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Peugeot 206 Overview

The Peugeot 206 is a supermini car produced and manufactured by the French automobile company Peugeot, which is part of the larger PSA Peugeot Citroen group. Although the 206 ended production in 2010, it is still marketed under the 206+ name in Brazil, instead of changing to the 207 as happened in other international markets. Although this vehicle looks very classy from the outside, the interior leaves a lot to be desired and it has been mentioned many times about the terrible driving position. There are many engines and different trim levels available for this car.

Peugeot 206 History

When Peugeot decided to phase out the 205, they didn’t think they would need a direct replacement, as their customers would have the option of the smaller 106 or larger 306. This idea didn’t quite work out as planned so they needed to change strategy quickly. This led to the development of the 206 which first appeared on the market in 1998.

This was a front wheel drive small hatchback car which had a few different versions built over the years (1998-2010). In 1999 a GTi version was produced, and in 2001 a station wagon and coupe convertible versions respectively.

The 207 was launched in 2006 which would be the eventual replacement of the 206. The 206 was kept in production until 2010 when it was finally phased out, but by the time the last car was produced, this had become Peugeots best selling car of all time.

Models

L
Eco
Independence
Zest
Urban
Look2
XS
Verve
Style
Entice
Fever
LX
S
Zest2
Zest3
SE
Sport3
D Turbo
Look
Quiksilver
Sport
GLX
XSi
Roland Garros
Allure
GTi
Grand Tourisme

Fuel Economy

There were a wide variety of different engines available across this range. For petrol engines there were: 1.0, 1.1, 1.4, 1.6 and 2.0. The diesel options were: 1.4, 1.6, 1.9 and 2.0L. The diesel options are the most economical but the petrol version offer good value for money. Take into consideration the age, fuel type and engine size when determining fuel economy.

Transmission

There were manual and automatic gearboxes available for the 206, depending on which version you bought. Have a look at the Peugeot gearbox section of our website to locate your gearbox related parts.

Parts

There are many Peugeot 206 parts available here at Breakeryard. If you are having problem with parts on the 206, why not check out 206 problems page here? Have a look at the page dedicated to 206 parts or you can enter your vehicle details in our part finder to search through our vast network of UK Breakers and locate the exact part you require.