How durable are Peugeots?

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Zak Wood, Oct 7, 2003.

  1. Zak Wood

    Zak Wood Guest

    I am looking at a second hand 206 with 66 000Km's on the clock. (About 41

    How durable are they, if well treated? IE, will the car last to 180-200

    Best regards,
    Zak Wood, Oct 7, 2003
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    Andrew Kirby Guest

    Peugeots are usually pretty durable. Historically, the problems which
    occur tend to be minor electrical problems, and bits of trim becoming
    loose. The build quality on recent peugeots is much improved.

    Generally speaking, the larger engines tend to be more robust than the
    smaller ones, and the diesels last for ever.
    180,000+ Km should not present a problem, especially if the car is well
    looked after.
    Andrew Kirby, Oct 7, 2003
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    otnitp Guest

    De momento con mi peugeot 306 llevo 166.000 km.. y como contaba se pierde
    combustible...he tambien tuve que cambiar un anillo sincronizador de la caja
    de cambios...y un silent-bock

    otnitp, Oct 7, 2003
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    G.T Guest

    Yes. Even better if it's a Diesel.
    G.T, Oct 7, 2003
  5. Zak Wood

    Zak Wood Guest

    Thank you all for your responses... Really good to hear.
    Zak Wood, Oct 8, 2003
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    Mar 30, 2022
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    North Notts
    we have 2 x Bippa vans at work one has 240.000 and the other 330.00 miles, serviced regular, but showing their age
    Leslie, Mar 31, 2022
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