Welcome to our new moose test video which is contributed by Petronas. Today, we have Peugeot 508 on our side. Under the hood, 508 has a 1.6 L gasoline engine. Frenchman also has a 1420 kg of curb weight. Our test model has 18 inch tires with 235/45 ZR18 Michelin Pilot Sport 4S rubbers on them. Let’s not forget to mention the weather. On the test day we’ve seen the maximum heat of 14 degree celcius. On the first test, we are starting at 82 km/h speed. As you can see, it was a ride in the park for 508. 508 did not oversteer between second and third pools with the little help coming from ESP system. 508′ little steering wheel design is another plus for this type of situations. On the second test, we are testing the car on 84 km/h speed. However that doesn’t change the outcome. Again, 508 doesn’t show any oversteer actions. Even we couldn’t be able to hear any tire screech. Plus, thanks to its softer suspension system we’ve never encountered any hops on the second pool. With that courage coming from these tests we did another on the 90 km/h speed. So we did see 508 on its limits in this test. With its perfect “cone score” on the test, 508 became the first test car to never topple a cone on our moose test series. This time, ESP did lots of the work and helped the car to stay in line. As you can see, on this test 508 has its flashers on. With zero oversteer action, our driver feels more comfortable behind the steering wheel. On the last test, we could easily say that we excided the limits. On 94 km/h test, we were absolutely sure we will topple some cones. It sure did some cone carnage but even on that speed the cars balanced. Especially, on the second pools exit 508 completes the maneuver easily. However, on the third pool, 508 couldn’t be able to accept the drivers input. Even with that result, our test driver is sure about the cars balance and feedback on the road which will make drivers more comfortable on these type of situations.