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ive have had my 3.0ltr V6 pug for just over a year now and i'm still in love with her, as mush as she drinks fuel as if there was an oil shortage i have to forgive because of the return ive had in sheer pleasure and enjoyment i get everytime i sit behind the wheel only 2 gripes
the first is the stereo the speakers cant handle the bass and secondly the price of parts i only have one kidney i had to sell the other to finance the brake renewal
First things first, this car has stunning looks. I personally think it is one of the best looking cars on the road. I have admired this car from afar for some time, in fact I can remember seeing one for the first time when they first came out and thinking that one day I'd get one. Well now I have, it is a '97 with 45,000 miles and full service history and it was mine for £6500. not bad at all. enough about that though. how does it drive? The handling is quite superb, I have seem reviews that state that the 2.0 is not enough for this car, well unless you intend to drive at above the speed limit a lot ( and I mean way above) you will not need the bigger engine. fuel economy is also quite good, no worse than my friends 2.0 ford seirra (guess who's car he prefers!) Basically if you want a great looking car at a good price this is the one for you.
I owned one for 1.5 years, a 2.0 Coupe with the JBL Sound System. The highs were the head-turning looks, the cavernous space inside and in the boot, the handling and the comfort. The lows were that the 2.0 is a bit underpowered, the rather plain interior (I believe its now been re-vamped) and a few reliability problems induced by the dealer. I picked up mine about 2.5 years ago and it came in at around £21000. I now own a BMW Coupe which in my opinion is far better and a bit cheaper than the 2.5 year old Peugeot was. I'd be interested to see how the current Peugeot Coupe has developed in terms of features and pricing, and whether it can compete with the BMW. I know Peugeot restricted the numbers imported, that's you don't see many around and for that reason alone, it's a very desirable car. Definately worth a look. I was very happy with mine. Like the BMW very big and heavy doors so avoid windy supermarket car parks.
Peugout Coupe are the best cars that are in a price range. We got ours 1 year ago for 19,000 as it is an S registration and with a normal cost of 27 000 I think we did quite well. They have the best looks as they look very slim and just have to be admired for their clean automatic gear change which allows a very good maximum acceleration rate. It has eight speakers and a 6 CD changer. Unfortunately this is in the boot so the CD’s can’t be changed during travelling which is quite annoying. Also it has a special interrupter for road reports which is excellent to help you beat the traffic. This car is a brilliant car!
What a car. I don't car how it drives, it just looks fantastic. I want one! But alas, it is too expensive. I've driven the 2.0 one. Beautiful to drive. Great handling, smooth gearbox and again, great looks. Pininfarina is some man. Unfortunately, the 2.0 lump is a bit slow for this kind of car. It moves with some urgency, but now what you'd like for a class coupe like this. My Dad has driven the 3.0 V6, and said it was very powerful and really made a car out of it. Some nigglings I have with the car is with the interior. Up until a few months ago, the interior was pretty much the same as what you'd get in a standard 406. This is not what someone wants in this kind of car is it? Peugeot addressed this and revamped the interior a bit. It is a bit better. The level of equipment in the car is quite impressive. You get more for your money than looks and an engine! There isn't much I can say about this car other than it looks great, drives great and I want one!