rear of the vehicle has been designed to incorporate an aluminium impact beam to absorb impact forces and ensure maximum protection in a rear impact.
To provide the best possible protection for pedestrians, the Peugeot 5008 incorporates a pedestrian impact beam and protective padding to help reduce the extent of leg and thigh injuries. In addition, the design of the bonnet and the shape of the inner frame ensure maximum space is available under the bonnet to limit head injuries, if a pedestrian was to hit the bonnet.
A total of six airbags are fitted as standard on all models. To restrain the occupants, seven three-point inertia reel seat belts with a fasten seat belt warning system are fitted. At the front, pretensioners and force limiters are fitted.
To protect occupants in a rear impact from possible 'whiplash' injuries, the front and rear head restraints and the design of the seats ensure good support for the head. The Peugeot 5008 also provides high levels of child safety with three Isofix child seat mountings to ensure child safety seats are attached directly to the vehicle structure. All mountings are of the latest three point design and are available on all the passenger seats in the second row.
Active safety is also a strong point with the standard fitment on all models of ABS with EBFD / EBA, ESP and traction control, Xenon directional headlamps and tyre pressure sensors are also available as an option.Peugeot 5008 debut
7 September 2016 Peugeot introduces 5008
2 June 2009