206 CC continues to lure sun seekers
So customers can catch the last of the summer sun, Peugeot has introduced the 206 CC Allure, the latest edition of Britain’s best selling coupé cabriolet range.
Powered by either a 1.6 or 2.0 litre petrol engine, you can opt for either an automatic "Tiptronic" option (1.6 engine only) or manual gearbox.
This ‘alluring’ special edition has Lama leather as standard, together with:
- Metallic/pearlescent paint
- 15" (1.6 litre), 16" (2.0 litre) alloy wheels
- Sports pack to include aluminium gear knob (not Tiptronic), pedals, doorsills, black dials with chrome surround front side airbags
- Ultrasonic alarm (Thatcham approved) and transponder immobiliser
- ABS with EBFD
- Remote control radio/mono CD
- Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) (2.0 litre version only)
Powered by a 1.4 litre 16 valve 90 bhp petrol engine, and based on the 307 Style, the Zest represents great value for money and comes loaded with no-cost ‘extras’ including:
- Metallic paint
- Air conditioning
- Radio/CD player
- Sports carpet mats
Following the successful launch of the 407 saloon, the 407 SW will be arriving in dealer showrooms from mid September. Oozing masses of style, the 407 SW will offer consumers the ultimate ‘lifestyle’ vehicle in terms of practicality and storage, together with helpful and unusual design features such as the independently opening tailgate window for ease of loading.
This new model echoes the dynamic and sporty styling of the 407 saloon. With the same bold front ‘face’, the SW offers a superb safety package that includes up to nine airbags as well as ride and handling characteristics that will satisfy the most demanding of customers.
The 407 SW is available with a choice of four petrol and two Euro IV compliant diesel engines with either manual or automatic gearboxes and with four trim levels.
Priced competitively from £15,850 on the road the 407 SW is set to appeal to both retail and fleet customers alike.Published 5 August 2004