2008 Peugeot 307 BREAK D-SIGN 1.6 16V HDi Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour

For more in depth reviews check my channel: www.youtube.com Filmed by: Tomaž Kožar Jesenice In the 1980s the Peugeot 205 GTi became the hot hatch to own, beating the Volkswagen Golf GTI not in terms of dynamic performance but in sheer good looks. Today the Peugeot 307 is doing the same to the likes of the Ford Focus and Honda Civic. No coincidence then that when VW revealed the new Golf recently many observers perceived a distinct similarity to the chic French hatchback. Introduced to Britain in April 2001, the Peugeot 307 was a replacement for the aged 306, and it was nothing short of a revolution in terms of safety, space and quality. At nearly 8in longer than its predecessor, the 307 managed to make room for a host of additional safety features as well as being capable of accommodating five adults in comfort. The broad range of petrol engines includes a 1.4 litre (75bhp), 1.6 litre (110bhp) and a sporty 2 litre producing 138bhp. Dependent on the choice of engine, the 307′s character can be transformed from shopping car to relaxed motorway cruiser. For many drivers an even more appealing prospect is the economy of a diesel engine. The smallest 1.4 litre 70bhp unit is more fun than it sounds on paper. Being relatively light, the diesel unit does nothing to inhibit the car’s great handling and, best of all, makes it capable of more than 60mpg. More powerful options are offered by the 2 litre HDi unit, providing a choice of 90bhp or 110bhp thanks to differences in the

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