| 208 (20%)
| 3008 (15%)
| 2008 (14%)
| 308 (11%)
| 108 (10%)
| 207 (4%)
| Partner (4%)
| 107 (4%)
| 508 (3%)
| Boxer (3%)
Popular body styles: | Hatchback (53%) | Estate (19%) | 4x4 (10%) | Van (7%) | People Carrier (4%) | Convertible (2%) | Coupe (1%) | Saloon (1%)
Transmissions: | Automatic (16%) | Manual (84%)
Fuel types: | Diesel (39%) | Diesel Electric Hybrid (0%) | Electric (1%) | Petrol (58%) | Petrol Electric Hybrid (0%)
Engines: | 1000cc (12%) | 1100cc (1%) | 1200cc (36%) | 1300cc (0%) | 1400cc (5%) | 1500cc (6%) | 1600cc (31%) | 1800cc (0%) | 1900cc (1%) | 2000cc (6%) | 2200cc (2%) | 2900cc (0%) | 3000cc (0%)
Popular colors: | Green | Gold | Brown | Blue | Black
Popular derivatives: Access | Access+ | Active | Allure | Feline | Glx | Millesim | Rapier | Roland Garros | Se Luxury | Sport | Sportium | Sr Smartnav | Verve | X Line | Xsi |
Peugeot was also a pioneer of the folding hard-top roof technology that's caught on in a big way of late. Second hand cars carrying the famous prancing lion badge kick off with the 106 but the 107 launched in 2005 is a more modern proposition and remains one of the best city cars around. Second hand car buyers might also encounter the unorthodox 1007, a rare city car MPV with sliding side doors. Peugeot enjoyed phenomenal success with its 206 supermini up until 2006 when the 207 arrived on the scene. Available in three-door, five-door and SW estate guises, as well as with a folding hard top roof in 207 CC form, this is a substantial and stylish supermini. Likewise, the 308 is one of the more sophisticated family hatchbacks on the market with a good variety of engine options available in the growing crop of used cars. Its 307 predecessor is also worthy of consideration by used second hand buyers. Above these hatchbacks sits the 407, a worthy replacement for the long serving 406. The 407 is around in saloon, SW and coupe forms. It's a great way to buy a used Peugeot with plentiful supply keeping prices competitive. Pre-owned versions of the 4007 4x4 will be harder to come by.
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