Peugeot 406 LX Estate Family in general Reviews
Product Type: Peugeot cars
Newest Review: ... space in it, slightly more than the Ford Mondeo. As for it's performance, my Peugot 406's 2 litre engine delivered ... more
Customer Peugeot 406 LX Estate Family in general Reviews (4)
by - written on 17/07/00, updated on 17/07/00 (Very useful, 859 readings)
I have always wanted a 406. From the first time I saw them on the TV and on the road. My brother in law also had one as a company car some time ago. Then the time came to look around for a new car big enough to take two adults and two children. Despite visitng several garages bot Peugeot and non peugeot finding a decent reasonable and relativey young 406 was difficult. Then, by chance we came across one. A gleaming red monmster of a car, air con, 6 speaker stereo, elctric this, electric that - compared to previous cars owned by me the only thing it didn't do was make a cup of tea. Good speed, nice and comfortable, good petrol consumption ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/00, updated on 10/07/00 (Useful, 633 readings)
We've been the owners of a Peugeot 406 for just under two years now which has covered a massive 92,000 miles during it's time. It's been regularly serviced with no major problems and has caused us no headaches what-so-ever. The boot is substancial even for a saloon and carries all the usual paraphernalia required for a holiday with a very young child. We chose this car for it's styling, capacity, air-conditioning and speed. I admit it wasn't my husband's first choice but he likes it now. We had a prang [or rather my husband had an arguement with a bus] and the car came out on top with only slight damage. It is very roomy and can seat ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/00, updated on 08/07/00 (Useful, 633 readings)
As a taller than average driver ( 6'2" in my bare feet ), I quite often come across a problem trying to find a car that offers everything I want, as well as allowing some rear legroom for my growing family. I can have the seat set in the perfect postion for me and there is still loads of room in the back for your average adult. The driving position is excellent and the 2000cc petrol engine is very responsive without being too thirsty. Most designers of family sized cars only pay lip service to looks ( the Vauxhall Vectra being a perfect example ), but Peugeot have managed to make a car that drives well, swallows a family of four with ease and still ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/04, updated on 19/08/04 (Somewhat useful, 7195 readings)
I had a red Peugot 406 LX estate from August 2003 - July 25, 2004 when it was sadly w/o in an accident in Wales. I found this car to be very comfortable to sit in and it has been designed for tall people, but a short person is equally comfortable in it. As well as comfort, there was loads of cargo space in it, slightly more than the Ford Mondeo. As for it's performance, my Peugot 406's 2 litre engine delivered good power to it and it handled well. I would get between 300 and 400 miles out of a tank of fuel, depending on traffic. My car had done 112000 miles at the time it was w/o and I had just had the blower fan replaced. One weak ... Read the complete review
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