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Peugeot 307

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3.5 from 35 reviews · View Statistics

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3.5

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    Cory Byrne

    Cory ByrneLismore

    Amazing Car! Will be purchasing a Pug again

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    Absolutely amazing car brought second hand with 20,000kms in 2004 and have had since then it now has 258,000 kms on it apart from scheduled servicing I have replace an idol bearing and that's it! has been a rock of a car, has never ever let me down and started first time everytime! only thing I wish it had was Bluetooth but het its a 2002 model and ill be keeping it until it no longer runs! perfect car for a first car or a run about!

    Engine Size1.6L Petrol
    TransmissionManual
    BodyHatch
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    earthflute

    earthfluteSydney, NSW

    • 13 reviews
    • 7 likes

    Some good, some bad

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    Engine Size2L turbo diesel
    Transmission6 speed auto
    Engine Size2.0L Turbo-Diesel
    BodyHatch
    BadgeHDi
    1 comment
    IwanSchana
    IwanSchana

    The steering columns are not "the wrong way around" - it's a European car, not an Asian car.

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    Economy with performance

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    2006 hdi has been fault less returning 50 mpg on average (checked every 10,000km). The safety options exceed most other cars of same vintage and the speed limiter has meant I have kept my licence given the acceleration that this 2 litre diesel delivers. Handle corners and everything else the last 7 years has thrown at it. Great car
    Eonomy. Performance
    Have to move front seats forward to be able to fold back seats flat to gain greater load space

    Engine Size2.0L Turbo-Diesel
    BodyHatch
    BadgeHDi
    1 comment
    Ports67
    Ports67

    10 years up for this car and just had my first mechanical fault. A valve regarding exhaust gases jammed open. Last 10,000 km I achieved 5.4 litres/100 km in Melbourne driving. Love this car.

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    Worst car i've ever driven that is 'roadworthy'

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    Engine Size2.0L Petrol
    TransmissionManual
    BodyHatch
    1 comment
    fantomai
    fantomai

    What year is your car?

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    Bassett

    Bassett

    • 26 reviews
    • 24 likes

    After sales service?

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    BodyHatch
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    A Good Car, Without a Doubt

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    Engine Size2 litre
    Transmissionauto
    Engine Size2.0L Petrol
    BodyHatch
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    posypennybunny

    posypennybunny

    • 5 reviews
    • 1 like

    Bad

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    BodyHatch
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    Elijah B.
    Elijah B.

    It sounds like you don't know that the station wagon model has a wind down spare.

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    paulneri

    paulneriKingston 2604, ACT

    • 13 reviews
    • 2 likes

    Good

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    The pug becomes your friend. It looks after you on a cold and dark highway many miles from anywhere. You can be lucky or unlucky when it comes to Pug quality and reliability - I was lucky!
    Safe and "planted" feel; lovely shape (first model only); handles well for a seemingly heavy car.
    no grunt; no low-down torque; terrible city-car but great highway cruiser; difficult to park; still can't get the aircon/heater to work properly as in switch it off.

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    Good

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    Will definitely look at the 308 for my next vehicle; these cars are just better overall compared to Volks, Citroen, GMH and Ford offerings.
    Fuel consumption, comfort, steering, climate control. The height of the vehicle gives sense of security in traffic, and the safety features are highly commended.
    Agree with others, the handling/suspension not as great as 306, carpet at door seal lifted on day one, headlamps need replacing too often (and high $$$).

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    Dijoca

    DijocaVictoria

    • 93 reviews
    • 14 likes

    Good

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    Very happy with the overall car Bucket seats with leather interior, cruise control, 6 stack CD, fog lights, sunroof, etc. It gets about 500km a tank in city about 700 country driving. No problems with the electronics car is now 3 years old. tyre noise is bad when tyres are half worn out new tyres fixed this. now no noise. The two doors swing right out you always have to be carefull as the can get away from you and hit cars parked next to you.
    smooth ride, great feel, small look but very spacious interior
    Two door version is very hard to get in the back

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    rebo28

    rebo28

    • 27 reviews
    • 9 likes

    Good

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    The Peugeot 307 has never disappointed me with it's futuristic design and ability to go for longer. It cruises comfortably on the highway although manouvering it can sometimes be a problem, due to it's larger-than-normal-small-car size. It seats five adults without complaint and the dashboard is beautiful. An excellent car, especially if you love diesel.
    Sleek and stylish; comfortable interior; quiet engine; econonmic with fuel; choice of diesel or petrol; quality French brand.
    Because it isn't such a popular brand like Ford or Holden, spare parts can sometimes be difficult to find. However that is nothing compared to the car itself.

