Written on: 15/03/2013
I've had my 206diesel since December 05 when i bought the car it had 15500 miles its now covered 48000 I've changed the oil every 6000 and filters as an when. Had exaust an bracks disks done an cam belt at 41000 with power steering belt. Last year had new shocker bearing. But the power steering scweals when cold on full lock. But not a bad car all round touch wood for a low mileage car. But build quality is poor 7 out off 10… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/01/2013 by philipguy (1 review written)
I've had my 206diesel since December 05 when i bought the car it had 15500 miles its now covered 48000 I've changed the oil every 6000 and filters as an when. Had exaust an bracks+disks done an cam belt at 41000 with power steering belt. Last year had new shocker bearing. But the power steering scweals when cold on full lock. But not a bad car all round touch wood for a low mileage car. But build quality is poor 7 out off 10… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/06/2011 by orribgleoldgit (1 review written)
My mrs bought her 206 2.0 hdi some years ago,whereas i was and still am into things fast and low,but over the years ive driven the 206 and can not fault it in any way,so much so that i bought my sister one for a present. I have the mrs 206 now that she has moved on and got a new car,i use it as my daily smoker,its fantasticaly reliable and i have hammered the guts out of it. Its better on fuel at speed than it is chugging along,never broke down once,30 quid a year to tax,plenty of space ,what… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/05/2011
this car is my first car that is mine. and i have absolutely no problems with it. when i bought it, it had done 101,000 so there was the inevitable problem, the fuel regulator was bust. this was to be expected tbh and the garage i bought it off did a good job in fixing it. i have now done 104,001 miles and the car is amazing to drive, the high levels of torque are great but the BHP is a little tow for a 2.0 TD, but this is a standoff of power and economy, and economy won... i have had 600 miles… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/10/2010
Test Drove a Peugeot 206 2.0 HDI TurboD. what can i say! its awful.
1. - Build quality is poor, i tried moving the seat forward and it jammed in place!! the salesman was aplologysing for it!!
2. No Room in the back!
3. For a 2.0 TurboD ENGINE! that only makes 90bhp is pathetic... its very bad. a 1.2 corsa makes more bhp than this thing. it isnt fast at all. its nippy 2000rpm-3200rpm and thats it! no pull whatsoever after..
4. The gear ratios are far to long.
5. Dont get… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/06/2010
Part exchanged a V reg 1.8 litre petrol 306 for the 206 what a big mistake sorry huge massive mistake. It's to hard riding, 2nd gear is way to long theres no feeling in the steering or the brakes. to be honest i DONT FEEL SAFE driving this car and would have to 306 back in a heartbeat the 10 year old car did everything better than this 5 year old one.
To put it simply "206 better off as scrap!"… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/12/2009
brillient car and great on fuel put £20 in it one days and drove around for 8 - 9 hours arounds towns and motorways althought its 90BHP its got alot of torque and picks up speed very well with a remapp or chip this car will do wonders 100% recommended for anyone
ps this is my first so very cheap insurance group 5
although its £190 a year for road tax but worth it
hope this helped… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/11/2009
A great "wee car" but for a diesel (2.0 hdi) its bad on fuel, I did a "brim to brim" the other day and with easy town driving I get 35 to the gal which is hellish. Its just been serviced eg plugs ect ect the only thing I can think of (and probably wont help) is cleaning the maf… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/06/2009 by cesaruap (1 review written)
I have one year now with my Peugot 206 2.0 HDI and can say it is a very good car. Very fast and with great economy.
… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/01/2009
Peugeot 206 2.0 HDi 90. Great styling, very good looking car.
Great torque, my cars normally struggle to pick up much speed up hill, but this car as no trouble.
Fuel economy is great and so is the £35 road tax.
This is my 3rd Pug after a 205gti and a 306.
Not disappointed with the car at all, Peugeot still make great cars.
Heater controls are a little dated but that's not really a bad point.
Clutch tends to be high takes a little getting used to… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/12/2008
Car good for young persons who likes dynamic driving style without fuel consumption more then 5.5 liter. Good suspension, overview from cockpit. well designed its line still modern in comparison with new models… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/06/2008
I had one for over a year and would recommend it to anyone. It pulls like a train and I've had to watch the speed limit (50 mph) pulling up hills in 5th gear. The boot is small but the car is small - if you want a big car then buy a big car!… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/01/2008 by gazzawood (1 review written)
previously owned a 306 turbo diesel which I much prefer to my Peugeot 206 hdi. would not buy another one. this is just your average car which does everything rather boringly and with a major lack of style,especially the interior. my advice to people thinking of buying one is spend a bit more money and get a tdi golf. which I intend to do myself… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/01/2007 by southam (1 review written)
The concept of the Peugeot MPV is just as good as the Renault Espace that I had previously owned. However, in over 40 years of motoring this is the most problematic car that I have ever owned. Not one electronic fault has been corrected and to add to that each computer upgrade has made things worse. Computer upgrades cannot be reversed according to the manufacturers! Previous Peugeot cars and one I still own, all non computerized, have been reliable and lived to a high mileage. What has… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/02/2006 by easilyled (13 reviews written)
Good mechanical car, been reliable and cheap to run. Good on the motorway. Let down by dreadful ventilation and that crazy interior light that doesn't come on then does then aaarrgghh. Peugeot please note, all I would like is a light to come on when I open the door and to be able to switch it on if I am sitting inside after dark. Why on earth does it not do those 2 basic functions? The seat belt gets jammed on the backrest adjustment lever. The dealer network has been very poor to me, very poor… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/04/2005 by lley (2 reviews written)
Nobody can deny how good this Peugeot 206 2.0 HDi 90 family car looks and it does stand out. I choose this car merely on its looks but have not been disappointed with its performance. Although it only needs very light touches on the pedals it drives well, has a nice feel and has all the pace and power you need, perhaps a little too much. The car has plenty of room, even though the three doors can be a nuisance (for the passenger mind and not the driver). I would always recommend a 3dr though… Read Full Review
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