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Peugeot 806 MPV (95 - 03) review

(1995 - 2003)
Peugeot 806 MPV (95 - 03)
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What's the used Peugeot 806 MPV like?

Aside from the badge on the nose, the Peugeot 806 is, essentially, the same car as the Citroen Synergie. Six-, seven- and eight-seat versions are available, and you get twin sliding rear doors to ease access in tight parking spots.

The 806 also gives owners a massive 3283 litres of luggage space with the second row of seats folded forward and the third row removed. However, there's little room for luggage when you're carrying a full complement of people, so be prepared to travel light on family trips.

The rear seats are very heavy to lift out, while the interior can suffer from rattles and creaks. The dash-mounted gearlever is awkward, too, but at least the swithchgear is logical and simple to use.

As for the drive, the ride is supple and the 806 is a quiet car to travel in. But, if you want something to drive just for the hell of it, you'll be disappointed you're not in a Ford Galaxy and Volkswagen Sharan.