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PEUGEOT 206 Hatchback 1998‑2009
349 owner reviews for PEUGEOT 206 Hatchback 1998‑2009
1.6 16v XSi 110bhp
PEUGEOT 206 1.6 XSi 3dr [AC] (Review date: 27th April '13)
Owned for over 1 year now, very cheap to maintain, insurance is reasonable and the punchy 1.6 engine returns over 40MPG on a run.
had to replace the exhaust, brakes and tyres in 1 year, just general age related/wearing items, parts are very cheap!
My XSi model is packed with all the mod cons, automatic headlights, automatic wiping, steering wheel radio controls, trip computer and much much more.
For a small car theres plenty of room, boot space is OK and front seats seat me well and I am 6ft tall.
The car is pleasant to drive, feels nimble but holds the road well with it, fuel consumption is great when driven steady (41mpg combined and nearly 50 on motorways), 110bhp from a lightweight one point six litre engine makes for some pretty decent acceleration too, would defenaitely say the rival of this car would be the ford fiesta zetec S, and I would take the 206 everytime.
The drivers side pillar is abit obstructive, interior build quality is abit shakey along with some of the outer trim, and the tiny pedals can take some getting used to, but if you can live with that, it is a great cheap run around.
Spacious but not very reliable
PEUGEOT 206 1.1 LX 3dr (Review date: 26th April '13)
Had it for a couple of months and it wasn't long before the gearbox started playing up. Took it to the mechanic who apparently fitted a new clutch and gearbox but the gears still feel loose and not very trustworthy.
Wouldn't recommend it as a first car or any car for that matter not too sure about other Peugeots but I certainly wouldn't by another one.
120000 mile 206 1.4 petrol still going strong!
PEUGEOT 206 1.4 LX 5dr [AC] (Review date: 24th February '13)
My 206 is 02 reg and covered 120000 miles but still going strong and is reliable, having said that the interior creaks and rattles and the gearchange is sloppy and the gearbox wines but for a small french car its good and covers 46 mpg but I have it serviced and repaired regardless of cost and do not thrash it!
Great car at low cost
PEUGEOT 206 1.4 HDi SE 3dr [DAC+CC] (Review date: 6th December '12)
One of the best I've owned
PEUGEOT 206 2.0 HDi 90 LX 3dr [AC] (Review date: 3rd December '12)
I didnt want this car but ended up with the car by default after damaging it on the test run... Every cloud has a silver lining apparently, and this is mine. As of today my 206HDI has 211,000 on the clock and has taken me the 100 mile round trip to work and back every day for the last three years without a hiccup. All I've had to do is service it (AT THE CORRECT INTERVALS!), change tyres, renew drop links (quite a few times admittedly) and put in fuel. I also had to change the rear beam bearings at £160. Other than that - nothing. Starts first time every time, is comfortable, reliable, returns 55+mpg on motorways and is surprisingly quick for a 90bhp run around. I don't think they look terribly great and are as common as muck but I would bet money that half the bad review on this page has come from people who have bought uncared for cars. I have a full service history and drive reasonably carefully therefore dont get much trouble. This is possibly one of the best cars I've ever owned.