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Peugeot 206 Sedan ( 2006 )

Peugeot 206 Sedan

Part of a range that has already seen the production of more than 5 million units, the 206 sedan enhances still further the acknowledged versatility of the 206, which in its different versions now represents a fully-formed daisy.

The fifth silhouette in the 206 family, the 206 sedan, is at once modern, elegant and versatile, and has been designed by the Peugeot Style Centre.

It is aimed at a wide range of customers who emphasise the importance of image by choosing a car with demonstrable visual appeal, but are also demanding in terms of the considerable functional attributes offered by the 206 sedan, a vehicle with four doors and a boot.

Equipped from its launch with a proven mechanical specification in terms of engines, transmissions and suspension but, adapted to the different markets in which it will be sold, this new 206 is also generous in terms of convenience and safety equipment.


Since its launch in either a 3 or 5-door hatchback, the 206 has gradually grown as a range, being enhanced by the successive appearance of the coupé cabriolet, and SW.

While presenting different silhouettes, the elegance of their bodywork has always been to the fore thanks to a balanced visual aesthetic consisting of taut, sculpted lines and finely modelled curves.

The style of the new four door, « booted » 206 sedan has a generous and discreet rear design and places it clearly as part of the 206 range, recognised for its feline look and « mischievous » front design.

2006 Peugeot 206 Sedan

Indeed, the roof, rear quarter panels, rear windscreen, boot and wings blend together at the front and sides of a 206 easily recognisable by its forward-positioned and inclined front windscreen.
At the rear, lights identical to those of the hatchback curve around the wing to reinforce the natural elegance of this car, which also receives a boot lid with a registration plate mounted on a chrome-plated mounting panel.

At once dynamic, practical and user-friendly, this latest addition to the 206 range radiates a style accentuated by the rear design inspired by that of the 607 and which blends pleasingly and gracefully with the natural characteristics of all 206 models.

In its guise as a classic, status-enhancing saloon, the latest edition of the 206 range combines a generous load volume, which is extremely practical, with a graceful overall profile thanks to the purity of the design achieved by the Peugeot Style Centre.

Inside, the fluidity of form and finish common to all 206s creates a welcoming ambience both in terms of its generous interior space and the large number of storage areas.

Inside, passengers perceive and enjoy a spacious car, with a vivacious atmosphere achieved through the use of quality fabrics covering numerous surfaces, and comfort thanks to the quality of the standard equipment placed at their disposal.


The architecture of the 206 sedan is similar to that of all 206s, with a transverse-mounted power train in the engine compartment and a rigid steel one-piece structure.

This architecture frees up maximum space for the passenger compartment and its five occupants and contributes to their protection in the event of an impact by providing designed crumple zones. This car is available with Petrol and Diesel engines and manual and automatic gearboxes.

The interior space of the 206 sedan is the result of a design based on the requirements of the occupants and a generous load capacity that can be expanded still further thanks to the modularity of the passenger seats.

With an overall length of 4.188 m and a width of 1.655 m, it has a wheelbase of 2.442 m.
Compared to the 3 or 5-door hatchback versions, the increase in overall length (+ 353 mm) is due solely to the extension of the rear overhang, which is increased to 961 mm instead of 608 previously.
This increase is dedicated entirely to increasing the capacity of the boot which, measuring 245 dm3 VDA on the hatchback, rises to 384 dm3 VDA on the 206 Sedan (+ 139 dm3 VDA).

Similarly, the length of the boot floor with the seats not folded increases to 984 mm (+ 235 mm) and, folded, to 1 475 mm, or a length of nearly one and a half metres.

This 206 Sedan not only creates an impression of space and volume; its modern architecture gives it a truly generous load capacity which is both easy and convenient to use.


Without altering in any way the mechanical characteristics of the 3 or 5-door hatchback models, the structure of the 206 sedan has the same ability to protect its occupants in the event of a serious collision. For example, under its different « exterior » there is a one-piece steel structure that has a full anti-corrosion treatment.

