The French Automaker’s 208 offers plenty of practicality and style, with the latest model offering plenty of leg and headroom even for the adults in the back,as well as clever stowage solutions. It offers its own unique blend of European flair, but it’s up against some big names.The recently facelifted 208 is chock full of new tech like the brand new touchscreen, but the driving position won’t suit everyone, and the rim of the steering wheel can get in the way of the instrumentation. But all in all, this supermini does what it is asked, and looks good doing it. The more high-end GT-models are a bit expensive though.