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Peugeot 307 Overview

The Peugeot 307 is in the small family car class and was produced by the French motor vehicle company Peugeot, which is part of the larger PSA Peugeot Citroen group. This car was in production from 2001 – 2008. The 307 is larger than its predecessor the 306. This car looks good, has good safety features but is a heavy ride, which affect performance. There isn’t much room in the rear either. This car is very expensive, rivalling the VW Golf but not as refined.

Peugeot 307 History

This car was first introduced as a replacement to the 306 for the European market in 2001. It went on to win the European car of the year in 2002. It was also sold in many other markets across the world. Although the 307 was designed on the same platform as the 306, it is bigger in almost every way. The Citroen Xsara and ZX are based on this same platform. This vehicle was known for its poor reliability and poor build quality. In 2005 the 307 received a makeover to keep up with its competitors. The makeover affected the front of the vehicle, with a new grille design, lights and bumpers and improved on its predecessors design faults. This vehicle ceased production in 2008 in Europe and was replaced with the 308. It continued to be produced in Argentina until 2011.


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Fuel Economy

The three petrol engines available are: 1.4, 1.6 and 2.0 with the diesel options being the same: 1.4, 1.6 and 2.0L. The best in terms of economy is the 1.4 HDi which offers an average of 62mpg. The petrol engines average about 40 mpg. Consider the age, fuel type and engine size when determining fuel economy of the vehicle.


There are manual and automatic gearboxes available for the 307, depending on which version you own. Have a look at the Peugeot gearbox section of our website to locate your Peugeot gearbox related parts.


If you are after Peugeot 307 parts then you will be sure to find them here at Breakeryard. We have a comprehensive network of different Breakers around the country waiting to meet your need. Check out our 307 parts page or enter your vehicle details in our part finder to locate your parts. If you are having problems with parts on the 307, why not check our 307 problem parts page here for an answer.