The engine compartment common to all 206s consists mainly of large chassis legs, on each of which, at the front, there are crumble zones intended to dissipate energy in the event of an impact (up to a load of 4.5 t).The presence of a short sub-frame strengthens the front assembly at the level of the bulkhead, while the almost vertical position of the power train frees up absorption space between the engine and the bulkhead, a configuration that also helps to ensure optimal protection for passengers.

On either side of the car, the one-piece body side panel is new and incorporates the rear quarter panel, the rear wing and connections with the roof, itself redesigned, as well as the boot surround and rear windscreen. In addition, a rear parcel shelf manufactured from steel plate connects the rear quarter panel pillars and supports anchorage points for the outer rear seat belts.
This parcel shelf also helps to ensure excellent acoustic insulation between the passenger compartment and the boot.

For the passenger compartment, the body sides are braced by numerous cross members, for example between the outer side members and the central tunnel, which is itself lined, and also on three levels in the upper part of the bulkhead and at the top of the front and rear windscreens, the rear parcel shelf, and lastly under the rear passengers on the rear suspension assembly.

The four doors have longitudinal reinforcements and padding (front doors) which, with a generously dimensioned ‘B/C’ post, contributes to the excellent protection afforded to passengers.

The rear floor, its length increased by 353 mm, receives a U-shaped spare wheel tray. At the rear, the entrance to the boot is reinforced by a cross member that connects the end of each side member.

In terms of passive safety the design and assembly of the structure of the 206 Sedan, offers a high level of rigidity, enabling it to protect its occupants and also to exploit the full potential of its suspension.

In addition, passengers are protected by two front air bags and pretensioning seat belts with force limiters. Each of the three rear passengers benefits from 3-point inertia reel seat belts.


The 206 Sedan is available with two 4-cylinder petrol injection engines — the TU3 with a capacity of 1360 cm3 and the TU5 with a capacity of 1586 cm3. These modern engines feature multi-point injection technology and have a toothed timing belt drive for the camshafts — one overhead camshaft and eight valves for the TU3A — two overhead camshafts and 16 valves for the TU5JP4. Both engines are also capable of operating on fuels with different octane ratings.

For example, the TU3A develops a maximum power of 55 kW (around 75 bhp) at 5500 rpm and a maximum torque of 120 Nm at 3400 rpm regardless of the fuel used.

According to the octane rating being used, the TU5JP4 engine, adapted to various situations, develops 80 kW at 5800 rpm (around 110 bhp) while with an octane rating below RON 95 it develops 78 kW (around 105 bhp) at 5600 rpm.
Torque values are respectively 147 Nm or 142 Nm at 4000 rpm.

These engines with integral electronic management meet regulations in force in the different countries in which they are sold, particularly the Euro 4 standard.


Both engines are available with a MA5 manual 5-speed gearbox.With the 1.6 litre engine it is possible also to choose an automatic gearbox with electronic management and four speeds (AL4). All gearboxes are maintenance-free.

The MA5 gearbox has a different set of gear ratios depending on the engine with which it is fitted and thus provides power and torque characteristics specific to each engine. Operated manually by means of a gear lever mounted on the centre console, the gearbox also has a device which prevents the driver from accidentally engaging reverse gear when changing from fifth to fourth.

With the engine running on low octane fuel, a low ratio final drive gear is fitted to facilitate moving off and acceleration.

The AL4 automatic gearbox is managed electronically in conjunction with the engine. It can be used in an entirely automatic mode (gear lever positioned in D), or in « Porsche Tiptronic System » sequential mode with the lever positioned on the sequential control position (+ -).This AL4 gearbox also features two special programs, Sport and Snow, which can be activated simply by pressing a button corresponding to the required program. In Sport mode the driver can exploit the capacity of the engine to the full (more dynamic driving) while in Snow mode it is possible to move off in a controlled manner and therefore more easily under conditions of low or very low adherence.


The 206 sedan benefits from the traditional and recognised suspension know-how applied by Peugeot throughout its range.

