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2007 Peugeot 407 ST Touring Comfort Review

The 2.2L Peugeot 497 SW Comfort Touring is smooth to drive, with an emphasis on luxury over sportiness. It is extremely quiet inside. The interior design style, attention to detail and standard of finish are superb. The leather, for instance, is of the highest quality, so has not deteriorated at all. The exterior style is dramatic and pleasing to the eye from every angle...

2014 Peugeot 508 Allure HDi Touring Review

I moved from the 3008 to the 508 HDi touring just over 2 years ago. I have not had one problem since purchase and really enjoy the long distances that I drive and the economy. I drove from Healesville to Cairns last year via Lightning ridge and managed to use only 2.5 tanks of fuel (72lt tank) for the trip up for 3,100 approx. km's and the car was loaded...

2012 Peugeot 508 GT HDi Review

Just picked up a 2012 508 GT Wagon and thought I would share my first impressions of the car. I'm coming from a 2010 Nissan X-trail ST-L and a 2005 HSV R8 before that, so my impressions will be based on those benchmarks. Outside: It's an interesting looking car. Nice sophisticated lines to it and in black it really looks very sleek in the wagon body...

2007 Peugeot 307 XS HDi 1.6 Review

The Peugeot 307 1.6 HDI (110 hp) is not a performance car, a good handling car or a tech car. So, what is it then? Well, it's one of the most brilliant cars for people who just want a car...

2013 Peugeot 308 Sportium Touring HDi Review

When I bought the 2013 Peugeot 308 Sportium Touring wagon, space enough to fit two bikes standing in the rear instead of plonking them on the roof or rear mounted rack was the main requirement as was the ability to load large Ikea flat-packs. This car is versatile enough for all this as all rear seats( 5 of them) can be removed...

1992 Peugeot 205 Review

The Peugeot 205 was launched in Europe in 1983, and quickly became Europe's best selling car – However it wasn't until 1988 that the model reached Australian shores. Sales of French cars in Australia had been strong throughout the 70's – much of it a response to the fuel crisis, however by the late 80's, public perception of French built items were waning, numbers showing they were at an all time low...

2012 Peugeot 3008 Allure 2.0 HDi Review

We got our ex-dealer 3008 with about 25,000 kms on it. I've added 20,000 kms on it so far. The 3008 shines in its frugal and torquey diesel engine and great ergonomics, especially in terms of the front seats with their excellent side bolstering and under-knee support and the perfectly sized steering wheel with built-in 'blisters' for resting your palms on...

2012 Peugeot 308 C Allure HDi Review

After owning a 307 1600 HDi hatchback for eight and a half years from nearly new, I decided to replace it with a 308 and was tempted by a 2yo CC 2.0litre Allure model. Apart from the lack of coffee cup holder and not a lot of space for the occasional trip with two passengers 6'3 high in it, this is a dream stylish car to own and drive...

2003 Peugeot 307 1.6 Review

This was the European car of the year in 2002. The excitement of buying a new Euro car in 2003 wore off very quickly. I'm a patient person and held my nerve. Thankfully, I had 3 years of warranty to sort out most things. Some others just can't be fixed. After 90,000km I feel I am qualified to comment: 1) Ride is very firm and had to replace the OEM Conti tyres with something more supple to minimise the urban crash and bang...

2010 Peugeot 308 CC Review

Please note, this is a woman's review so don't expect to read technical jargon. Never owned a French car before, previously had VW beetle, Ford escort and Mitsubishi Pajero io for 10 years. Decided to have a complete change and buy a convertible, however, had no idea of what to buy until one day I happened to see a full page advertisement for this car when it was released here in 2009...

2007 Peugeot 407 ST HDi Executive Review

Our Peugeot 407 ST Hdi is a turbo diesel manual. It spends the majority of its life on country road both sealed and unsealed. We have just clicked over 250,000km and the car is only just run in. Handling is nothing short of brilliant. Economy is out of this world. We have averaged 5.4l/100km for the life of the car in both City and Country traffic...

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