    BodyHatch
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    IMVHO

    IMVHO

    • 2 reviews

    Good

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    Nice car but if I had my time again I would have purchsed the Subaru Liberty GT. Fun with the roof down but because the Australian sun is so fierce you can't really have the roof down in the middle of the day without asking for sunburn! The boot just fits the Phil & Teds pram and a couple of bags of shopping with the roof up. Our wiper blades are really noisy too.
    Luxurious interior. Back seat can fit a baby capsule/seat
    No guts. Expensive to change tyres, have to replace every 12 months or so, every 20 000kms approx. Service very expensive, 40 000km service was over $800!

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    skip351

    skip351

    • 3 reviews
    • 1 like

    Bad

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    BodyHatch
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    andreanajames

    andreanajames

    • 3 reviews
    • 1 like

    Excellent

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    If you are after an affordable stylish looking car with plenty of torque and room for all the family or your mates than this is your car! The seats are comfortable and there is plenty of head room.

    The sound system is pretty good, but I wish it had a 6 stacker CD player.
    If you are tossing up hatchback to buy this is your car! you won't be disappointed.

    Hapy motoring!
    Looks great. The car has a very quiet ride in comparision to my previous car which was a similar car.The seats are comfortable. Climate control works really well in summer.Only needs a service every 20000kms! I've had mine for 2 years and it has cost $350 to service in this time!
    Nothing. I love my car!

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    jenny-pr13942

    jenny-pr13942

    • 2 reviews

    Good

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    I really love this car which has been our "family" car for 4 years now. Kids growing bigger now so need to upgrade, more for the luggage space than for the footroom. Have looked at some wagons (eg Outback) which don't have as much room in the backseat, or the boot. Will be sad to part with this little beauty.
    Good looking, economical, nice big fuel tank, very roomy for what looks like a small car
    Have had some ongoing, minor electrical problems (eg indicator and tail light globes blowing regularly), "over-cancelling" problem with indicator stalk fixed for free by dealer, even outside of warranty (known problem with these cars)

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    Dave
    Dave

    I too had the same problem.

    Local Auto sparkie bypassed the connections on the board with soldering a wire directly to the globe terminal. Problem solved.

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    Questions & Answers

    Craig W.

    Craig W.asked

    307

    My peugeot 307 hdi 2.0 deisle estate had new gear cables fitted Saturday. Saturday night got stuck in gear and wouldn't come back out so tuck back to the garage it's now finding gears fine but won't drive? Garage is now saying cluch but everything was fine with the car apart from gear cables plz help?

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    Ruby

    Rubyasked

    307

    Hey guys, I am looking to buy a 2007 Peugeot 307cc convertible, what do you believe is the true rule consumption combined in l/100km?

    Thanks so much, Ruby

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    Jamie M.

    Jamie M.asked

    307

    Can a 2008 deasel auto gear box fit on to a petrol one

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    Peugeot 307

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    Peugeot 307 T5
    • Discontinued

    Peugeot 307 T5 (2001-2005)

    3.6
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    Peugeot 307 T6
    • Discontinued

    Peugeot 307 T6 (2005-2009)

    3.5
    (27)
    CategoryConvertibles, Wagons and HatchbacksConvertibles, Wagons and Hatchbacks
    Starting Price $23,990$27,690
    TransmissionAutomatic and ManualAutomatic and Manual
    Drive TypeFront Wheel Drive (FWD)Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
    Fuel TypePetrolPetrol
    Wheels15" Steel16" Alloy
    ANCAP Safety Rating4 Stars4 Stars
    Fuel Consumption7.4 L/100km7.4 L/100km
    Fuel Tank Capacity 60 L60 L
    Engine4 Cylinder 1.6L4 Cylinder 1.6L
    Max Power80kW @ 5750rpm80kW @ 5800rpm
    Max Torque147Nm @ 3900rpm147Nm @ 4000rpm
    Country of ManufactureFranceFrance
    Manufacturer Warranty3 year(s)3 year(s)
    Release dateJan 2001Jan 2005
    Discontinuation dateDec 2005Dec 2009
    Replaced byPeugeot 307 T6 and Peugeot 308Peugeot 308
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