English EN Español ES Français FR Italiano IT Polski PL

Peugeot Reliability

The ADAC breakdown statistics determine which Peugeot models are the most reliable and which have broken down most – a good help when buying a used Peugeot.

In the statistics for 2020, all the 3,756,226 breakdowns for which the German Yellow Angels had to move out in 2019 were recorded and evaluated. There is enough data available that gives an objective picture of the reliability of the Peugeot models.

We have sorted the available data by the make and model. Choose the Peugeot model you are interested in.

Peugeot Reliability by Model

Source: ADAC

If you wish to know more about eventual problems of a specific car (e.g. real mileage, potential traffic accidents damages, odometer rollback, repairs, etc.), then we suggest going to HPI-Check.

Check the vehicle

See the Reliability of other Makes


Recent Peugeot Recalls

Peugeot-3008-2021-steering-knuckle
22. 12. 2020

The affected vehicles may have a crack in the rear steering knuckles. This could lead to a loss of control over … .

Peugeot-508-2021-steering-knuckle
22. 12. 2020

The affected vehicles may have a crack in the rear steering knuckles. This could lead to a loss of control over … .

Peugeot-208-vacuum-pump-brake-booster
23. 11. 2020

The vacuum pump may be damaged due to material abrasion of the cog belt. As a result, the braking assistance could … .


Deutsche version
Based on Weekly overview reports of RAPEX notifications, published free of charge in English on https://ec.europa.eu/rapex, © European Union, 2005 – 2021
The official contact points of the Member and EFTA-EEA States provide the information published in these weekly overviews. Under the terms of Annex II.10 to the General Product Safety Directive (2001/95/EC) responsibility for the information provided lies with the notifying party. The Commission nor the car-recalls.eu does not take any responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided.
The content owned by the EU on this website is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) licence.