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Peugeot present the 307 XSi HDi 136 5dr Hatchback with 6 Speed Manual Gearbox, Front (FWD) running on Diesel

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Good

great looks, fuel economy and performance

had lots of problems especially with the electric...

I had this car from new but did not buy it myself as it was a company car and rented from Peugeot. It was a 52 (October 2002) registration and I had it the full 3 years of the lease and I was the main driver with my partner driving it occasionally. This review is based on the fact that I did 20...

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Excellent

“The Drive Of Your Life!”

published 21/10/2006

Economy, Power, Handling, Safety, Looks, Interior

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Having read ALL of the reviews on the 307 HDi listed here, i think it's time to add my own! Where do i start describing what it is to own & drive one of these fantastic motors! I have a 2001 China Blue 307 2.0Hdi GLX (140bhp < more on this below). Purchased @ 72k miles with full peugeot history...

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Super

“beware of clutch”

published 20/03/2006

easy driving, fuel economy, quiet engine

clutch, minor problems

I bought this car (110bhp) in 2003. There seems to be a clutch problem for 307 diesels manufactured this year and perhaps in previous years. My clutch (dual mass flywheel) disintegrated at around 28 000 miles. Peugeot replaced the whole clutch kit under warrantee. Another Peugeot dealer told me...

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Super

“Brilliant car”

published 18/08/2002

Lovely interior & responsive engine with good econ...

Boot a little small.

I have just test driven the 5 door version of this car (the Rapier model). I want to have a diesel car and I have test driven this car as well as the Citroen Xsara (although the Xsara was 90 bhp as opposed to 110 bhp in the Peugeot.) The Citroen Xsara is currently on offer (along with the Saxo...

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Super

Safety, frugal, sporty looking

Can feel heavy, long A pillars, annoying interior ...

I bought an 03 Peugeot 307 S in Aegean Blue for £13,600 brand new, it had the 2.0 HDi 90 engine. What went wrong: On the first day my indicator stalk wouldn't reset to its normal position. I phoned the next day to book it in and then when I went up there on the Wednesday they hadn't even ordered...

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“Comfortable and Quiet.”

published 13/11/2002

Nice and quiet. Smooth. Great gearchange action.

Over sensitive brakes.

I get criticised a lot for not giving specs about the products I review. If you want specs, go read up on the car in one of the many magazines, or even the manufacturers web site. This is about what it is like to actually drive the 307, over an extended period, not about the specs. That said, my...

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Not for me

Roomy

Electrical problem

I have mixed feelings about the 307. I bought a 2 year old 5 door HDi hatch with 30K on the clock from a reputable dealer. We liked the car (and still do) because there is very good space in the back for passengers and the boot is huge. In terms of interior space it's the biggest thing out there...

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Not for me

Roomy

Expensive when goes wrong

Hi all, I have an '02 plate Peugeot 307 110 HDI with 48,000 miles on the clock. We are the second owners of the vehicle which has always been serviced at the main dealers. I took my car in last week as it was squeaking and guess what? - Thats right the flywheel is on its way out. The cost of a...

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“lush car”

published 06/06/2009

strong, reliable car

not as fast as the 110 version ;-)

I had a little 206 which I loved and drove into the ground, it got to 250,000 miles and it was time for a change, I wanted to stick with Peugeot as they had served me well, I needed a car that would deal with the daily 135 mile round trip to work and back, something that had a bit of kick but not...

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Satisfactory

good interior space, comfy seats

everything else

Where do i start?? Bought the car in dec 2005 from a local dealer. Test drove the car and it seemed to have good spec for the money and I needed a diesel due to work commitments. At first the car was a joy to drive and loved the way the car looked(black and riding on 17s). 1 month on and the...

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Super

Comfortable, fun to drive, cheap & reliable

Mileage, economy & performance

Now don't get me wrong I absolutely love this car, I bought it after having one as a courtesy car for a few weeks. BACKGROUND: I was actually looking to trade my 4 year old 306 in for a C-Class Merc CDi, but then was leant this car by my dealer whilst some work was done on my car. Within 2 weeks...

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Not for me

“307 SW 2.0 HDI”

published 03/11/2004

Lots of toys, the SW version I have has a nice sun...

economy, falling to bits

The 307SW seemed like the perfect rep car combined with weekend kite buggy vehicle. I am a shallow person and the things that attracted me to the 307SW were as follows: loverly big glass roof ( handy as you can watch the clouds whilst waiting for the RAC to tow you back to the dealer) Kick ass...

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Satisfactory

“307?? Don't do it!!”

published 10/03/2005

Can't really think of any.

Very low visability and very hard to judge.

It's actually my sister who owns a 307. She had only had it a few months and she was constantly moaning about it and seeing as she's already had two or three Peugeot's before so I thought that it was a bit strange. So eventually I decided to try it for myself and get the chance to form my own...

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Super

“Pug 307 HDI”

published 17/04/2003

Fantastic chassis & brakes

interior trim & electrics

I recieved one of these as a company car & my first impression was that its a really nice looking car. The 2.0HDi diesel engine is quiet & fairly powerful but is slightly held up by the notchy gearchange. The brakes are really strong & as expected,the chassis is really good down a twisty road...

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“Mr Panesar”

published 26/07/2008

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I bought a 307 hdi about six weeks ago. The Flywheel now needs replacing but the dealer that i bought the car from won't pay for the work to be carried out even though i have a three month warranty with them! Their own garage say that it needs replacing but still they won't carry out the work. I...

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