Peugeot 407
Company car drivers will have their first opportunity to put the new Peugeot 407 through its paces at this year’s Company Car in Action, 22-25 June. Peugeot will also have its complete line-up of Euro IV engines as it competes for pole position in the race for offering the ultimate, highly advanced diesel technology at an affordable price.

Held at Millbrook, Company Car in Action is an exclusive event for directors, managers and fleet decision makers. With 21 manufacturers exhibiting this year, decision makers will be able to test cars back to back to make fundamental decisions about which vehicles are best suited to meet their fleet needs.

Peugeot will be sending a strong ‘green and economical’ message to visitors to its stand with the whole range of Euro IV engines ready to test-drive, including the recently launched 206 GTi HDi 110 bhp, the 307 1.6 litre HDi unit developing 110 bhp, a 2.0 litre HDi 136 bhp, and the new 407 with its choice of 1.6 HDi or 2.0 HDi engines. All HDi engines are fitted with Peugeot’s particulate filter which reduces all harmful emissions, and promotes better fuel economy, as well as having ‘over boost’ to give extra ‘oomph’ when overtaking.

Steve Harris, Peugeot’s fleet and leasing director says: "With the launch of 407 we can now offer a complete range of modern, dynamic, stylish vehicles to suit the requirements of any company car driver in terms of driver comfort, driveability and economy. With the advent of Euro IV diesel technology the ‘lion’ is definitely back in front."

Visitors to Company Car in Action can visit Peugeot at stand A4.

Published : 12/06/04 Author : Melanie Carter

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