- What Car? magazine acknowledges the 607 2.0 HDi S as Britain’s cleanest executive car
- Peugeot’s 206 CC and 307 CC HDi only convertible diesel cars fitted as standard with a diesel particulate emission filter (FAP)
With increasing fuel prices the popularity of diesel cars in the UK continues to grow, but buying a "55" registered Peugeot HDi diesel car has just got easier with a range of exciting offers this September.
- One year’s free insurance on ALL 206 HDi diesel models including CC
- 0% finance on 307 hatchback (excluding E and S models) and all SW / Estate HDi models
- 0% Passport on 307 hatchback E and S HDi models
- Low rate Passport (7.9%) on all 307 CC HDi models
- 0% finance over 3 years available on all 407 HDi models
- 0% finance over 4 years on all 607 and 807 HDi models
Peugeot’s comprehensive range of HDi diesel powered cars not only requires fewer visits to the filling station than a petrol car, but also when fitted with a particulate emission filter (FAP) provides added protection for the environment.
Peugeot was the first manufacturer to introduce as standard fitment a diesel particulate emission filter (FAP) on the 607, in 2000 and on a super-mini, the 206 GTi HDi 110 in 2004.
In recognition of this the 607 2.0 HDi S model has just been acknowledged by What Car? magazine as Britain’s Cleanest Executive Car.
As the number one supplier of convertible cars in the UK in 2005, Peugeot’s 206 CC and 307 CC HDi models are both equipped with Euro IV diesel engines and diesel particulate emission filters (FAP) as standard; protecting the environment and ensuring the pleasure of open top motoring remains for years to come.
To read our in depth road test of the Peugeot 807 [ click here ]Published 4 September 2005