The New Limited Edition 206 Coupe Cabriolet Quiksilver

  • 206 is UK’s best selling retail car in the first quarter of 2004
  • 206 market dominance continues – best-selling retail car for the last three consecutive years
  • 206 - UK’s 3rd best seller overall in the first quarter
  • New 206 CC Quiksilver available from early May
  • £14,995 on the road
  • 1.6 petrol engine
  • 16" alloy wheels
  • Only 1000 to be produced

With summer on the horizon, Peugeot has launched a stunning new limited edition 206 coupé cabriolet Quiksilver. Limited to 1000 cars, the Quiksilver will further add to the enduring appeal of the 206 – a range that continues to dominate the UK’s retail market.

The 206 CC Quiksilver 1.6 limited edition is based on the 206 CC S 1.6 petrol model, but benefits from additional specification such as 16" Ouragan alloy wheels, aluminium rear safety roll-over arches, leather effect instrument binnacle with aluminium dial backgrounds and Quiksilver branding on the seats, door panels, glove box and floor mats.

Aluminium pedals, gear knob and door sill kick plates with a silver grey coloured centre console all help to make this the car to be seen in this summer. Finally, it will be identifiable by silver "Quiksilver" badges fitted to the front doors.

In a market that saw registrations of new cars rise by 6% in the first three months of the year to the highest first quarter sales total on record, the 206 saw exceptional growth with sales up 7.4%. This remarkable performance has seen it cement its position as the UK’s top selling retail car while also securing third position overall in the UK market top 10.

Published 7 April 2004 Melanie Carter

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