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Peugeot 407 Coupe (04 - 11) review

(2004 - 2011)
Peugeot 407 Coupe (04 - 11)
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Which used Peugeot 407 coupe should I buy?

Sometimes, less is more, which is why our pick of the range is the 2.2-litre 163bhp petrol - it posts a 0-60mph time of 9.2sec and runs on to 138mph. Track down a low-mileage example at a Peugeot dealer, but in SE trim, not S, and this will give you leather upholstery, electric seats and a multi-disc CD-player.

All models get curtain airbags, air-con and electric windows. Top-spec trim is GT, but this only comes on the 211bhp V6 petrol and the 205bhp V6 turbodiesel.

The petrol V6 came with a six-speed manual gearbox while an automatic cost another £1000 when new. The six-speed auto is fitted as standard to the diesel car and, although their power delivery and the noise they make are quite different, there is little to split the diesel and the petrol when it comes to performance.

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Which used Peugeot 407 coupe should I buy?

Sometimes, less is more, which is why our pick of the range is the 2.2-litre 163bhp petrol - it posts a 0-60mph time of 9.2sec and runs on to 138mph. Track down a low-mileage example at a Peugeot dealer, but in SE trim, not S, and this will give you leather upholstery, electric seats and a multi-disc CD-player.

All models get curtain airbags, air-con and electric windows. Top-spec trim is GT, but this only comes on the 211bhp V6 petrol and the 205bhp V6 turbodiesel.

The petrol V6 came with a six-speed manual gearbox while an automatic cost another £1000 when new. The six-speed auto is fitted as standard to the diesel car and, although their power delivery and the noise they make are quite different, there is little to split the diesel and the petrol when it comes to performance.

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