I have had an ongoing problem with my car, which has still not been resolved since being reported in November 2011. This relates to an intermittent fault, which other reviewers have pointed out. I reported this to Peugeot while the car was still under warranty, and they agreed in writing to honour the cost of any repairs relating to this issue, even after the warranty had expired. While driving there is a sudden bleeping sound, causing the temporary loss of power and engine cutting out, and a warning sign appears on the display stating "ANTI POLLUTION FAULTY". Garage has examined this issue three times, but could not identify any fault and instructed me to return when it re-occurred to undertake a diagnostic test. Eventually this revealed one of three faults relating to the fuel pump sensor, but said they were unable to proceed with any repair work until receiving authorisation from Peugeot Head Office. I did so and then received a phone call back, advising they would not cover the cost of any repair work relating to this fault, and were only willing to cover the cost of a further required diagnostic test as a "goodwill gesture". Only after several weeks did I receive an e-mail from Peugeot, stating they would honour their original agreement, but ultimately nothing could be done until the dealer could diagnose a fault. All of this constitutes gross negligence and poor customer service. I have been going round in circles, and will never buy another Peugeot.
Fraser Robertson, North Lanarkshire, December 3rd 2012