For the suspension, the specification includes at the front two McPherson type struts and lower wishbones with a linked anti-roll bar. Each front strut mounting is composed of a helical spring and a concentric damper. At the rear, two rear suspension arms, two torsion bars, and two inclined dampers and, as on the 206 SW and RC, two tie rods ensure optimum control of the rear wheel suspension geometry.

To satisfy tougher than usual driving conditions (CRD), the basic specification of the 206 sedan includes the following special features:

+ A 20 mm increase in the ground clearance and overall height of the car, obtained by increasing the height of the springs.
+ Re-positioning of the damper bump stops.

In addition to these special features, there is a « protection » plate fitted under the power train.

The dual circuit vacuum-servo braking system of the 206 sedan is of course adapted to the performance of each of the two proposed engines.

With the 1.4 litre engine, the front brake discs have a diameter of 247 mm and a thickness of 13 mm. At the rear, drums with a diameter of 8 inches complete the system.

The performance of the 1.6 litre engine sees disc brakes mounted at the front and at the rear.
The diameter of the ventilated front discs is 266 mm with a thickness of 22 mm while at the rear, non-ventilated discs have been used (247 mm discs with a thickness of 8 mm).

XT versions receive as standard an anti-lock braking system (ABS) as well as emergency brake assist (EBA). During emergency braking, ABS preserves the car’s direction and stability, while EBA authorises maximum braking assistance, and therefore efficiency, as swiftly as possible in emergency situations. Electronic brake force distribution (EBFD) on each wheel also ensures the car’s stability under all circumstances.

During severe braking, the hazard warning lights come on automatically and are switched off either by accelerating away or by pressing the hazard warning light switch.

As on all 206s, the 206 sedan is equipped with rack and pinion steering with hydraulic power assistance.

Main equipment

The 206 sedan represents an attractive addition to the range and is available in XR and XT trim levels.To meet as many different customer expectations as possible, clear and consistent crossovers have been made available between the two levels.

For example, the XR level is uniquely equipped with the TU3A engine with a manual gearbox, while the XT level is available with both the TU3A engine with a manual gearbox and with the TU5JP4 engine with either a manual or automatic gearbox.
Standard equipment offered with all 206 sedans includes the following:

Exterior style
+ Sport front bumper and front fog lights.

+ Driver’s SMART 60 litre air bag
+ Passenger SMART 90 litre air bag
+ Active front seat belts (pretensioning)
+ Three 3-point rear seat belts

+ Power steering
+ Height-adjustable steering wheel
+ Electric front windows
+ Remote central door locking
+ Automatic drive away locking
+ 1/3 — 2/3 folding rear bench seat
+ Radio CD with remote controls under the steering wheel + two speakers and two tweeters

With its elegant style and practical features, reinforced by its generous load capacity, the 206 sedan combines proven, high-performance engineering with a suspension that ensures a high level of active safety, backed up by safety and comfort equipment generally reserved for cars of a higher segment.
This represents a highly attractive offer for a wide but increasingly demanding customer base.

Used Peugeot 206 review: 1999-2007

February 10, 2015

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The recent revival of interest in Peugeot in Australia following the launch of the European Car of the Year, the Peugeot 308, has apparently drawn attention to the rest of the French marque’s range.

Cars to benefit from this new focus on Peugeot here include one of the most popular of all, the small-medium 206 that’s the subject of this used-car review.

Introduced here in 1999 the Peugeot 206 sold well for the best part of 10 years, before being replaced by the Peugeot 207 in February 2007. The 206 appealed to Australian drivers looking for something offering more than low-cost Asian cars, either them or sensible but somewhat austere German machines.

The Peugeot 206 rode like a quality car and its chassis dynamics were impressive

Though it was more expensive than many in its class at the time, the Peugeot 206 rode like a quality car and its chassis dynamics were impressive, so many keen drivers were willing to pay more.

