The Peugeot 607 range for 2003 now benefits from luxurious upgrades across the range offering big car customers more for their money.
The 607 which boasts superb ride and comfort, is now available with two levels of specification, the S and SE. Already available with a wealth of standard equipment which includes ABS with EBFD (electronic brake force distribution) and emergency brake assist, cruise control, driver and passenger front and side airbags, front and rear curtain air bags, athermic windscreen, automatic headlights-on and tyre pressure sensor, the S and SE upgraded models will make owning a 607 even more appealing.S Derivative
Enhanced standard equipment is also available on the 2.0-litre petrol and 2.0-litre HDi S models, which includes an electrically operated driver and passenger seat and a six disc CD autochanger. These extras worth £800, are available on both 2.0 litre models for a nominal £300 price increase, with the petrol version now starting at £18,495 OTR, and the diesel version priced at £19,695 OTR. (Prices remain unchanged on the S 2.2 engine derivatives.)S Derivative - With Executive Pack
In addition to the new levels of standard equipment, the ‘S’ derivative can also be specified with an ‘Executive’ pack that provides 17" ‘Feline’ alloy wheels and a black and white satellite navigation system. The package – worth £1,115 – is available for only £700.SE Derivative
All SE models now come with colour satellite navigation, 17" alloy wheels and laminated side windows as standard. Worth £2,100, Peugeot has introduced this enhanced specification at a cost to customers of just £600 across the SE range. Prices now start at £22,295 for the 2.2 litre petrol SE.
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