Peugeot has revised its 206 range, including the addition of a new Sport model.
The new Peugeot 206 range will still start with the 206 Independence 1.1 three door model, with a mono CD player as standard and now available for just £7595 on the road.
Moving up the range, the 206 Style is now deleted and replaced by the 206 S 1.1, with an on the road price of £8420.
Building on the success of the 206 Zest, the new 206 Zest 2 is introduced. Based on the current 206 Zest with its “Pop’ art” trim, it is now available with either a 1.1 or 1.4 litre petrol engine or the 1.4 HDi diesel engine, with air-conditioning now a standard feature and prices starting at £8395 on the road.
The new 206 Sport is available in both three and five door versions, with two petrol engine options, a 1.1 or 1.4 16v and also Peugeot’s 2.0 litre HDi diesel engine. The Sport features the fully body coloured visual appeal of a GTi complete with alloy wheels, digital air-conditioning with climate control, fog lights and a stereo radio / mono CD player. Prices start at £8995.
The 206 Quiksilver now becomes available with either a 1.6 litre petrol engine or a 1.6 litre HDi diesel unit, both producing 110 bhp. 15″ Sirocco alloy wheels, front sports wings, digital climate control with air-conditioning, all become standard fitment. The 1.4 16v petrol engine is now deleted from the range.
The new 206 range is available at Peugeot Dealers from 1 January, with free insurance (buyers aged 21 – 80, not including Northern Ireland ) available on all 206 models registered before 31 March 2005 and £400 of free fuel on every non-fleet diesel 206 model ordered before 31 January 2005.