In Europe the Peugeot 206 is used by many as a family car so has good space efficiency. Though it’s mainly aimed at suburban drivers in Australia the 206 can certainly be used as a long distance cruiser thanks to compliant suspension that deals with rough and ready bush roads downunder.

The styling of the baby Peugeot broke interesting new ground, with bold curves and sweeping angles. So successful was the shape of the little car that the designers eventually carried the styling theme to the rest of the Peugeot range. Interestingly, the designers of other marques picked up on the theme and the first decade of the 21st century saw the theme carried far and wide.

Peugeot 206’s interior has been designed to provide a variety of passenger/luggage combinations by folding different seats as required. Most are hatchbacks with either three or five doors.

There’s a sports model in the Peugeot 206 GTi, and an even quicker 206 GTi180. These not only have plenty of engine grunt, but also sports seats, 15-inch alloy wheels, firmer suspension and ABS brakes. The GTi variants cost a fair bit more, but offer decent value for money for the driving enthusiast.

The Peugeot 206CC (CC for Convertible-Coupe) was one of the earlier cars to use a solid metal roof that can turn it into a convertible at the push of a button.

Engines in the Peugeot 206 begin with a 1.4-litre unit, only sold from March 2002 and used in the lower cost variants. The 1.4 has better performance than you might expect in a car of this size, but try it for yourself, preferably with a reasonable number of people on board. Far more common is a 1.6-litre engine installed in cars from the original 1999 imports onwards.

A 2.0-litre unit, which is a very large powerplant for a car of this size and light weight, is sold in the sports GTi. That model comes in several formats; most have 100 kW or 102 kW power outputs but the GTi180 punches out a very healthy 134 kW, or 180 horsepower — hence the car’s title.

Though the engine capacity in the 180 horsepower unit remains at the same 2.0 litres as on the standard 206 GTi, the 180 has variable valve timing, a twin exhaust system and quite a few detailed changes to increase efficiency. The result is a zero to 100 km/h time of a respectable seven seconds, excellent for its time.

The 2.0-litre engine is also offered in some versions of the 206CC convertible, but only in its lower-powered format. The added weight of the adaptable roof also takes the edge of the car’s performance.

Most models in the Peugeot 206 range have a five-speed manual transmission as standard, with an optional four-speed automatic. From the March 2004 model update the automatic came with tiptronic-type overrides. Peugeot 206 GTi and GTi180 (thankfully) come only with the five-speed manual.

Peugeot is long established in Australia and has a strong dealer network. There’s solid representation in some country areas, not just in the major metropolitan zones. Servicing costs and spare parts prices are generally reasonable and we seldom hear of any real problems with parts availability.

Insurance costs tend to sit midway up the charts of most companies. The hot 206 GTi and GTi180 attract higher premiums than the standard ones, make enquiries before you buy as there can be quite a slug on new and/or inexperienced drivers. All the more so if you’re in what insurance companies call high-risk areas.

What to look for

Make sure to arrange a full inspection as Peugeots of this period don’t have the build quality of Japanese cars.

Check that the roof mechanism on a 206CC works smoothly and that there are no unexpected noises during its operation. During the test drive be sure there are no wind noises from the roof when it’s closed. Full replacement of the roof can cost many thousands of dollars.

Look for severe tyre wear on a GTi and also for a lot of dust buildup on the wheels. Check for the dust behind the wheels as a smart seller will have cleaned the obviously visible areas at the front.

Engines are generally smooth so be suspicious of one that’s on the rocky side, particularly when first started from cold. Manual gearboxes should be reasonably light and easy in their movements. On that’s stiff or noisy should be treated with suspicion. Third-to-second gear changes are usually the first to suffer, so try some fast changes to test it.

Automatics aren’t the smoothest around, if you’re unsure on the unit you’re testing it makes sense to call a professional. Check the complete interior, paying special attention to the condition of the seats as they don’t always stand up to the rigours of rough treatment by bored kids.

Car buying tip

Model for model, spare parts for Australian-built cars are generally lower priced than those for imports.

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