The brakes went wrong on the front of the car, I fixed it myself.
For a diesel, this car was very cheap to run, was very reliable and powerful. I had a 16ft Avondale mayfair and this pulled it like it was nothing.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 26th December, 2003
1995 Peugeot 306 XN 1.4 petrol
Terrible car which is a pity, because it looks quite nice
Coolant leak at 45000km.
Axle stabilisers broken at 50000km.
Unreliable brake system, front brake-callipers appear to jam when the brake discs have warmed up - resulting in continuous squeaking discs when driving!
Driver's seat covering is slowly coming off.
Coolant leak at 85000km.
Odometer failed at 85000km.
Rubber axle-sleeves burst at 10500km.
Electric sun-roof fails to close properly in hot weather.
Headlight adjustment motor fails to work properly in cold weather.
Starting problems in damp weather.
This is my first and last Peugeot!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 7th September, 2001
20th Sep 2001, 04:13
I forgot to mention that the rear brake cylinders needed replacement at 105000KM and the coolant heating line tube burst at 120000KM (original replacement tube very expensive - approx. £90 for part alone!)
Average review marks: 5.7 / 10, based on 2 reviews