Overview of Peugeot models

Peugeot models

The Peugeot 206 was created in early 1990 with the replacement of the previous model 205. Peugeot changed its model under the idea that super mini cars were no longer profitable, so a change was the end. The Peugeot 206 did not immediately follow Peugeot 205 models 106, 306 and 309 to capture different levels of sales to potential customers. The Peugeot 106 competed with the Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Polo 306 and 309 models that have the average sales and highest stop 205. Because of this, many fans believe Peugeot 206 should have been named 207. 206 Although it was created earlier, Was published in 1998.

The painter Peugeot says that 206 immediately followed the 205, but it is not true, while other models have been published before 206. The final successor, 207, was finally released in 2006, but Peugeot recently announced that 206 remained in Production until 2010. The Peugeot 206 is the best-selling of all time, but the end of the model in the coming years with time will generate “06” Peugeot cars about 20 years. The 206 was produced for the first time in France and England, but production has changed in Slovakia. The closure of the UK plant corresponded to the closure of the Ryton plant that Peugeot took over when Peugeot bought the European division of Chrysler in 1979.

The Peugeot 306 replaced the 309. The 306 is very similar to the Citroen ZX, which was issued two years before the public model 306. Both cars use the same structure and the same floor. The 205 was called after the style of Pininfarina and was a sales success. In the oil crisis of 1974, Citroen Peugeot broke down and took over Citroen. This led to similarities and identical cars produced by manufacturers.

The Phase 1 306 came on the market in March 1993 as a 3 and 5 door hatchback with three different models on offer. The five gates were more of a station wagon and dubbed the “sw” on the wagon. Although not as elegant as the 205, the 306 has many practical uses in the vehicle. The SW-Roots model was not a service station with tailgate, but a sedan with a European style of luxury to go with the spirit of the Peugeot race.

The engines used in Peugeot cars were offered in the petrol and diesel model. Gasoline engines are four-cylinder, which have earned their excellent reputation of being the engine room of the Peugeot 205 model is still popular. The idea of ​​Peugeot engines was to have a fair compromise between performance and excellent fuel economy. Three larger capacity motors were available but not limited to automatic and performance models.

Peugeot diesel engines have an excellent reputation and were widely available on turbo models. The initial engine displacement for 1.8-liter diesel engines, but quickly became 1.9 liters. The diesel Peugeot turbo has become an excellent engine adapted to match the 306 because the performance corresponds to gasoline cars similar size. The considerable extra weight was outweighed by the turbocharged performance.

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