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Peugeot 807 MPV (02 - 11) review

(2002 - 2011)
Peugeot 807 MPV (02 - 11)
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What should I look for in a used Peugeot 807 MPV?

The engine's electronic brain (the ECU) can go haywire and cause misfires, rough running or no running at all, so ignore any car with any of those symptoms. It isn't a common problem, but it could be costly to fix if the car is outside Peugeot's three-year/60,000-mile warranty.

Generally, though, the engines are trouble-free, so long as they have been serviced on time.

The electric sliding doors are great, but there have been reports of problems on some. Mostly, the fault is an electrical one.

The cabin trim can mark easily and is prone to damage, so inspect the interior closely for any signs of damage or missing items of trim. While you're at it, ensure all electrical items work properly, particularly the windows and sunroofs.

Watch for uneven tyre wear, which could indicate suspension trouble (not unheard of). Be especially vigilant on cars with 15-inch wheels, which can suffer premature tyre wear.

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