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Peugeot 407 1.6 HDi 110

Peugeot 407 1.6 HDi 110


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Since it went on sale in June 2004, Peugeot’s desirable 407 is seeing a ‘champion’ within the range. The Euro IV compliant HDi 110 engine has been hailed a major success by fleet customers with orders received from some 50 major fleets in just the past six months.


The 110 bhp HDi turbo charged diesel engine produces a maximum torque of 180 lb ft at 1,750 rpm which, thanks to the engine’s "over boost" function – activated with the engine at full load between 1,500 rpm and 3,750 rpm – can provide a temporary torque increase of 8.3%. With combined fuel consumption figure of 51.3 mpg this model is both environmentally friendly and economical to operate. Eco-friendly CO2 readings of 145 g/km and 149 g/km for the saloon and SW respectively put the HDi 110 diesel in the lowest 15 per cent bracket for company car drivers.

Statistics - MY2006

CO2 emissions: 145g/km

MPG Combined: 51.3

Engine: 1560cc Diesel
Transmission : 5 Speed Man

BHP/Torque: 110bhp/240Nm


Kerb Weight: 1512kg
Top Speed: 119 MPH
0-62 MPH: 11.7 secs
Insurance Group: 8
Warranty: 36 months/60,000


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Reviewed by Christopher from Newbury on 17 August 2007
The Prius is supposed to be the economic car revolution. My friends, it is far from it. A Prius is "supposed" to average 60mpg, in reality a Prius will on average earn a 40mpg; when driven carefully. A Peugeot 406 2.0 litre diesel can easily earn an average of 45+mpg. The worst part about the Prius is trying to recycle the "car". The battery is next to unrecylable due to the chemicals used; and because of the complexity of the car it requires 3x the carbon emissions to separate the different materials, this also applies to the manufacture. However these cars are the quietest cars you will ever drive, and with it's central computer it is reassuring knowing what the car is doing at all times.

Avoid the London Congestion Charge





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