Since its original UK launch in 2000, Peugeot’s flagship model - the 607 - has won many loyal customers who appreciate premium levels of refinement and equipment while also enjoying outstanding value for money. Now, for 2005, the 607 is receiving a range of enhancements that further establish its credentials as an outstanding premium vehicle. Prices start from only £20,300 on-the-road.
Among the cosmetic changes that have taken place, the 607 receives heavily revised front-end styling. These changes include:
Additionally, there is a new 17" 'Tosca' alloy wheel available. In the cabin, the facia centre console now features a new, modern aluminium finish.
The top of the range 3.0-litre V6 derivative now features a new six-speed 'Tiptronic' automatic gearbox, which offers greater flexibility than the outgoing four-speed automatic. Additionally, power from the V6 engine has been improved by 6 bhp to 211 bhp and torque is now improved to 213 ft lb.
The suspension of 607 has been revised across the range. The S and SE derivatives now benefit from an improved damping system, while the V6 model features electronically controlled, variable suspension. New, larger brakes across the range and the latest generation ESP system complete the fantastic new 607 package.
Peugeot's integrated RT3 colour satellite navigation/GSM telephone system comes fitted as standard to both SE and V6 variants, as does a JBL 10-speaker hi-fi. Both items are available as options on the 'S' model.
The new range consists of the following models:
|S 2.0 HDi||£20,300.00|
|SE 2.2 Auto||£23,400.00|
|SE 2.0 HDi||£22,300.00|
|SE 2.2 HDi||£23,600.00|
|SE 2.2 HDi Auto||£24,600.00|
|V6 3.0 six speed Auto||£29,700.00|
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