Written on: 19/05/2011 by spiralcityarchietect (3 reviews written)
I love this little car, the engines are bullitproof and it has never let me down. All parts replaced we're usual wear and tear items that any car needs to have done. Don't listen to people who bad mouth French cars I can't speak for Renault but Citroen and Peugeot's have been very reliable for me.
I love the way it looks, the lack of electronics just back to basics driving a to b transport with a little bit of style and rarity.
Sure its not fast compared to modern cars (its certainly no… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/04/2010
for an old car i am very impressed with the performance and handling. engine is serviced regular there should be no problems for at least 100,000 miles. very sporty. economy is as expected for a gti- foot down it drinks fuel general drivivg i get about 30mpg. body work is in excellent condition ( looked after). parts are always available especially from pug/205 clubs. easy to modify with not much limit,(205gti6 most common). unless you need a big car theres no reason to part with one of these… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/05/2008
An original car is always a good view, but I'm mean it because I like old cars, and those old cars i prefer the 205 gti 1.6 I have got one in under reconstruction… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/01/2005 by blackdice23 (1 review written)
What needs to be said about the Peugeot 205 GTi 1.6? Popular convention states that the VW Golf GTi was the first hot hatch. This is true, but the 205 was the pioneer. Even now, it is still cool. The name of the hot hatch, for most manufacturers, has been sullied by pink Nova's and slammed Golf's, but the 205 is a true enthusiasts rollerskate. Conceived in 1984, before the age of 'practicality' and 'emissions' and 'health & safety', and perfected over the next decade, Peugeot had only one… Read Full Review
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