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Peugeot 106 Overview

The Peugeot 106 is in the supermini class and was produced by the French automobile manufacturer Peugeot, which is itself part of the PSA Peugeot Citroen Company. This car is no longer in production, but was produced between 1991 and 2004. The original development was taken from the Citroen AX and is a good drive, cheap to run and a low cost car. There is not that much room in the rear of the vehicle but overall this is a very reliable car and sensible option.

Peugeot 106 History

The phase 1 (1991-96) was designed as Peugeots smallest entry level car, based on the Citroen AX design platform, while making it safer and stronger. This was designed as a competitor to the Renault Clio and became a very successful car in this class. In 1994 there were sportier version introduced to the range: XSi and Rallye models.

The phase 2 (1996-2004) introduced fuel injection and extra equipment features as standard. The Citroen Saxo design was based on this car. When the Peugeot 206 became available in 1998, the available engine range was reduced, as the 206 was seen as a replacement for the 106, but then Peugeot decided to change the 106 with the 107. The last 106 was produced in 2004 before being replaced with the 107 the following year.


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Fuel Economy

As there was such a vast range of small engines available for this car: 1.0 – 1.6 petrol and 1.4 and 1.5 diesel engines they were extremely economical. The average miles per gallon across the range is 43mpg, with the diesel engines being the most economical, not including the electric version which was on sale between 1995 and 2003. Remember to consider the age, fuel type and engine size when thinking about fuel economy.


Some of the smaller 1.0 and 1.1 engines were available with 4-speed manual gearbox but the rest of the range had 5-speed manual gearbox. An automatic gearbox was an option across the range. Have a look at the Peugeot gearbox section of our website to look for your gearbox parts.


Have you experienced problems with parts on the 106? If so, why not check our 106 problems page here? To find Peugeot 106 parts you can enter your vehicle details in our part finder, which initiates a search through our vast network of UK Breakers. You can also visit our Peugeot 106 parts page to locate your needed parts.