Peugeot Car Engines, 206 engine, 207, 307, MPV

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Peugeot is a major French car brand, part of PSA Peugeot Citroƫn. It is the second largest automaker in Europe. Used, reconditioned or secondhand their car engines are offered through

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Peugeot – World leaders in direct-injection diesel technology engines

The success of the HDi engine, which is now fitted on more than eight million vehicles. These engines provide:

– fuel consumption 20% lower than a prechamber diesel engine, resulting in an equivalent reduction in CO2 emissions;
– enhanced driveability thanks to the torque available at low engine speed, with noise and vibration levels comparable to those of a petrol engine;
– excellent environmental performance thanks to the precise combustion control of common-rail technology and efficient pollution control systems.

Find more information on some Peugeot Models here:
Peugeot Expert Engine
Peugeot 206 Engine
Peugeot 306 Engine
Peugeot 406 Engine
Peugeot Boxer Engine

In 2000, HDi was combined with a new pollution control system, diesel particulate filter system, which destroys all diesel particles – whatever their size – and reduces emissions to barely measurable levels (0.004 g/km). In a world first, the DPFS was introduced on the Peugeot 607. It is now widely available across both the Peugeot and CitroĆ«n ranges, and is fitted on almost 1.5 million vehicles.
PSA Peugeot Citroƫn is European leader for its efforts to cut emissions of carbon dioxide. More than 30% of Group vehicles emit less than 120 grams of CO2 per km. This figure even rises to 60% for vehicles emitting less than 110 g of CO2 per km.

Petrol engines – a new generation

Tremendous advances were made in pollution control for petrol engines during the 1990s. From 1992, all new European passenger cars had to be fitted with catalytic converters. This brought a spectacular 90% reduction in emissions of the main pollutants: carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen oxides (NOx) and unburned hydrocarbons (HC). The majority of cars on the road in Europe today are equipped with these systems, and urban air quality has improved as a result.
Since 2004, cooperation between PSA Peugeot Citroƫn and BMW Cooperation has brought further progress in petrol engine design, resulting in improved performance and pollution control. For example, the new 1.6l engines developed through this cooperation feature the latest technology in terms of architecture, fuel supply and injection. The result: improved driving pleasure, fuel consumption cut by up to 10% and CO2 emissions reduced by almost 15 %.

Hybrid diesel engines from 2010
In early 2006, PSA Peugeot CitroĆ«n presented two demonstration vehicles, each one fitted with a hybrid diesel-electric drivetrain, the 307 and C4 hybrid HDi.
The performance of these vehicles marks a significant breakthrough in terms of fuel economy and CO2 emissions. These results go hand-in-hand with improved driveability during all driving phases and particularly in urban use. Average consumption is 3.4l of diesel per 100 km for CO2 emissions of 90 grams per km. PSA Peugeot Citroƫn plans to bring hybrid HDi vehicles to market from 2010.

Peugeot has produced three winners of the European Car Of The Year award.

1969: Peugeot 504
1988: Peugeot 405
2002: Peugeot 307

Other Peugeot models have come either second or third in the contest.
1980: Peugeot 505
1984: Peugeot 205
1996: Peugeot 406
1999: Peugeot 206

Todays models include 107, 1007, 206, 207, 307, 407, 607, MPV’s are Partner, Teppee, 807, Vans are the Boxer and Expert.

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Carl Wilson

You won't believe it, I'm native Scotsman. Enthusiast. Car lovers. Almost finished rebuilding my Reliant Saber šŸ”„


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