Peugeot

Classic Peugeot 205 set to sell for whopping £210,000 0

A 1980’s Peugeot 205 T16 is set to break the world record by selling for an eye-watering £210,000 later this month. The classic, now 32 years old, is a rare ultra-fast turbo and is built to rally specifications. There were only ever 200 T16s produced, due to rally rules. The model for sale has only(…)

Peugeot announce new trim levels for 108 0

Peugeot has revealed details about two new trim levels for the 108; adding plenty of extra personalisation options. The two new packages are called Collection and TOP! Roland Garros; they’ve been released as part of a summer promotion aimed at promoting the brand’s latest finance deals. There are five paint colours available with the Collection:(…)

Peugeot to return to Le Mans? 0

They’ve been absent since 2011, but Peugeot could be returning to Le Mans. PSA motorsport boss Jean-Marc Finot has admitted the group are weighing up a return to the classic 24 hour endurance race. Audi have been the dominant force at the circuit in recent times; Peugeot however, were the only manufacturer to come close(…)

PSA Group finalise deal for Vauxhall and Opel 0

The owner of Peugeot, the PSA Group, has finally completed its long running takeover of General Motors’ European brands, Opel and Vauxhall. New management has been appointed to plot the attempted turnaround of the brands’ fortunes. The deal was agreed in principal back in March, when PSA agreed a deal to buy Opel from GM.(…)

Royal Mail goes electric with Peugeot 0

The Royal Mail is to buy 100 electric Peugeot vans and install charging infrastructure across its network, the organisation has announced. The vans in question, Peugeot Partner L2 Electric vans are 100% electric and are to be used by the Royal Mail to deliver letters and parcels from its national delivery offices. The postal service(…)

A look back at the Peugeot 205 (1983 – 1994) 0

Launched on the 15th February 1983, the Peugeot 205 was the latest in a lengthy line of 2-series Peugeots. What stood the 205 apart from its predecessors was that it looked and felt perfectly ‘right’ for its time; it was the ideal car for drivers who had grown out of their Renault 5s and wanted(…)

New Peugeot 508 coming next year featuring Instinct Concept-Inspired Looks 0

Despite the acquisition of Opel and Vauxhall from General Motors, Peugeot, or more specifically PSA, have not shirked from their intended plans to offer a D-segment saloon. As a likely rival to the new Opel Insignia, Ford Mondeo and even the brand new Volkswagen Arteon, with a more raked roofline, the new 508 (the name(…)

10 top tips on how to maximise fuel efficiency for your Peugeot 0

As a Peugeot driver, there may not be an awful lot you can do to influence the cost of fuel, but it is possible to drive in a more fuel efficient manner. Here are a few tips to help you save money on your weekly fuel bill. Drive smoothly. Research shows that heavy acceleration, abrupt(…)

A look back at the Peugeot 504 Coupe (1968 – 1983) 0

We start July looking back at one of Peugeot’s more attractive cars of the late sixties to early eighties era. The 504 Coupe was certainly a handsome beast; a proper French car oozing Gallic Style. Launched in Paris in 1968, it went a significant way to furthering Peugeot’s aspiration of moving slightly upmarket from the(…)

Peugeot boss: No new performance cars ‘until we’re truly global’ 0

The head of Peugeot, Jean-Philippe Imparato, has prioritised global success in the short term over the development and release of any high-performance vehicles. The company’s CEO did go on to say that such expensive projects may be considered later however. In a recent interview, Imparato said that the 308 Hybrid R project would be put(…)