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The Peugeot family originally established Peugeot in 1810. Before motor vehicles became the flavour of the day they were involved in building coffee mills and bicycles. In 1889 Emile Peugeot took the first step into powered automobiles by building a steam-powered tricycles. This was followed by an motorcar featuring a Daimler engine in 1890.
The Lion badge made famous by Peugeot was first used by the company in 1858. It seems to have brought them some luck, as over the years Peugeot has won 9 Spanish COTY awards, 4 in Italy, 2 in Ireland, and 4 for the whole of Europe. They currently have factories in 19 different countries. The parent company is PSA Peugeot Citroen, since Peugeot purchased a controlling stake in Citroen in 1975.
In Peugeot’s Own Words… Peugeot has long tried to project the passion behind the experience, as their short motto shows, ‘Motion and Emotion’.
In Our Words… Peugeot have long been one of the big manufacturers in Europe, but their current model range is as comprehensive as ever. They have never duplicated the success of some of their earlier hot hatches, and hope the current RC-Z will help to shake off a reputation for being a little dull.
Peugeot Maintenance… Peugeot build quality has been a little suspect in decades passed, but they seem to have the issues ironed out now, and they are a reliable car overall. Maintenance through a main dealer can still come at a premium.
Interesting Peugeot Fact… Peugeot sponsors Sochaux football club, which was established by one of the Peugeot family members.
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Brian Kenderdine from Portland drives
a PEUGEOT BOXER 330 LX SWB HDI 2006
On the whole I'm very pleased with our campervan. I've owned Peugeot cars in the past and I've always been happy with them
Partsgateway Purchase: right hand headlamp assy
Matt O\'Reilly from Manchester drives
a PEUGEOT 207 SE 2008
Rot in the fuse box
02 sensors failed
Partsgateway Purchase: Fuse Box
Fiona from drives
a PEUGEOT 307 SW SE HDI 110 2007
now it is getting a little more elderly little issues are occurring e.g warning light with no reason. on the whole the car is very reliable and a nice drive.
Partsgateway Purchase: Air Conditioning Pump
John mills-walker from Withernsea drives
a PEUGEOT 308 ACCESS HDI 2012
Partsgateway Purchase: Seat belt
Elizabeth Main from Tranent drives
a PEUGEOT 307 HATCHBACK SPECIAL EDITIONS 2005
Some sensors are unreliable and come on for no particular reason, especially in a hard frost.
Partsgateway Purchase: oil filler cap
carol from Stockport drives
a PEUGEOT 106 INDEPENDENCE 2002
no problems been very reliable
Partsgateway Purchase: Window Regulator
fiona Sherrin from Liphook drives
a PEUGEOT 208 ACTIVE HDI 2013
On a separate note we have just had a shocking problem with a peugeot 208 that is only 4 years old. faulty catalytic converter which they would not admit was a problem nationally. Diesel filter also trashed and the heat sensor
Partsgateway Purchase: Wing Mirror Cover
Kevin whatley from Bristol drives
a PEUGEOT 308 S 120 2008
Have not had many problems with this car
Partsgateway Purchase: Washer Bottle
Michael John Monk from Crawley drives
a PEUGEOT 206 LX 2003
Only had car a few months, found that rear wiper motor requires specialist fixings only from Peugeot.
Partsgateway Purchase: N/S front hub assembly
Jon Worthy from New Malden drives
a PEUGEOT 206 ALLURE 2005
It's fine for what it is and it's age. Only had normal problems associated with an older car. Not the kind of vehicle I would normally go for but it's serving a purpose at the moment.
Partsgateway Purchase: Engine